Kevin Pietersen said, “England did me a favour in sacking me in 2014 because it has helped me with my relationship with my kids no end. I didn’t want to be a lousy dad. There have been hurdles. I was under the microscope.”
Kevin Pietersen returned to English cricket by scoring a steady quick-fire fifty in the T20 Blast. In his innings of 52 from 35 balls, he hit five sixes
Chris Gayle, Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen were a part of the same team after the three cricketers were included in Piers Morgan’s Family XI to play against Newick Cricket Club. Morgan’s side rode on a match-winning effort from Flintoff who scored 69 runs off 26 deliveries.
Chris Gayle, Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen will be a part of same team after the three cricketers were included in Piers Morgan’s Family XI to play against Newick Cricket Club on Sunday.
Kevin Pietersen, who has been selected as one of the eight International marquee players for the upcoming T20 Global League in South Africa, said that he was lucky to play in tournaments where he can produce at the big stage.
Ben Stokes will not be available for the playoffs as he has to join the national team ahead of their bilateral ODI series against South Africa.
Kevin Pietersen would be 37 in 2018, but if his words are any indication, it is clear that he hasn’t yet given up on making a return to the top-flight.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has done his bit to redefine limited overs batting with his “Helicopter Shot”.
Kevin Pietersen tweeted after his team Quetta Gladiators lost to Islamabad United in the PSL final.
Kevin Pietersen recognizes his international career is probably over and he is instead focused on Twenty20.
Kevin Pietersen will be available for the Dolphins for around two weeks during the ‘Ram Slam.’
Kevin Pietersen hit a cracking 158 at a strike rate of 84 to dash all Australian hopes in the 2005 Ashes.
Kevin Pietersen is busy playing the Caribbean Premier League in West Indies.
The current video shows that the drone hitting bravado of Gayle was actually a farce.
The Caribbean Premier League starts on June 20 and is scheduled to end on July 26.