Pietersen renders latest Test century worthless without a win
KEVIN PIETERSEN reflected on a "satisfying" century but said his 22nd Test hundred would mean a lot more if it is part of a famous victory over India.
KEVIN PIETERSEN reflected on a \"satisfying\" century but said his 22nd Test hundred would mean a lot more if it is part of a famous victory over India.
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The most mercurial player of his generation, Pietersen displayed an uncanny mastery of conditions and of world-class opponents to follow his captain Alastair Cook in equalling the all-time England record for Test centuries. The double-century partnership put the tourists on course for a total of 413 all out, allowing Monty Panesar (five for 61) and Graeme Swann leeway to exploit spinners' conditions at the Wankhede Stadium.
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