Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh on Thursday trolled former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen over his recent social-media post where he made a reference to 'pie chucker' once again. They two veterans of the game have had a spat over the phrase back in 2008 series, but have since come a long way.
Pietersen on Thursday shared a video of him hitting his famous 'switch hit' against former New Zealand medium-pacer Scott Styris.
"Just dealing with pies, @englandcricket. The original switch hits @kp24," he wrote as a caption to the post.
Replying to the post, Yuvraj Singh wrote: "Well sometimes u slip on those pies too."
The spat had begun back in 2008 series when Pietersen had called Yuvraj 'left-arm filth' after the latter had dismissed him in the Test contest.
"When the ball is swinging and seaming and you've got a guy like Zaheer Khan, who is one of the best bowlers I've ever faced, not bowling at you and you've got a pie-chucker like Yuvraj Singh bowling at you I really don't mind. When you get left-arm filth like that it makes you feel really good," Pietersen had said.
Yuvraj responded saying, "It shows KP hates getting out to me and if a useless bowler is getting him out five times then I would say that is quite useless batting."