Hours after the flamboyant right-hander Kevin Pietersen slammed a 46-ball 66 on his debut for Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash on Thursday, former England captain Michael Vaughan triggered an interesting debate.
When two national keepers meet up, it's bound to make some news. England and Manchester City goal-keeper welcomed England and Lancashire wicket-keeper Jos Buttler for a training session at the Manchester City training ground on October 31.
What is a player supposed to do, when despite being the highest scorer for his country in all formats of the game, he is sacked by his board, citing reasons, which are yet to be known? What is a player supposed to do, when his own team-mates create a parody account on Twitter by his name?
Denying Kevin Pietersen's claims that a bullying culture had flourished in the England dressing room in recent years, captain Alastair Cook says the maverick cricketer's controversial autobiography has "tarnished" one of the most successful eras for the national team.
Michael Vaughan ridiculed a leaked England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) report into Kevin Pietersen's alleged misbehaviour during the Ashes whitewash in Australia as the fall-out from the controversial autobiography of England's all-time leading run-scorer showed no sign of stopping.