IPL 2020: Who Is The Enemy Kieron Pollard Is Talking About?

 - Sakshi Post

 

The final league game of Indian Premier League (IPL) happened against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Mumbai Indians (MI). It’s known that SRH crashed the defending champions (MI) by 10 wickets. This was the biggest loss of the season as the bowling unit failed to get a single wicket.

After the match, the Caribbean star Kieron Pollard, the vice-Captain of Mumbai shared a cryptic message on social media and the message is making people wonder to who he is pointing at. “I’d rather have an enemy who admits they hate me, instead of a friend who secretly puts me down,” states Pollard’s post shared on Instagram. The all-rounder also shared it on Twitter.

Here is the Caribbean star's post:

Fans and some users of social media are trying to dig deep into the message. Some users are talking about SRH’s Jason holder as he has taken over the captaincy charge of West Indies in the limited-overs format. While some suggested that he is pointing at Rohit Sharma, who just returned to the last game after missing four games due to hamstring injury.

"Don't play playoffs, Polly. MI is nothing without you. Then only Rohit will understand." wrote a Twitter user.

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