African quick bowling legend Dale Steyn on Sunday said that he will show up in the Pakistan Super League this year. Steyn will show up for double cross bosses Islamabad United in the association which will be held from February 20 to March 22.
“Hi everyone in Pakistan. Only a fast message to state that I am very eager to come over and join Islamabad United,” Dale Steyn in a video that he tweeted on Sunday. He at that point continued to give subtleties of entrances where fans can purchase passes to the matches.
“Come and watch us play, truly anticipating it and I’ll see you all at the games. Cheers!”
This is will be the first occasion when that the PSL is played altogether in Pakistan with the urban communities of Karachi, Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi facilitating the matches.
There has been hypothesis over to what degree Steyn will have the option to partake in the PSL considering South Africa’s constrained overs duties in that period.
Dale Steyn is presently with the Proteas for their T20I arrangement against England which finishes up on February 16. Their resulting ODI and T20I arrangement against Australia and India correspond with the dates that the PSL will be held.
Dale Steyn, 36, resigned from Test cricket as South Africa’s unequaled most elevated wicket taker in August 2019 to drag out his profession in serious cricket, and as of late said that he is anticipating the T20 World Cup later in the year.