Cricket icon Kevin Pietersen has always been vocal in voicing his opinions, even if he has to say something against those in power. Be it the United Kingdom government or the government of South Africa, where he was born, the former England batsman doesn't shy away from commenting.
In a recent development regarding him, the former international cricketer has slammed the UK government for its alleged biasness towards UEFA. Pietersen got angry on those in power after Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of UK, and his government were accused of allowing UEFA to have 1000 of football VIPs to spectate the Euro 2020 finals without quarantining. Notably, the semifinals and final of the mega event is slated to take place at the Wembley Stadium of England.
Sharing the news of the UK government getting accused for its alleged leniency towards the European football body, Pietersen pledged that he would never quarantine himself again after returning from any of his travels. Meanwhile, he also asserted that the virus is unbiased to people and would catch anyone.
Here is what Pietersen said:
Pietersen had recently lashed out at ICC for conducting the ongoing World Test Championship final in England. Given the rain in the nation played spoilsport in two days of the game, the cricket veteran had said that Dubai could have been a better option.