I remember one during an IPL match while he captained RR against MI. Watson was caught at long-on off Pragyan Ojha, and Pollard, after taking the catch, ran all the way towards the batsman, who was walking back towards the pavilion, and celebrated wildly. Dravid was livid with Pollard for his exaggarated send-off, terming it as "an act of cowardice". â Also he was unhappy with the way umpires Sudhir Asnani and Asad Rauf handled things in the middle as the Mumbai Indians fielders got into war of words with Watson and his other Rajasthan batsmen.
It was a tense situation and the umpires did their best to diffuse it. Watson was very happy to have his two wickets in the second innings against Mumbai Indians. Tarn Marc hand/Getty Images Pollard was also furious with the MI bowlers. David: “He bowled four in an over in the first innings and one on the second day. We are not complaining that he is a good enough bowler to take four for three. So when he says he is not good enough, we are not happy about that at all. “He said if I had to go, he would take five for three. “I was very glad I was given the opportunity to go. It was not an easy match against MI [Bangalore]. They have a good team. I feel MI's bowling was a little off in the first innings, but I think I played well enough. It is.