New Delhi: Moments after announcing his retirement, Virender Sehwag said he would continue his association with the game of cricket either as a commentator or an academy coach.
"Cricket is my love, after retirement I will stay in cricket, maybe commentary or coaching in some academy," Viru told ANI.
“I am the luckiest guy as I got to play with Sachin, Dravid, Ganguly, Kumble and Zaheer Khan,” he further added.
The explosive batsman issued a statement on Tuesday, announcing his retirement from all forms of international cricket.
In 251 ODIs, he accumulated 8273 runs at an average of 35.05 and scored 15 hundreds apart from hitting 38 fifties.
In 19 Twenty20 Internationals, he managed 394 runs with two half-centuries.
He has been a part of two World Cup winning teams under Mahendra Singh Dhoni's leadership --- 2007 World T20 in South Africa and the ICC Cricket World Cup in India.