Kevin Pietersen, PSL 2018, England, T20
Kevin Pietersen takes a dig at Sky Sports commentators. (Photo by Robert Cianflone - CA/Cricket Australia/Getty Images)

Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen recently revealed his post-retirement plan. Meanwhile, Pietersen calls it quits after playing his last match for Quetta Gladiators, as he will not travel to Pakistan for the knockout games. Meanwhile, Pietersen has had an illustrious career with England scoring tons of runs for them.

Want to be a professional cricketer?
Register Now

*T&C Apply

Previously, Pietersen declared in February that this season’s Pakistan Super League would be his last tournament. He had a more or less an average tournament showing glimpses of form at times. Pietersen managed to score one half-century in the past eight innings, albeit an explosive 52 from 34 balls against Karachi Kings.

Although Pietersen showed some form, it is plain the passion has ebbed away from his game. Pietersen leaves the game, as England’s highest run-scorers across all formats combined including 8181 runs in 104 Tests. He was left out of the team surprisingly in the wake of a disastrous 5-0 loss in the Ashes in 2013/14.

Image result for pietersen with a rhino

Since then, Pietersen had played white-ball cricket across the globe. South Africa-born Pietersen had played for Delhi Daredevils and Rising Pune Supergiant in the IPL, Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash, St Lucia Stars in the Caribbean and Sunfoil Dolphins in South Africa, as well as with Surrey.

Pietersen’s post-retirement plan:

The swashbuckling batsman in a tweet revealed his plan post-retirement. He has already started working towards conserving rhinos from extinction. He also urged others to take up this cause.

Lots asking what I’m going to do next. I’m going to take the same passion and hard work into trying to save rhinos from extinction. If we all help, it’ll be greater than any of our achievements in any walk of life! Let’s do this, team,” Pietersen tweeted.

Meanwhile, Pietersen is currently having a house built near Kruger national park in South Africa. He also used two of his final appearances, for Surrey in last season’s NatWest Blast and Melbourne Stars in the BBL, to promote the cause with fund-raising “Rhino Days”.

Further, here is the newsfeed:

Ganguly, Laxman heap praises on Dinesh Karthik

Ben Stokes’ fitness to decide England’s playing XI for the first Test





Ankush Das

I am an accountant by qualification, my parents thought their obedient son would study further to become a CA, but I had other things in mind. An ardent Cricket fan is following his passion and making...