Dale Steyn Gives Warning Before Leaving On Vacation, Says 'If We Don't Return...'

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South African speedster Dale Steyn, who recently announced his retirement from the longer format of the game, is off for an exciting and adventurous vacation to Bolivia, as the speedster took to Twitter to reveal his next destination.

Written By Koushik Narayanan | Mumbai | Updated On:

South African speedster Dale Steyn, who recently announced his retirement from the longer format of the game, is off for an exciting and adventurous vacation to Bolivia, as the speedster took to Twitter to reveal his next destination. The veteran Proteas pacer was left out of the T20 squad that was announced for South Africa's tour of India later on this year and had hinted disappointment with Cricket South Africa's new selectors leaving out his name. 

Dale Steyn's adventure to Bolivia

The 36-year-old took to post a photo on Twitter along with a funny caption that acted more like a caution. He said that they were of to Bolivia and that if the duo did not return it was either because they were eaten by a jaguar or bitten by a snake or they found notorious narco Pablo Escobar's long lost treasure that includes billions of dollars buried in the forests. 

Here's Steyn's tweet:

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Dale Steyn hints disappointment after exclusion in T20 squad

The veteran pacer replied to a fan on Twitter, who pointed out that Steyn had been left out of the squad alongside a footnote at the end of the CSA's announcement, that said Chris Morris did not make himself available for selections.  

Dale Steyn took a subtle dig at the selectors as he replied to the fan and said that he had lost his number(chance) in the reshuffling of the coaching and management staff of the South African cricket team.

Despite the fan pressing Dale Steyn to reveal who the new selectors were, the pacer did not divulge into the details but simply apologized to Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Indian cricket fans.

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