South Africa’s Dale Steyn Retire From All Forms of Cricket

Dale Steyn Retire From All Forms of Cricket, Dale Steyn Announce Retirement on Twitter

Dale Steyn announces his Retirement on the social media platform. Dale Steyn retire from all forms of cricket.  The 36-year-old South African fast bowler started his professional career 20 years ago.

He made his debut in South Africa in 2004. He established himself in the team with great control over speed and ball.  But I have had to fight with injuries almost regularly. After 30 Peru, he was out for a long time due to injury. He played the last Test for the country in 2019, then retired from that format.

However, he was playing in the T20. He also played for South Africa in 2020. The last time he played PSL was in March this year. This is his last recognized match. After that, he did not enter the field.

Stein has taken 439 Test wickets for the country, which is his highest. He has taken 699 international wickets in 15 years in all formats. However, the number can hardly explain its greatness. He is unique in his ability to speak the ball on any pitch, especially the dead pitches of the subcontinent.


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