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After Shikhar Dhawan, Kevin Pietersen slams Emirates Airlines ‘with no clothes’ tweet

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Dec 31, 2017, 4:10 pm IST
Updated Dec 31, 2017, 4:31 pm IST
The veteran had played for the BBL team in their first match against Brisbane Heat on December 20, scoring 10 runs in that game.
While Shikhar Dhawan was unhappy with Emirates for not letting his family travel with him, Kevin Pietersen was disappointed with the airline company misplacing his luggage.(Photo: AFP)
 While Shikhar Dhawan was unhappy with Emirates for not letting his family travel with him, Kevin Pietersen was disappointed with the airline company misplacing his luggage.(Photo: AFP)

Dubai: India cricketer Shikhar Dhawan had recently expressed his disappointment over his wife and kids being stranded at Dubai airport, as Dhawan had to travel to Cape Town, South Africa without his family.

Read: Shikhar Dhawan slams Emirates airlines after family left stranded at Dubai airport

 

Similar woes for cricketers continued as former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen was furious after his luggage was misplaced by Emirates Airlines.
The 37-year-old took to Twitter to vent his anger. However, he had later deleted this particular tweet.

(Photo: Screengrab)(Photo: Screengrab)

Pietersen was travelling from United Kingdom to Melbourne via Dubai after the Christmas break to take part in the ongoing Big Bash League, an annual T20 league in Australia. While Pietersen has been commentating in the tournament, he also has been playing for the Melbourne Stars.

Also read: Emirates Airlines issue statement after Dhawan alleges mistreatment of wife, children

Dhawan had slammed the airline company, terming it as 'unproffessional'.

The veteran had played for the BBL team in their first match against Brisbane Heat on December 20, scoring 10 runs in that game.

Melbourne Stars are struggling in seventh place after having lost both their opening matches.

The final of the tournament will be played on February 4.

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