Kevin Pietersen’s autobiography could open a new chapter in cricketing tell-alls.
Indian bowlers struggled even under favourable conditions on a rain-hit third day.
The furore started after McCullum’s statement to ICC’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) was leaked.
Capable of touching 150kmph, Mitchell Johnson can roll over any batting line-up on any surface but with just seven wickets and an economy rate of 7.71, Johnson is not at his best.
If ever a team needs a turn around in fortunes, it is the Kevin Pietersen-led Delhi Daredevils.
The Delhi skipper also praised Hyderabad openers Quinton de Kock and Murali Vijay, who added 99 runs.
Pietersen has recovered from his finger injury and is expected to play against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Friday.
Even though he has not been able to play, Pietersen said he has tried to keep the team motivated in the dugout.
Moores succeeds Zimbabwean Andy Flower who stepped down after five years in charge following the whitewash Down Under.
During a conversation with a select audience, KP recalled some of his gritty Test knocks in grim situation.
Pietersen had sustained an injury on his right hand little finger during fielding drills with Surrey.
Former England star says ‘text scandal’ biggest regret of career.
Dhoni behind the stumps, Gayle, Warner are openers, Anderson only English in the list.
Pietersen can be relied upon to light up cricket grounds and television screens around the country in his inimitable style.
Pietersen will be in conversation with The Indian Express Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta on Tuesday.