Kevin Pietersen’s life, both on and off the pitch was totally in sync. Without an iota of doubt, he had many shades – he was colorful, classic and of course controversial at the same time.
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Australia crumbled England in the 4th Test
Chris Rogers blasted a ton as the dominant Australia continued with their winning spree against the visiting English side which lost the 4th Test consistently.
England faces another debacle – 4th Test vs. Australia
The Kangaroos bowlers well led by Nathan Lyon brought their side towards a consecutive victory vs. England who faced another batting collapse in the 4th Test.
England maintains supremacy – 4th Test vs. Australia
The English speedsters led by James Anderson and Stuart Broad, took their team to a commanding position after crushing the Kangaroos batting in the 1st innings.
Kevin Pietersen consolidates England – 4th Test vs. Australia
The middle order batsman of England, Kevin Pietersen, rescued his side with an unbeaten fifty when most of the batsmen surrendered even after a reasonable start.
English batsmen surrendered again – 2nd Test vs. Australia
The misery of poor batting for England continued in their second innings of the 2nd Test when they lost six wickets and were heading towards another defeat.
Tons from Warner, Clarke strengthened Australia – 1st Test vs. England
The Australian skipper, Michael Clarke, along with David Warner plundered centuries and put their team on top against the visiting England in the opening Test.
Michael Clarke led Australia to a smooth win vs. England – 2nd ODI
Michael Clarke marshalled his troops from the front by plundering a first ODI ton vs. England as the visitors clinched the encounter by a splendid team work.
Australia drew with England – 5th Investec Test
The sensational 5th Investec Test between England and Australia ended in a draw after the fifth day’s play when the bowlers from both sides grabbed 17 wickets.
England crawling towards a draw – 5th Investec Test vs. Australia
The Aussies amassed 492 runs with one wicket still in hand when their first innings was declared and England managed 247 for the loss of four wickets in 116 overs.