Be scared Zimbabwe, be very scared. Hold your breath guys, the ‘Steyn’ attack is all set to make a comeback.
South African veteran pacer Dale Steyn is all set to make a comeback to international cricket after almost two years after he was included in South Africa squad for the three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe.
His recurring injuries (shoulder and ankle injuries) kept the 35-year-old bowler out of action for a really long time in recent years and he recently made it clear that he will most likely take retirement from the shorter format of the game by playing the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England.
Steyn did play two-test series against Sri Lanka in July but he could not perform well for the team and took only 2 wickets. He played his last ODI against Australia in October 2016.
The World Cup would be his last chance to serve his country in ODIs. He will try his level best to be a match-winner, like he used to be, for his team.
Sports Journalist by profession, a Cricket Fanatic by passion. Aayush Sharma has been following the game of cricket since childhood and considers Sachin Tendulkar as his idol. When in free time, he loves to read books or go out and play some gully cricket with friends. For him, Tennis ace Roger Federer and F1 Legend Michael Schumacher are the only sportspersons that reach the level of Tendulkar