Kevin Pietersen


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Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

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Pietersen was born in South Africa but due to his mother's English heritage qualified to play for England.


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin







One of the world’s most talked about cricketers, South-African born Kevin Pietersen had a distinguished career with the England squad over a golden period. 

A vital member of the 2005 Ashes win and again in 2010-11, the aggressive top-order batsman sits atop the all-time T20I runs scorers for England whilst being in the top-five for Tests and ODIs. 

Known for his class in the middle, he can just as easily whip a ball over cow corner than plant his foot and sent it over the bowler’s head. 

After a forgettable 2013-14 Ashes series, Pietersen was stood down from national duties and started playing Twenty20 cricket exclusively. 

With more than 3,000 runs at an average of 32.44 and a strike rate of 132.67 in Twenty20 Cricket – KP is an exciting addition to the BBL and Melbourne Stars.

Pietersen returned to county cricket in 2015 in an attempt to reignite his international career, but failed to regain favour with the ECB despite scoring an unbeaten 355 for Surrey.

Injured Pietersen hobbles out of IPL

Kevin Pietersen had to retire hurt after one ball of his innings in the Rising Pune Supergiants defeat to Royal Challengers Bangalore with what appeared to be a calf injury

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Highlights: Sydney Thunder win first BBL title

Sydney Thunder have completed their fairytale rise from KFC BBL also-rans to champions with a tense three-wicket win against Melbourne Stars at the MCG

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KP lights up BBL|05 final with brilliant knock

Melborne Stars batsman Kevin Pietersen stamps his authority on the BBL|05 Final with a sensational 74 from only 39 balls

Morgan's decision 'very courageous': KP

Pietersen has labelled his former skipper's withdrawal from England's Bangladesh tour as a brave one

Morgan opens up on Bangladesh fears

England's limited-overs captain may not tour Bangladesh and Kevin Pietersen has warned him it could spell the end of his international career

Pakistan plan to bring Super League home

PSL chief hopes to stage final in Lahore pending agreements with international stars