You'll never guess whose name still appears at Lord's...

2014-02-26 12:04
Guess who?
Cape Town - You'll never guess whose name still appears in the Lord's dressing room...

SA-born England star Kevin Pietersen, 33, who was dumped by his adopted country after their 5-0 Ashes whitewash in January, still has his name up in the Lord's dressing room.

The England Three Lions and MCC logo's are also present, as well as the number '626' - which signifies Pietersen was the 626th player to represent England in the Test arena.

Pietersen's career ended with 104 Tests players, 8 181 runs scored at an average of 47.28.

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan tweeted the picture on Wednesday.

Do you think KP's name still remains because of a sneaky call-up in the near future... ?

Looks whose name is still up in the Lords dressing room... (Via Twitter)

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