Dale Steyn has announced his retirement from every format of cricket on Tuesday, the fast bowler and best country test wicket-taker.
He was the maestro during his peak time of swinging late with the fresh ball and the old ball swinging backwards.
“It was 20 years of training, matches, voyages, gains, defeats, jet lag, joy and siblings. “They were 20 years. I retreat from the game that I most like now. Steyn stated in a declaration he posted on Twitter, Bitterweet but appreciative. Steyn completed his 20-year voyage into the cricket world, claiming he was the best ever fast bowler in the country.
In 2019, the 38-year-old withdrew from test cricket. He kept playing white-ball formats, however.
In his international career, he got 699 wickets. He has the ability to swing the ball both ways and is one of the best bowlers of his time.
He may have added much more wickets to his career, but he was restricted to 11 tests after 2015 because of his primary ailments.
Response of Cricketer to the retirement of Steyn
Former batsman S0uth African AB de Villiers comments, “Fantastic player, great dude, awesome memories!” A good tune to choose up to sign my mate. The eternal legend!”
Nice player, great guy, wonderful memories! A good tune to choose up to sign my mate. Legend forever! Legend forever!
Batsman Wasim Akram, Pakistan Veteran, says, “Bitter sweet” is the right word to sum up a great fast bowler’s career. We’ve seen a strong bowler in you who inspires the next generations to bowl. Congratulations and best wishes for all your future career buddies.
“Bitter sweet” means a superb quick-bowler career to summarize,@DaleSteyn62. We’ve seen a strong bowler in you who inspires the next generations to bowl. Congratulations and best wishes for all your future career buddies.