'I think all my cover drives went through mid-wicket' - Kevin Pietersen reacts to Virat Kohli's cover drive tweet

‘I think all my cover drives went through mid-wicket’ – Kevin Pietersen reacts to Virat Kohli’s cover drive tweet

Kevin Pietersen is quite frank about his opinion on social media platforms.

Kevin Pietersen and Virat Kohli
Kevin Pietersen and Virat Kohli. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Kevin Pietersen, the former England cricketer called his time off from international cricket and has become an active figure on the social media platforms. He always comes up with his opinion on different matters. And, this time the former player has come up with a hilarious comment on Indian skipper’s recent Twitter activity pointing on his skills.

Virat Kohli is one of the high-profile batsman in world cricket and is compared with the former cricket greats like Sir Viv Richards and Sachin Tendulkar on many occasions. He is just 30-year-old and has already scored 7066 runs in Tests and 11,520 runs in ODIs with 69 centuries across all the formats.

Kevin Pietersen tweets a hilarious comment on Virat Kohli’s tweet

The Indian skipper has featured in every game for Team India post-World Cup and in order to manage his workload, the selection panel offered him a much-needed break and is rested from T20I series against Bangladesh. He will now be seen in action in the Test series against Tigers starting on 14th of November.

Recently, the 30-year-old took to his Twitter handle and posted a picture of him playing a cover drive during a Test match, and also gave it a caption, “A good cover drive is therapeutic,”

Here is the tweet from Virat Kohli

Every now and then, the former England batsman gets himself indulged in a healthy banter with his teammates, opposition players on social media. And when the post from Delhiite was caught by the eyes of Pietersen, he went on to give a cheeky reply to it, and wrote, “I think all my cover drives went through mid-wicket!”

Here is the tweet from Kevin Pietersen

Kevin Pietersen is known as one of the best batsmen to play for England in its history. He was the part of England in its 3 Ashes wins and scored more than 13,000 international runs across all the formats. The 39-year-old’s career was cut short when he got himself into a conflict with England Cricket Board (ECB) after returning from Ashes in 2013-14. After that, he went onto play different T20 leagues and retired back in 2018.

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