World T20: Door is totally shut, says Eoin Morgan on Kevin Pietersen’s lapse to England team

Eoin Morgan is a captain of a England organisation in a singular overs cricket. (Source: AP)

England limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan quashed conjecture that Kevin Pietersen competence be removed for a World Twenty20, observant “that doorway is totally shut” for a country’s heading run-scorer in all formats.

Pietersen has turn a T20 dilettante given his hostile depart from a England setup following a 2013-14 Ashes series, and a batsman has returned some considerable performances in a South African and Australian T20 leagues.

But vocalization to British journal The Daily Mail from England’s debate of South Africa, Morgan said: “That doorway is totally shut. Kevin will not be picked. That’s from me.”

Morgan’s comments stirred a response on Twitter from Pietersen, who has frequently pronounced he still wants to play for England.

“Interesting he’s observant it’s HIS call! Very interesting! Hmmmmm…!” Pietersen tweeted on Monday.

Pietersen was a second-highest runscorer in South Africa’s Ram Slam late final year, with 401 from only 7 games during an normal of 80.20. Quinton de Kock, a tip runscorer, done 437 runs though played 11 games.

The 35-year-old Pietersen was a third-highest scorer in Australia’s Big Bash League. His teams done a final in both tournaments.

His success in a shortest format stirred suggestions England competence re-think a position with Pietersen and cruise recalling him. Morgan pronounced it would not happen.

England appears to have changed on from Pietersen anyway, sealing a 2-1 Test array win in South Africa final month for a initial array feat over a South Africans in some-more than a decade. The ODI organisation is looking good in South Africa, too, with a 2-0 lead in a five-match array forward of a third diversion on Tuesday.

The World T20 in India starts on Mar 8. England is in a organisation with fortifying champion Sri Lanka, South Africa, West Indies and a fifth organisation that’s still to qualify.