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newscricket17 days ago

Twitter reacts as Dale Steyn retires from all forms of cricket

South Africa fast-bowling great Dale Steyn announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Tuesday, August 31. In a career spanning almost 18 years, Steyn featured in 93 Tests, 125 ODIs and 47 T20Is, and bagged 699 scalps, while also plying his trade across various global T20 leagues.
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newscricket17 days ago

Dale Steyn retires from all forms of cricket

South Africa fast-bowling legend - Dale Steyn - has announced his retirement from all cricket on Tuesday, August 31. Steyn featured in 93 Tests, 125 ODIs and 47 T20Is in an international career spanning nearly 17 years and stands as South Africa's highest wicket-taker in Tests with 439 scalps.
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newscricket2 months ago

ENG vs IND | Ravichandran Ashwin might be India’s biggest trump card, reckons Dale Steyn

Ahead of India’s five-match Test series against England, Dale Steyn has reckoned that off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin could be India’s biggest trump card in England. He also insisted that in a long tour like this, spinners often turn up to be a crucial point of difference for countries.
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newscricket2 months ago

ENG vs IND | Mohammed Siraj’s attitude might be vital in English conditions, opines Dale Steyn

Ahead of India’s bumper five-match Test series against England, Dale Steyn has opined that Mohammed Siraj’s attitude might come as a vital cog for India in the English conditions. Steyn also insisted that the pacers have to stay fit to play all the five Tests against England in the coming month.
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newscricket3 months ago

Kyle Jamieson was definitely the standout player in WTC final, admits Dale Steyn

Dale Steyn has called New Zealand all-rounder Kyle Jamieson as the standout player in the WTC final between India and New Zealand, which the latter won by eight wickets. Steyn also said that the Indian bowlers were underprepared, and hopes for them to make come back against England.
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newscricket3 months ago

WTC Final | Cheteshwar Pujara could have rotated strike better, feels Dale Steyn

South Africa pacer Dale Steyn expressed his opinion on Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara's need to rotate the strike which he believes will benefit both the batter and the team. Pujara scored eight runs from 54 balls on the second day of the inaugural WTC final in Southampton, playing 52 dots.
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featurecricket6 months ago

The Dale Steyn controversy proves why we don’t deserve any better 

If you have been active on Cricket Twitter or social media, it has been one of the most maddening weeks. It's as if all the inactivity saved up from last year’s lockdown will now be avenged in a few days time via a mayhem of countless opinions. Via trolls, attacks, and pure craziness.
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newscricket6 months ago

Twitter reacts to Dale Steyn apologizing to Indian fans for comparing IPL to PSL

All hell broke loose when South African seamer Dale Steyn took a dig at the Indian Premier League for being too money centric and terming the PSL more rewarding. Today, he took to Twitter and apologized to Indian fans for hurting their sentiments and stated that it was not his intention.
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newscricket7 months ago

In IPL, there is so much focus on money that cricket gets forgotten unlike PSL, claims Dale Steyn

South African bowling legend Dale Steyn has asserted that the focus in IPL remains on money while cricket takes a backseat which is not the case in leagues like PSL and LPL respectively. He also added that Pakistan is a breeding ground for fast bowlers and applauded the batsmanship of Babar Azam.
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newscricket7 months ago

England's rotation policy is slowly building an army of amazing cricketers, reckons Dale Steyn

Dale Steyn has stated that England's rotation policy, even though being criticized by many back home, has been a fantastic plan and it is building an array of amazing cricketers. Steyn further stated that with a lot of ICC events scheduled in the next eight years, it is a fool-proof plan.
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