Hitting Murali for six is hard enough but a reverse sweep for six?
This is exactly what Pietersen did during his 142 at Edgbaston 2nd Test 2006.
Murali managed figures of 6-86 and 4-29 as England won by 6 wickets.
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What a shot by KP. Unbelievable when you consider that the bowler is the all-time great bowler - Murali!
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