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Pietersen may leave IPL for England return

Pietersen may leave IPL for England return
IPL 2015,Out of favour South Africa born star England player Kevin Pietersen may give up his IPL( Indian premier league) contract for the sake of return to England national team. England board new Chairman gave new hope to him for his return to English team and asked him to play English cricket continuously to ensure his return to national team. England team removed Kevin Pietersen after 5-0 white wash for them in 2014. After that Kevin Pieterson made many comments England board and commented that board has a “bullying culture” in his auto biography ‘KP- the auto biography’. In IPL 8 auction, Kevin Pieterson was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for his base price of 2 crore, He attracted 9.5 crore in 2014 season.


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