Kevin Pietersen shares how Rahul Dravid helped him change the game of SIG | Kevin Pietersen laughed at these cricketers, told how Rahul Dravid changed his fate

New Delhi: Former Team India player Rahul Dravid is one of the big players. Outside of the game, Dravid’s behavior is also appreciated. At the same time, this player is highly regarded for showing the right path to young players.

Many young players in the Indian squad have been coached by Rahul Dravid in the Under 19 squad and the players are doing amazing things for the country. The biggest example of this is seen in the Australian series.

Dravid gave advice to Peterson

The England team are set to travel to India and before that, their former captain Kevin Pietersen on Saturday shared the qualities of spin bowling, which Rahul Dravid gave him a few years ago.

In 2017, the great Indian drummer Dravid sent an email to Kevin Pietersen. Peterson has urged the England and Wales Cricket Council (ECB) to give it to Dom Sibley and Jacques Crowley, who are battling to play Sri Lankan left arm pitcher Lasith Ambuldenia.

Crawley and Sibley have to go get the email Dravid sent me about the spin game.
I changed my game!

– Kevin Pieterse (@ KP24) January 23, 2021

In the current series against Sri Lanka, Ambuldenia took its wickets in the first and second test.

England opener Sibale and Crowley have been selected to the squad for the next round of testing against India.

Dravid changed Peterson’s game

Sharing two pages of emails sent by Dravid, Kevin Pietersen wrote on his Twitter handle: “ England and Wales Cricket Board, get it printed and give it to Sibley and Cowley. If they wish, they can call me for a long discussion about it ”.

Hey @englandcricket, print this out and give it to Sibley & Crawley.
They can call me to discuss it at length if they wish …!
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– Kevin Pieterse (@ KP24) January 23, 2021

Earlier in the tweet he wrote: ‘Crowley and Sibley should see the email Dravid sent me about playing spin. It had changed my game ”.

Let us know England are set to play a four-game test series on a tour of India.

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