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Pietersen cracks a double to come alive

A Royal Challenger has come alive now in the Ashes.

Kevin Pietersen signalled his return to form in a big bash at the Adelaide Oval in The Ashes. KP, as he is widely known, was without a Test century for the past 18 months. But when he returned to scoring centuries, he made it look like a big bang. He pushed his century to a double, remaining unbeaten for 213, his second double century in Tests and taking England further to a stronger position in the second Test. Alastair Cook tormented the Aussies before him and when he took over the reigns, the Aussies really went to their backfoot.

The facts are enough to prove the Aussies plight - 213 made out of 296 balls with 31 hits to the fence and one over it - speaks volume of KP's complete domination on the Aussies attack. That rain interrupted third day's play and threatening to disrupt the rest of the Test match, Ricky Ponting and company would pray harder for more rains. Because with England leading by 306 runs and still no signs of declaring it, skipper Andrew Strauss would like to take the new ball as soon as possible on the fourth day and put Aussies to test. Time for the Aussies to show some character and save the Test match.

A Royal Challenger has come alive now in the Ashes.

Kevin Pietersen signalled his return to form in a big bash at the Adelaide Oval in The Ashes. KP, as he is widely known, was without a Test century for the past 18 months. But when he returned to scoring centuries, he made it look like a big bang. He pushed his century to a double, remaining unbeaten for 213, his second double century in Tests and taking England further to a stronger position in the second Test. Alastair Cook tormented the Aussies before him and when he took over the reigns, the Aussies really went to their backfoot.

The facts are enough to prove the Aussies plight - 213 made out of 296 balls with 31 hits to the fence and one over it - speaks volume of KP's complete domination on the Aussies attack. That rain interrupted third day's play and threatening to disrupt the rest of the Test match, Ricky Ponting and company would pray harder for more rains. Because with England leading by 306 runs and still no signs of declaring it, skipper Andrew Strauss would like to take the new ball as soon as possible on the fourth day and put Aussies to test. Time for the Aussies to show some character and save the Test match.

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Yeah he has!!

His batting was simply superb to say the least. His leg side shots were superb.. Will need KP for IPL 4
VishuRD on 10 Dec 2010, 10:23 AM
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