The rapid spread of novel corona virus put the whole world to halt and lead every scheduled events to postpone. The deadly virus made its impact on scheduled sports event and made it to postpone.
As a result many sports personalities steps into social media platform to get entertain themself. In that order Kevin Pietersen perform actively in Instagram where he Interviewed Indian skipper Virat Kohli through Instagram live.
Where Virat Kohli reveals his favourite batsman pair in Indian team as well as in IPL format and left cricket fans in shock.
Having last played competitive cricket in 2018, Pietersen was also seen on the same platform alongside India limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma and spinner Yuzvendra Chahal recently.
Earlier Indian former cricketer Rahul Dravid talked about reasons why Royal Challengers Bangalore haven’t been successful in IPL yet.
In the video, a person, in full cricket kit inside a room, can be seen playing a defensive shot and then jumping on to a treadmill to run a single. “Whoever this is…GENIUS! Just been sent it on WhatsApp,” Kevin Pietersen captioned the video on Instagram. Kevin Pietersen has been very active on social media over the past few days and recently he has interviewed Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli on Instagram.
Kevin Pietersen, the former England batsman, rated former Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Asif as the best that he ever faced in his career. Pietersen shared a clip on his Twitter handle where Asif bowls a peach to get rid of Pietersen for a duck.
Pietersen wrote,” I think there’s plenty of batters from around the world that were happy he got banned! He was the best I faced! I had no idea against him!”.
I think there’s plenty batters around the world that were happy he got banned!
He was the best I faced!
I had no idea against him! https://t.co/AoN2xN2oX1
— Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@KP24) April 13, 2020
Mohammad Asif was banned from international cricket in 2011 after he was found guilty of being involved in a spot-fixing scandal. Asif got banned from international cricket for 7 years which ended his international career for Pakistan. Prior to this incident, Asif had played 23 Test matches for his country and scalped 106 with an economy rate of 3.0.
In limited-overs cricket, Mohammad Asif featured in 38 One-day Internationals (ODIs) and 11 T20 International (T20I) games. Asif scalped 46 batsmen in ODIs and claimed 13 wickets in T20Is. He also featured in the inaugural edition of the IPL and went on to play eight games for the Deccan Chargers back in 2008.