Updated June 6th, 2024 at 17:47 IST

'Who is Steyn?': USA staff teaches bowling to legend Dale Steyn, SA great's reaction PRICELESS

Dale Steyn, who is an institution in himself when it comes to pace and swing bowling, was seen taking lessons from a local trainer in the USA.

Dale Steyn | Image:@TheAnishh
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Dale Steyn, who is an institution in himself when it comes to pace and swing bowling, was seen taking lessons from a local trainer in the USA. Unaware of who he is rendering a tutorial to the staff teacher demonstrated the legendary South African pacer how to aim and release the ball towards the stumps. As he went with the flow, Steyn turned out to be a fast learner for the coach and hit the bullseye in the first go.

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Oblivious local staff teacher renders bowling lesson to Dale Steyn

The ICC T20 World Cup 2024 has kicked off in the West Indies and USA and is slowly picking up steam. As the players are showcasing their skills on the field, some of the former players are also making their presence felt in the tournament, largely being at the commentary box putting out their expert views. Dale Steyn on the other hand has seemingly taken a tour of the local surroundings and bumped into a mini alley, where the game of hitting the stumps could be played. He entered the site and after getting a quick rewind of the thing he has made a name for in international cricket, Steyn showcased that he has still got it.

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Dale Steyn's career in a nutshell

Dale Steyn is a legendary South African fast bowler known for his pace, swing, and accuracy. Making his Test debut in 2004, Steyn played 93 Tests, claiming 439 wickets, the most for South Africa. In ODIs, he took 196 wickets in 125 matches, and in T20Is, 64 wickets in 47 games. Steyn dominated the ICC Test bowler rankings, holding the top spot for a record 263 weeks. Notable for performances like his 7/51 against India in 2010, his career was occasionally hindered by injuries. Post-retirement in 2021, he has transitioned to coaching and commentary.

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Published June 6th, 2024 at 17:47 IST