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Kevin Pietersen Biography & Latest News

Kevin Pietersen Biography

Kevin Peter Pietersen is a South African-born English cricketer who is a right-handed batsman and occasional off-spin bowler and plays for England, Surrey and the Delhi Daredevils. He made his first-class debut for Natal in 1997 before moving to England. After serving a qualifying period of four years playing at county level, he was called up almost immediately into the national side. He made his international debut in the one-day international match against Zimbabwe in 2004 and his Test match debut in the 2005 Ashes series against Australia the following year. He was captain of the England Test and ODI teams from 4 August 2008 to 7 January 2009 but resigned after just three Tests and nine ODIs, following a dispute with England coach Peter Moores. On 24 August 2012, ESPN STAR Sports confirmed that Kevin Pietersen will join their commentary team for presentation and analysis during the ICC World T20 tournament in Sri Lanka. On October 18 2012, England's selectors added him to the Test squad as its 17th member for the forthcoming tour of India. Kevin Pietersen became the fastest batsman to reach both 1,000 and 2,000 runs in one-day international cricket. He has the second-highest run total from his first 25 Tests and was the fastest player, in terms of days, to reach 4,000, 5,000 and 7,000 Test runs. In July 2008, after a century against South Africa, The Times called him "the most complete batsman in cricket".

Kevin Pietersen Latest News & Articles

India vs England 2016: The 5 most memorable Test matches at Wankhede, Mumbai

As India and England gear up for the 4th Test of the series, we take a look at the 5 most memorable Test matches played at Wankhede, Mumbai

Monotonous England and the rhythms of India - England in India 2016

England's tour of India - Midway look back!

England's Ashes 2005 winning team: Where are they now?

A look at the whereabouts of England's players from their memorable Ashes series against Australia in 2005.

Kevin Pietersen praises Andrew Strauss for the development of English cricket

The flamboyant player also spoke about the development made under Andrew Strauss.

SK Social Round-up: November 28th

Find out what your favourite cricketers said or did last week on social media.

Watch: Kevin Pietersen trolls Australian wicketkeeper Matthew Wade on air

A sledge that was supposed to be intimidating to the batsman, turned into one that got the Australian keeper trolled on commentary.

Kevin Pietersen engages in Twitter banter with Piers Morgan about his England credentials

Kevin Pietersen continues to dominate the headlines even when he is nowhere near a cricket ground.

Shane Warne, Kevin Pietersen, Michael Slater caught not wearing seat-belts in moving car

Ian Healy and Mark Taylor were also present in the car along with a driver

India vs England 2016: Allan Lamb backs Virat Kohli's team to win the series 3-1

Former England batsman believes India's superior spin attack gives them the upper hand.

Newspaper's match-fixing goof-up leaves Kevin Pietersen red-faced

Kevin Pietersen was the unlikely target of the match-fixing allegations on his South African namesake Alviro Petersen.

Cricketers react to Donald Trump's victory in the US Presidential polls

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Hemang Speaks: England have to merge the methods of Bell and Pietersen to succeed

My take on the resumption of the India-England rivalry, a duel reconstructed on a battlefield.

Not taking the England team for "granted", says Virat Kohli

The first of the 5-match Test series begins in Rajkot on Wednesday.

Recalling all England tours to India

England undoubtedly can't be classified as pushovers on Indian soil, given their past record.

Kevin Pietersen slams 'not good enough' Dale Steyn for his wayward Perth spell

Cricketer-turned-commentator lashes out at South African pacer for his wayward spell against Australia.
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