We wish Kevin Pietersen all the very best for his innings post-retirement.
He added that his side has a chance of winning the tournament this year and he will be supporting the side. Thank you for everything.
The decision not to travel to Pakistan appears to mean that Pietersen's final game as a professional cricketer came on Thursday, when he scored seven runs in Quetta's six-wicket defeat to Islamabad United in Sharjah. "Wish you could have stayed with us till PSL final but we respect your decision".
Pietersen then returned to social media with a similar Tweet on Saturday morning.
Andrew Flintoff and Pietersen were England team-matesFollowing the end of his global career, Pietersen predominantly became a globe-trotting T20 specialist, playing in the T20 leagues in Australia, India, South Africa, West Indies and the PSL.His last appearance in England came for county side Surrey last summer."I'm super proud of everything", added Pietersen.
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Though he has shown glimpses of his enduring class in his recent engagements, it is plain that the passion has ebbed away from Pietersen's game - and flowed increasingly into his new love of rhino conservation, for which he is an increasingly committed spokesman. "Feet up! Family, animals, golf...!"
Pietersen scored 8181 runs in 104 Tests and was named Player of the Series after leading England to the World Twenty20 title in 2010.
His worldwide career ended acrimoniously, never playing for England again after a high-profile falling out following the Ashes whitewash four years ago. "I loved entertaining you all!" South African by birth, the T20 specialist played his final professional match in England with Surrey mid-last year and bid farewell to the Big Bash with the Melbourne Stars in January.
Given his often divisive nature, it was fitting that Michael Vaughan, a former England captain, admitted his old global team-mate was a tremendous talent, even if he wasn't always easy to deal with.
"Absolute pleasure Kelv. Most talented batter I ever saw, Greater guy, go well as I know you will", Jones' tweet read. "1st England batsman that put fear into the Aussies", Vaughan tweeted.