Kevin Pietersen gets trolled by Twitterati after getting hit for a bouncer — WATCH

Kevin Pietersen got hit by a bouncer on the helmet during a training session in the nets

Kevin Pietersen posted a video of his practice session on his Twitter account and ended up getting trolled. If not for the trolling from Mitchell Johnson, Pietersen finds a way to get himself trolled even after getting hit for a bouncer. It was Pietersen’s caption of the video that got a huge number of replies to his Twitter post.

Here’s the tweet from the 37-year-old –

As soon as Pietersen asked his followers to mark him out of 10, there was a flood of answers on the video.

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However, Pietersen got into fine nick after the initial hit on the helmet. Here are a few videos of the shots he played in the same training session –

The English batsman recently blocked Johnson on Twitter after the banter between them took an ugly turn. Twitterati used this against the batsman and trolled him for the missed bouncer. They also used his feud with former England skipper Andrew Strauss to troll him.

Pietersen is expected to play for Melbourne Stars in the upcoming season of Big Bash League (BBL) 2017-18 starting December 9. He is currently commentating in the ongoing Ashes 2017-18 which Australia lead by 1-0 after the Gabba Test.

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The Surrey batsman pulled out his name before Indian Premier League (IPL) player auction 2017 following fitness concerns. With IPL 2018 player auction coming up, it will be interesting to see whether Pietersen will pull out of the auction again or hope for a whopping deal for the upcoming season.