Swann mocks KP in SA accent

2015-08-01 10:59
Kevin Pietersen and Graeme Swann (Getty)

Cape Town - They were once friends and team-mates, but the relationship between Graeme Swann and Kevin Pietersen has clearly deteriorated. 

Former England off-spinner Swann appeared on Australian radio show Willow Talk on Triple M Radio this week and, alongside Aussie greats Mark Waugh and Matthew Hayden, had a full go at KP.

Pietersen took to Twitter to vent his frustrations at being left out of the England squad after Alastair Cook and his charges lost the second Ashes Test to Australia, but they bounced back to win the third Test in less than three days on Friday. 

In the parody interview, Swann makes reference to Pietersen's tattoos, his ego and his failed attempt at getting back into the England squad ... all in a South African accent.

We know that this is a couple of days old, but for those of you who haven't heard the radio interview yet, here it is. 

Read more on:    the ashes  |  graeme swann  |  kevin pietersen  |  cricket


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