After India have created a world record by winning 11 consecutive home Test series, many have congratulated and appreciated the no.1-ranked Test side. The top Indian cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle has claimed that it shows how toughest to play Test series against
Bouncers have taken centre stage in the ongoing Ashes 2019. Recently, the English County cricket has observed very uniquely handling the short-pitched delivery. Former English cricketer Kevin Pietersen shared that video and adviced the Aussie batsmen to handle the lethal Jofra Archer
With Cricket South Africa (CSA) settling for the dynamic changes, the board has released Ottis Gibson, whose term will expire in September, former England batsman Kevin Pietersen concedes that veteran wicketkeeper-batsman Mark Boucher is the man to look at in the crisis.
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has predicted a final between India and England. The former swashbuckling batsman believes the hosts England will whack their arch-rivals Australia in the semifinal. India will play New Zealand in the first semifinal whereas England will take
Twitter has always been a medium for celebrities to express their opinion out. The latest to come on the platform is Yuvraj Singh, who expressed his congratulations for the Indian vice-captain Rohit Sharma for his fantastic hundred, Meanwhile, Kevin Pietersen tried to
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen sees a lot of substance in the 28-year-old Team India all-rounder, Vijay Shankar. Pietersen believes he would go a long way to deliver. In the ongoing ICC World Cup, Shankar has featured in three games so far.
Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen is a fan favorite across the world. The way he batted throughout his career, helped him garner fans from even opposition countries. However, after England’s win against Afghanistan, Pietersen on air, said ‘give em the cup’. View
On June 13, Thursday, the 18th match of the premier event of cricket is abandoned due to rain. Thus, with this, four matches got disrupted because of the unpredicted English weather. The match was to be played at the Trent Bridge, Nottingham
After former Pakistan speedster, Shoaib Akhtar has blamed young opener Imam-ul-Haq’s slow innings for being the main reason to Men in Green’s loss against Australia at the County Cricket Ground in Taunton. However, veteran English batsman Kevin Pietersen reminds the Rawalpindi Express
The Indian National Cricket Team took a major blow in the form of Shikhar Dhawan, who has been ruled out of the tournament. He would take at least 3 weeks of time to pick his willow again for the team. Meanwhile, Kevin