Pietersen admits that he must score big again

London: England middle-order batsman Kevin Pietersen has admitted that he must start making big scores again to help ease Alastair Cook`s problems.

"We know we have six world-class batsmen. In three games so far, none of us has delivered, apart from Cooky with his century on Sunday. I know my role and what I need to be doing. And I`m not doing it. I`m getting to 30 or 40 aggressively, but not kicking on," a daily quoted Pietersen, as saying.

“In three games, none of us has delivered, apart from Cooky yesterday. I feel 100 per cent that I’m on the brink of a big score. I’ve felt better and better. At the moment, the luck of the draw hasn’t particularly helped me. I’ve just got to keep playing the way I play and, if the way I’m playing at the moment is anything to go by, I’m very happy,” Pietersen said.


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