Coronavirus: Kevin Pietersens Hindi Post urges Indian fans to stay home

Kevin Pietersen has been actively tweeting in Hindi to impress his Indian fans. © Instagram

Kevin Pietersen, a former England hitter, has been actively tweeting in Hindi to impress his Indian fans. In his latest post that he shared on his social media platforms, Pietersen says: “Namaste India, Sun ne me aya hai ki aapki awasta bhi hamari tarah hai, PM Modi ne 21 days ka pura desh lockdown karne ka aadesh diya hai. Mera anurodh hai ki aap iss nirdesh ka palan kare. Hum sab ek joot hoke iska Samna karenge aur corona ko harayenge aur isse bahar niklenge. Kripa kar ke aapne aapne ghar main mein rahe aur surakshit rahe. ” He ended the post by saying “love my hindi teacher @ shreevats1.

Kevin Pietersen made his international debut in ODI cricket in 2004 against Zimbabwe. The following year, Pietersen had the opportunity to represent England at Test Cricket. He made his debut against Australia during the historic 2005 Ashes series. He then played 104 career test games and scored 8,181 runs averaging 47.29 with 23 centuries under his belt.

In the ODI, Pietersen had 4,440 runs in 136 games with an average of 40.73 and 9 centuries.

Speaking of T20I, the right-handed hitter appeared in 37 games and scored 1,176 runs with an average of and a hit rate of 141.52.

Earlier, PM Modi announced a national blockade across the country for 21 days. Many cricket players, from Virat Kohli to Sachin Tendulkar, welcomed the move and called on citizens to adhere to the new government-imposed regulations. All sporting events around the world have been postponed as countries fight COVID-19.