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Dale Steyn Retired From All Cricket

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South African fast bowler Dale Steyn has announced his retirement from all cricket on Tuesday (August 31). He participated in 93 Tests (439 wickets), 125 ODIs (196 wickets) and 47 T20Is (64 wickets). Steyn retired ahead of the Test in August 2019 to prolong his career after several injuries.

In 2007, Steyn Made his T20I Debut Against New Zealand:

Steyn made his ODI debut for Africa XI against Asia XI at Centurion in 2005. His best figures – 6 for 39 – came against Pakistan in 2013 at Port Elizabeth. Because the fast bowler troubled the batsmen in both Test and limited overs cricket. In 2007, Steyn made his T20I debut against New Zealand and in his second game – against the West Indies – he recorded career-best figures of 3–0–9–4. His last ODI was against Sri Lanka in 2019. Whereas the T20I against Australia in February last year was his last international match.

Stan Said in His Statement:

Steyn said in his statement that “and it’s been a long December and there is reason to believe that perhaps this year will be better than last year.” “I can’t remember whenever I tried to tell myself to let these moments pass.

“It’s been 20 years of training, matches, traveling, winning, losing, strapped feet, jetlag, happiness and brotherhood. There are so many memories to tell. So many faces to thank. So I left it to the experts. My favorite band, Counting Crows.

“Today I’m officially retiring from the sport I love the most. Bitter sweet but grateful. Thanks to everyone from family to teammates, from journalists to fans, it’s been an incredible journey together “

Steyn also enjoyed a successful run in franchise cricket. Featuring for Deccan Chargers, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Brisbane Heat, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Gujarat Lions, Jamaica Tallawahs, Cape Town Knight Riders, Cape Town Blitz, Glasgow Giants, Melbourne Stars, Islamabad United. Candy Tuskers and Quetta Gladiators. After making himself unavailable for IPL 2021, where he insisted that he is not retiring. Steyn last participated in the PSL in March this year.

Stan Fell Down Due to Injuries:

Stan had fallen down with injuries. In December 2015, he injured his shoulder in the Durban Test vs England. And the rest fell out of rubber. He went under the knife to reattach his coracoid. Unfortunately for Steyn, he injured the coracoid process again in 2016 during the Perth Test. Steyn returned for the Test series against India in 2018, but only to sustain a “strange” heel injury in Cape Town.

He made a successful return to the Test arena during 2018-19, playing against Pakistan and Sri Lanka. However, he suffered another shoulder problem during IPL 2019 and later, could not play in the World Cup due to injury.

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