Dale Steyn hoping to secure his career for South Africa with two T20 World Cups approach

Dale Steyn is one of the finest fast bowlers South Africa                has ever produced and his name been listed for T20I series against England. Since March 2019 the 37 year old speedster was away from playing International cricket and now looking forward to show a great impact of his return on the Proteas.

Steyn said “ I love playing cricket and every day after I wake up I can’t see myself doing anything else except playing cricket.”

He added “ As long as we have the power to play at the highest level, dismissing batters, fox them, outsmart them etc. If I have the power to do then I will continue to be doing that.”

Because of shoulder injury Styen missed out South Africa’s 2019 World Cup campaign. Later he was quit from his Test career in August 2019 focusing on limited overs cricket.

Styen said “ If you play Test cricket you could bowl 20 overs per day and in that space I could play five T20s.”

He strongly believe that he would like to be a guiding force for the present young packers like Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi being the senior most pro in the bowling attack which would help them bowling in even more better way.

He signed off saying “I want to stand at mid-off and guide them saying, ‘ What are you thinking and what ball are you thinking to bowl?”.