New Delhi: While there have been different opinions on Kevin Pietersen's shocking revelations about English cricket, the maverick right-hander found yet another backing from England pacer Chris Tremlett, who backed his side of the story.
Tremlett, who has played 15 ODIs and 12 Tests for England, expressed his support for KP on social-micro blogging site Twitter.
Glad @KP24 has finally been able to give his side of the story. People can now make an informed opinion of what went on in the dressing room
— Chris Tremlett (@ChrisTremlett33) October 6, 2014
In an interview with a leading British newspaper, Pietersen has sent the cricketing fraternity in a state of shock by claiming that there had been a "bullying" culture under the tenure of former coach Andy Flower. The South Africa-born batsman, who is the leading run-scorer for England in all formats of the game, also slammed Matt Prior, who according to him was the leader of a group which went after the younger team-mates for dropping catches.
Pietersen was axed by the ECB earlier this year after the team's 5-0 Ashes loss to Australia. While he hasn't given up hopes of playing for England again, experts believe his recent interview could end all possibilities of a comeback.