Kevin Pietersen slams Sky Sports commentators for making money through commentary in the IPL

Pietersen blamed the panel for abruptly ending his career.

Kevin Pitersen pic credit Getty

Kevin Pietersen, the former England batsman, has come out with a tweet, in which he has mentioned the issue he has with some of the ex-cricketers doing the commentary for Sky Sports covering the Indian Premier League season. Kevin, who was in India recently doing world feed commentary for BCCI, returned home and will come back at the later stage of the tournament. 

Kevin's issues with England Cricket Board and the Cricket Director there, Andrew Strauss has been very well known by now. The player never got along well with these people playing for England. KP who recently retired has time and again made his disappointment clear in public from the board and its administrators. This time it is the Sky Sports commentators covering the IPL, who were earlier against him participating in the league, have brought out anger from KP which he funnily tweeted.

He tweeted, 

Pietersen made his debut for England in 2005 and last played for the country in 2014 during the Ashes series. He made 8181 runs in 104 Tests for England with the help of 23 tons.

According to Pietersen, people at the ECB and SKY commentary panel who viewed IPL wrongly are now themselves enjoying broadcasting the league and are making good money out of it.


By Kashish Chadha - 23 Apr, 2018

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