Shane Warne and Kevin Pietersen Signed Photo Display
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Shane Warne transformed and popularised the art of leg spin like no other person before him when he became the most prolific wicket-taker in Australian Test cricket history, taking an extraordinary 708 wickets from his 145 Tests, at an average of 25.41.
Kevin Pietersen was a rock star and he was extremely popular among all cricket fans around the world. He is one who made the switch but is famous as well as the reverse sweeps for sixes.
Shane Warne became a fan of Kevin Pietersen when Pietersen decided to play for Hampshire under Warne. They both played against each other in 2004, and Pietersen changed his county from Notts to Hampshire.
Both Shane Warne and Kevin Pietersen have signed this item, making it unique!
- 12×10 Photo Display
- This item comes with Certificate of Authenticity
- In condition as donated.
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