England skipper Alastair Cook has laid his subsidy upon the ECB for the ‘brave call’ as they abandoned the international career of Kevin Pietersen. Even though Pietersen had held the superior placement in the team, he has been cut down by the England and Wales Cricket Board in February after the shameful 5-0 down through in the Ashes Series in Australia.

But the rationality of his permanent mowed down even so remains a hard nut to crack, an ECB statement illustrated with a need for the building up and trust set upright more questions than solutions.

Left-handed hitter Cook has looked pretty mad in order to put off whatever other stage while speaking for the first time in a public forum about the finding out of Pietersen during Essex’s media day on Tuesday. But he thinks that the right decision has been withdrawn, even after the England has endured through the shameful defeat ever by the non-Test nation Netherlands in Bangladesh on Monday.

“It was a brave call which took audacity and caution. You do have to get to some level. This is the direction we’re starting to do it racking up.” Cook said of the decision to trench Pietersen.

Hence, it is pretty visible fact that the relationship between Cook and Pietersen has been ram shackled due to some apprehension. He handed a clue on the current problem on Tuesday by saying, “We all know how important team culture and team unity is. It was evidently a very big and significant decision.”

Nevertheless, Cook was not able to call the matter a day, along with some other members who has also been barred from saying anything particular about Pietersen’s abandonment because of sound grounds.

On the reverse, the cricket fans of England got unpleased with the conclusion. The cook has told them to be patient as there must be more or less sober grounds for finding out such an international cricketer and said that the truth will get out shortly. “I know things will become more well-defined in a slight piece of time. I know how frustrating it is. It is frustrating for me, because I have not entirely been able to state my side of the floor. People hardly have to be a little bit patient.” He stated.

“Everyone is dying to keep asking that question until we throw the answers — but at the moment we simply can’t.” He signed off.

 

 

 

 

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