West Indies giant Kieron Pollard says getting to 300 wickets in Twenty20 cricket will remain special after he got Indian Premier League champions back to winning ways. Pollard took two key wickets and hit an unbeaten 15 off seven balls as Mumbai beat Punjab Kings by six wickets on Tuesday to revive their title defence. The 1.96 metre (6ft 5ins) all-rounder became the first player in history to achieve 300 wickets and 10,000 runs in T20 and said it should be an \u201cimportant\u201d boost for bowlers. \u201cBowlers are a bit underrated,\u201d Pollard said on hitting the landmark with his medium-pace bowling. \u201cFor me you are just supposed to do what the team requires. As an individual, I know what I can do in all the facets of the game, and whenever I get the opportunity just try to do my best.\u201d The West Indies limited overs captain sent back big-hitting T20 teammate Chris Gayle and then made Punjab captain K.L. Rahul 300th victim. \u201cFor me to get these wickets, I\u2019ll take it each and every time\u201d. He added, \u201cI honestly admit don\u2019t have pace, I don\u2019t have spin, I don\u2019t have swing, but I have a little bit of brain and I just try to use it to the best.\u201d The 34-year-old has won five titles with Mumbai since he joined them in 2010. He is determined to keep playing and show his worth. \u201cAge is catching up with me because (there are) young guys in the dressing room, so I have to continue to show them that, \u2018listen, I still got it\u2019,\u201d he said. \u201cSo most of the time, it\u2019s just to show these young guys what I can do.\u201d Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma praised his middle order rock. \u201cGive him the ball, give him the bat, he\u2019s ready to do the job,\u201d said Sharma. \u201cThose two wickets were crucial. He\u2019ll be happy getting the Man of the Match for his bowling performance.\u201d Mumbai are fifth in the eight-team table and next play Delhi Capitals on Saturday.