Dale Steyn Back In The Game, Preparing For T20 World Cup 2020
South African experienced bowler Dale Steyn is getting ready for the next year’s T20 World Cup (2020). He was out from the game from May because of injury. The player has recovered and is playing Mzansi Super League 2019.
South African team is under transition period. The team management is finding players which can give them next year T20 World Cup Trophy. South African team has lost its experienced players as some of them have retired or some are out of form.
Dale Steyn Ready for the next year event
Dale Steyn has retired from Test cricket. The 36-year-old said that he is focusing on the shortest format and preparing himself for the next year’s event.
“I’m ready and raring to go. Yip, it is, the T20 World is a realistic target, otherwise I would have retired altogether when I retired from Test cricket earlier this year,” Steyn said to Mykhel.
After the disheartening ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the South African team toured in India with young and inexperienced players. The team was not able to register a victory in the Test series. They were weak in all the departments and were badly defeated in Indian soil. However, they drew the T20I series in that India tour under Quinton de Kock’s captaincy as they won one game and lost another game.
The fast bowler was asked about the performance of the team in India tour. Dale Steyn, who has not played a match from a long time, said that team management is responsible to guide the team. He detects that the team should work according to game plans otherwise it may lead to defeat.
Dale Steyn is the crucial part of the South African team. He has a very impressive figure. The bowler has played 93 Test matches, 125 ODIs and 44 T20Is. He has picked 439 wickets in Test matches, 196 in ODIs and 61 in T20Is.
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