James Anderson, like many other teammates of his, is also not happy to see Kevin Pietersen tarnishing the image of English cricket in front of the whole world.
According to Anderson, the things should not have been brought outside as it has done nothing else, but, has overshadowed the success that England had over the last decade in 5-day cricket.
Talking to a website last week, Anderson, about whom Pietersen has not written anything harsh in his book, said, “If the environment in the changing room is not right, you can’t win back-to-back Ashes, become the best team in the world and win at a difficult place like India. For all these things to happen; you have got to have people supporting each other in the camp and enjoying each other’s success and it was exactly like that with us.”
“What Kev has come out with, it appears as if he did not have an enjoyable time with the England side in all those years, but, as far as the other guys are concerned including me, it was an extremely enjoyable period and a lot of credit for that goes to Andy Flower.”
Anderson, however, also sympathized a little bit with Pietersen saying that the Charismatic batsman did not have any opportunity to make his defence because of his axing by the England Cricket Board and that’s why, all his anger has come out in his book.
In the words of Anderson, “I think Kev was denied the chance of defending himself because of the decision that was taken about him and he seems to have poured out all the frustration in this book.”
The book which is named KP- the Autobiography released last week and it’s up for sale all over England now.