Dale Steyn, the former South African pacer, has reported his global retirement recently. Having, made his introduction way back in 2004, and bringing an end to an illustrious profession of almost Seventeen years to an end.
“And it’s been a long December and there’s reason to believe. Maybe this year will be better than the last I can’t remember all the times I tried to tell me to hold on to these moments as they pass,” Dale Steyn wrote in his Retirement letter.
“It’s been 20 years of training, matches, travel, wins, losses, strapped feat, jet lag, joy, and brotherhood. There are too many memories to tell. Too many faces to thank. So I left it to the experts, to sum up, my favorite band, the Counting Crows.
Today I officially retire from the game I love the most. Bittersweet but grateful. Thank you to everyone, from family to teammates, journalists to fans, it’s been an incredible journey together,” he added.
“Let’s get to know what his fellow mates and his fans have to say about his Retirement”
Throughout the long term, his vocation was defaced by endless wounds. Shoulder and lower leg wounds were consistent all through his profession. Be that as it may, he keeps playing with those wounds.
Dale Steyn addressed South Africa in 93 Tests, 125 ODIs, and 47 T20Is getting 439, 196, and 64 wickets separately.
Steyn was at the top of his game from 2008-2015 where he played across different countries and groups with the tye same power and intensity. He remained as the Number 1 Test bowler for more than 2000 days in worldwide cricket.