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Kevin Pietersen is known for his new ideas. Now he has given a new suggestion to give 12 runs to the players who have hit 100-meter sixes in T20 cricket. After this suggestion, he was trolled on social media.
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has given a new suggestion to give 12 runs to players who have hit 100-meter sixes in T20 cricket. Peterson has been known as the person who gave new ideas. He gave this new suggestion through his Twitter post.
Peterson’s suggestion could be a very difficult change as the maximum six-run tradition has been in place since the inception of the game, and frequent changes have led to a reduction in the number of overs. Kevin Pietersen wrote in his tweet, “I want to add rules in T20 cricket!” Or England Cricket Board can include it in 100 tournaments. If a player hits a six over 100 meters, he should get 12 runs. “
New format of cricket is being introduced England Cricket Board
Cricket format is changing from time to time. The new change has brought the England Cricket Board. There is going to be a start of The Hundred Tournament in which only 100 balls will be thrown in each innings.
People took a pinch on Kevin Pietersen’s suggestion that Kevin Pietersen’s suggestion of
giving 12 runs over 100 meters proved to be an exciting post on Twitter. Many users trolled Peterson. A user suggested two wickets for a delivery that lifted the stumps. Another user said that this will benefit all those West Indies players who are known for hitting sixes longer than 100 meters. At the same time, another user also suggested to consider 150 balls of speed of the Ganjabas as two balls.