Kevin Pietersen leaves IPL commentary in the middle of the season, know what is the reason

Dubai: Former England captain Kevin Pietersen has decided to leave the IPL 2020 commentary team to spend time with his family at home. He has left for UAE and left for England. Peterson, 40, has said that he wants to spend time with his children, so has left the commentary team.

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Peterson gave this information through Twitter. He wrote, ‘I have left the IPL because my children have half term and I want to stay at home with them. It has been a strange year, now he is not going to school. I want to be with him all day, every day.

Peterson spoke on the IPL-2020 through his blog. He said that he is very happy to see fast bowling. He wrote, ‘Players hit the ball as far as they can, it is fun to see that goes outside the stadium. But it is good to see that the bowlers are doing well. Pietersen wrote that the IPL is going to be triangular because RCB, Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians are doing well.

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