Younis Khan is the second-highest Pressure Impact batsman for Pakistan (after Inzamam-ul-Haq) in their Test cricket history (Min: 50 Tests)
Martin Crowe is not entirely right about Kevin Pietersen's dramatic decline as a player post-2009. Yes, his average fell, he got fewer centuries post-2009 (which is not actually the point at all, but still) and he was less consistent. But he also got 2 of his 3 series-defining performances post-2009 - a landmark series win against India and a rare series draw against Sri Lanka.
India's highest Pressure Impact batsman in ODIs in the last one year is MS Dhoni. Surprisingly though he has a very mediocre Chasing Impact in the same time-frame (not even amongst India's top five chasing batsmen).
Rohit Sharma’s four series-defining performances in ODIs is the highest by any batsman in the world in the last seven years.
The present Indian team has 4 players (Dhoni, Ashwin, Kohli, Jadeja) who are amongst the 10 highest impact players for India of all time in ODI cricket.
Denesh Ramdin has the best temperament to absorb pressure (of falling wickets) for the West Indies in the last two years in ODIs. He is also their fourth-highest impact batsman in the same time-frame.
Kings XI Punjab stormed into the semi-finals on account of excellent team effort but came a cropper in the semi-finals – they had the least tournament-defining performances prior to the tournament which indicated they would buckle down under big-match pressure situations. More...