Kevin Pietersen Wishes Everyone 'Happy Holi'; Fans Have Just One Question

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Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen was caught off-guard by fans after he extended Holi wishes to the Indian fans on Twitter - without a speck of colour

Written By Koushik Narayanan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen was caught off-guard by fans after he extended Holi wishes to the Indian fans on Twitter - without a speck of colour on him. The former England star has been extensively touring India in the past month and keeps his fans up to date with his new discoveries of flora, fauna & people in India. Kevin Pietersen took to twitter to extend Holi wishes to his fans but in turn, forgot the main element of the festival of colours and fans took to give Kevin Pietersen a gentle reminder of what exactly was missing in KP's frame.

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Kevin Pietersen's Holi wishes

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Fans have just one question for KP

Goat invades KP's leg-side run-fest 

It so happened that Kevin Pietersen was enjoying his batting while playing cricket with a few village kids. But, as he was taking a stance, a goat happened to pass by which caused a mini interruption. Nonetheless, as soon as the goat was out of the frame, he took his stance as the kid bowled to him and he ended up playing what looked like a 'Helicopter Shot'. KP had posted this video on social media as well.

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Kevin Pietersen's cricketing career

Kevin Pietersen made his debut in 2004 and was no longer active in international cricket after 2014. In his 10-year cricketing career, KP had represented England in 104 Tests, 136 One Day Internationals and 37 T20Is. The South African born cricketer had not only captained England but was also a part of the England squad that had won the ICC World T20 in 2010. 

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