Kevin Pietersen Says England Players Can “Play IPL, If They Stand Together” | Cricket News

Kevin Pietersen Tweets In Hindi, Stands In Solidarity With Covid-Ravaged India


Kevin Pietersen was a part of the commentary crew throughout IPL 2021.© BCCI/IPL




Former England captain Kevin Pietersen reckons that if England’s star gamers stand collectively, they are going to take part in the remainder of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 at any time when it’s rescheduled. Soon after the 14th version of the IPL was postponed indefinitely, experiences emerged that England gamers may not play within the remaining a part of the T20 match as a result of their packed worldwide schedule. Pietersen took to Twitter on Wednesday and mentioned that when he went up towards England (and performed within the IPL) he was alone however this time, it’s England’s finest branded gamers all collectively and in the event that they stand collectively, they will play within the profitable league. 

“It’s going to be v interesting to watch how the ECB handle this issue around not allowing it’s best players to play IPL, if it’s rescheduled. When I went up against ENG, I was alone. This time, it’s all their best branded players! If they stand together, they’ll play IPL,” Pietersen tweeted. 

On Tuesday, Pietersen posted a tweet in Hindi to express solidarity with India through the lethal second wave of COVID-19 that has ravaged the nation. 

Pietersen was related to the official broadcasters of the IPL as a commentator earlier than the match needed to indefinitely postponed as a result of a number of constructive Covid circumstances throughout the crew bio-bubbles. 

Two Kolkata Knight Riders gamers and one every from Delhi Capitals and SunRisers Hyderabad examined constructive for COVID-19 in successive days which pressured the BCCI and IPL Governing Council to postpone the T20 tournament with fast impact. 

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It remains to be unclear whether or not the BCCI will have the ability to discover a window to finish the truncated season. 

The BCCI president and former India captain Sourav Ganguly has already mentioned that India will not host the remaining a part of IPL 2021 as a result of “organisational hazards” like 14-day quarantine amongst others. 

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