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Pietersen - Players have to play, crowd or crowd

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Restoring sport will raise moral standards for people all over the world in the COVID-19 crisis and cricketers owe it to fans to play behind closed doors if this is to accelerate the process, former Captain Kevin Pietersen

The spread of new coronaviruses has brought the sport to a standstill in the last two months worldwide, and Pietersen believes that every effort should be made to resume professional cricket as soon as it is safe to do so.

"Fans need a moral boost, the public. At the moment, their morality is so negative, and so down in the dumps, "said the 39-year-old.

"Sport is so uplifting for so many people and so positive. New sport must be played behind closed doors until the coronavirus vaccination is found. Golfer Rory McIlroy's preparation for a charitable event on May 17th, and the English Prime Minister's League's return to the middle of June makes it unrealistic for Pietersen that any leading athlete would not want to stick to her trade as soon as possible.

"Some sportsmen are in their life's prime. Why wouldn't they want to play? "He added.

"So what if there aren't crowds? Pietersen said that looking at a possible silver balance of the crisis in broadcasting, it was an opportunity for his sport to take a serious look at the solutions to problems shared by the whole cricketing world.

"If you can look at something nice about this coronavirus, the nice thing is that it affects everyone," Pietersen said.

"Virat Kohli, like Kane Williamson, is in the same position as Joe Root, Steve Smith, and Quinton de Kock ... We're all together in this.

"We're all going to have to come together, understand what is so important for us, work together, make a good decision." Pietersen always had a great favorite with fans and scored more than 8,000 runs in 104 Tests for England, before finally hanging up in 2018 after several years of playing for club teams worldwide.

South Africa, where he was born and raised is still close to Pietersen's heart and has been closely associated with the conservation of endangered animals in the country, along with his activities as a cricket specialist and business interest figures.

It is especially dedicated to the battle to protect rhinoceroses and charitable organizations that he established, SORAI, or Save our Rhino Africa / India, rescues abandoned, injured, or orphaned rhinos.

"As people, we need to play a greater and more important role in ensuring that we protect the planet and protect all species as well as in humanity," said Pietersen, who will restart the brand at the end of June.

"There is no way we can afford to extinct animals like the rhino, pangolin. It's simply incomprehensible even to think such a thing can happen.

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