Brushing aside all rumours that he will not play ODI cricket for England once World Cup 2011 gets over, Kevin Pietersen posted that he has no such ideas.


Kevin Pietersen Not To Retire From ODI's After World Cup 2011
Last Updated: 2011-02-14T16:24:37+05:30
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Kevin Pietersen Not To Retire From ODIís After World Cup 2011
Kevin Pietersen
Kevin Pietersen
Brushing aside all rumours that he will not play ODI cricket for England once World Cup 2011 gets over, Kevin Pietersen posted that he has no such ideas. Earlier, it was widely believed that KP might retire once WC 2011 gets over in Asia.
 
Writing that he will continue playing in the ODI’s, together with Test matches, T20 and IPL, he announced that he doesn’t have any intention to retire from one-day cricket very soon.
 
Before leaving England, Pietersen wrote on Twitter like: 'Just to set the record straight. I have NO intention of retiring from ODI's after the World Cup!!'
 
Just when he has reached 30 years of age, like most other international batsmen he likes to script a healthy record in his name.  He looks to build an evergreen, shining long innings, so that he is not that easily forgotten.
 
KP’s cricket agent, Adam Wheatley, was of the same view. He said, 'Kevin would like to make it clear he will continue to play ODIs for England as long as he is selected.'
 

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