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... In January 2007 Kevin Pietersen sustained a rib injury in England's first One Day International against Australia, keeping him out of the remainder of the series ... Later that month, he was named in the England squad for the 2007 Cricket World Cup, and he played his second ODI in England's second match of that tournament ... In England's match against Sri Lanka, Bopara was named man of the match for his 52 off 53 balls, which brought England to within three runs of victory from a seemingly hopeless position ...
... He is the sixth most capped player for England in Tests, and is the fourth highest career runs total for an England player, 8114, behind Graham Gooch, Alec Stewart and David Gower ... He was the fourteenth quickest player to reach 8,000 runs, taking 190 innings ... the national averages for six seasons, the highest of any post-World War II player, and holds the current record for the most centuries for England, shared with Cowdrey and Hammond ...
... English father, Hargreaves was eligible to play international football for England, Wales or Canada. 2000 but pulled out of the squad after he was approached by England ... On 31 August 2000, the then England U21 manager, Howard Wilkinson, called the 19-year-old into his squad for the match against Georgia ...
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“It is a fundamental characteristic of civilization that man most profoundly mistrusts those living outside his own milieu, so that not only does the Teuton regard the Jew as an incomprehensible and inferior being, but the football player likewise so regards the piano player.”
—Robert Musil (18801942)
“I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips,
Straining upon the start. The games afoot!
Follow your spirit, and upon this charge
Cry, God for Harry! England and Saint George!”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)