Kevin Pietersen names 2 teams he feels capable of beating England in T20 World Cup 2021

Kevin Pietersen England T20 World Cup 2021

Kevin Pietersen, popularly known as KP, a former England cricket team batsman and present cricket analyst, has spoken out on the likely two teams that has all it takes to upset a team that is in hot form, Eoin Morgan led England side in the T20 World Cup 2021.

The England cricket team, dubbed as the Three Lions, is making headlines on their recent success in the continual ICC T20 World Cup 2021, where wicketkeeper batsman Jos Buttler (101* off 67) recently fueled the former World T20 champions to a resounding win over Sri Lanka with his first ever century in the grandest event of them all.

Kevin Pietersen does not keep back when it comes to conveying his opinions on the internet, and he is active on every one of his social media sites. Pietersen took to Twitter to proclaim the two teams he believes are competent of toppling England in the knockout phase of this year's T20 World Cup.

Kevin Pietersen identified Pakistan, captained by Babar Azam, and Afghanistan, led by Mohammad Nabi, as the two teams who have what it takes to defeat the England cricket team in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

But he further claimed that if the match is played in Sharjah, then only the above mentioned teams stand any chance of causing an upset, otherwise, he claimed that there is no team that can stop England this year.

England vs Sri Lanka T20 World Cup 2021

The England cricket team registered an emphatic win over the Sri Lankan cricket team in their most recent T20 World Cup 2021 match.

England was asked to bat first and lost 3 wickets inside the powerplay, the first 6 overs. Then, we saw Jos Buttler, the England wicketkeeper-batsman score this T20 World Cup's first ever century as he scored unbeaten 101 runs while captain Eoin Morgan was along with him throughout that. England posted 163 runs on the board with 4 wickets.

Sri Lanka too didn't got off to a good start as they too lost their first 3 wickets inside the first 6 over and then, going 5 down before even scoring 80 runs. Hasaranga and Shanaka then took control before Hasaranga was dismissed when Sri Lanka was at 129 runs. After that, it was just come and go as Sri Lanka got all out for 137 runs.

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