In the wake of being sacked via England, Kevin Pietersen will show up at the World Cup truth be told, in spite of the fact that he will swap his bat for a microphone after being signed up as a BBC radio pundit.
Pietersen, fourth on England’s rundown ever run scorers in one-day internationals, was not considered for the competition in Australia and New Zealand after his agreement was ended by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) a year ago.
Then again, the frank batsman will have the capacity to voice his sentiments on England’s endeavors to win the trophy in the wake of being added to the Test Match Special analysis group.
“I really enjoyed having a go at some commentary during the Big Bash,” Pietersen told the BBC.
“It will be good to return to Australia for the climax of what should be an exciting tournament.”
Pietersen will work with the BBC from the quarter-finals onwards, joining any semblance of Australian incredible Allan Border and Indian Sunil Gavaskar.