Kevin Pietersen

Former English cricketer Kevin Petersen during the launch of a new showroom of Hublot Watches, in Mumbai.

PTI Photo/Shashank Parade

Kevin Pietersen

Illustration by Sorit

England’s Kevin Pietersen during a visit to Mcleodganj, near Dharamshala.

PTI Photo

England cricketer Kevin Pietersen prepares to wear a T-shirt with Magic Bus logo during a visit to the Magic Bus project in Mumbai. Magic Bus, is a London-based Indian sports charity designed to promote education and improving life skills for children.

AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade

Gurgaon : Cricketer Yuvraj Singh poses with England cricket player Kevin Pietersen in Gurgaon. (Courtesy Kevin's twitter page)

PTI Photo

Bowler Umesh Yadav celebrates with Suresh Raina the wicket of England batsman K Pietersen during their second ODI cricket in New Delhi.

PTI Photo | Vijay Verma

Parthiv Patel attempts to catch the ball hit by England's Kevin Pietersen during their second ODI cricket match in New Delhi.

PTI Photo | Aman Sharma

Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, bottom, celebrates after taking the wicket of England's Kevin Pietersen for 29 on the first day of their cricket test match at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, Nottingham, England. The test will is the second of a four test series with England leading 1-0 after one match following their 196 run win at Lords.


England's Kevin Pietersen, celebrates reaching 100 not out against India, during the second day of the first Test at Lord's Cricket ground in London. He went on to score an unbeaten double century.

AP Photo/Alastair Grant

England's Kevin Pietersen, shakes hands with India's Praveen Kumar,,during the second day of the first Test at Lord's Cricket ground in London. Pietersen made an unbeaten 202 runs and Kumar took 5 wickets in the England first innings.

AP Photo/Alastair Grant

Kevin Pietersen England; Strike rate 86.68 Time to deliver in the Cup for England’s go-to man

Reuters (From Outlook, February 21, 2011)

Royal Challengers Bangalore's Kevin Pietersen celebrates his team's victory over Kings XI Punjab during their IPL-3 match in Mohali. Pietersen (66 not out) got three lives before notching up his maiden IPL half century and helping Royal Challengers Bangalore score a comprehensive six-wicket victory over Kings XI Punjab.

PTI Photo/Aman Sharma

Bangalore Royal Challengers Kevin Pietersen and Rahul Dravid celebrate the wicket of Chennai Superkings Parthiv Patel. Bangalore Royal Challengers gave away too many boundaries for their comfort with the run rate rising more than 10 and CSK reaching 106 for no loss after 10 overs with the help of 11 fours and three sixes. Rahul Dravid (20), who hit an unbeaten 66 in last match, could not repeat his act today and was the last man out.

PTI Photo