Former England captain Kevin Pietersen on Tuesday became the first overseas player to give the MAK Pataudi Memorial Lecture.
England, are at top of the ICC ODI rankings. But their recent form in Test cricket has raised several questions regarding their direction in the longest format.
BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary questions decision to invite Kevin Pietersen to deliver the MAK Pataudi lecture.
Amitabh Choudhary wanted a Tiger Pataudi contemporary like Nari Contractor, Chandu Borde, Erapalli Prasanna or Abbas Ali Baig to do the honours.
Australian Cricket Team are embroiled in controversy following admission of ball-tampering charges during the third Test against South Africa. While some fans outrage, it hasn’t stopped some from poking fun at the ‘blatant cheating’.
Kevin Pietersen began his career after donning the English ODI jersey back in 2004 against Zimbabwe in Harare. He scored an unbeaten 27 on his debut.
Former England skipper Kevin Pietersen reckons future of Test cricket is in limbo with the number of teams likely to drop to five from current ten member nations.
Kevin Pietersen confirmed on Saturday that he will not be returning to Australia for another BBL season.
Kevin Pietersen questioned Alastair Cook’s interest in the ongoing Ashes series after opener’s poor show in first two Tests.
Kevin Pietersen has revealed that the upcoming season of Big Bash League (BBL) could be his last appearance in the game of cricket.
Following Surrey’s loss in a high scoring quarterfinal, Pietersen posted a tweet saying,”Surrey’s loss last night means the end of career in England. What an amazing journey! Thank you, Notts, Hants, Surrey, ECB & supporters!”
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.