South African paceman Dale Steyn is back in the national colors after remaining absent from the team for 11 months. During this time, he featured in few franchise based T20 leagues and recorded sturdy shows to remind everyone about his prowess.
Steyn was the third-highest wicket-taker in the Mzansi Super League (MSL), in Big Bash League (BBL) he hunted 5 scalps at 16.20 in his short stint for Melbourne Stars. Now, he looks determined to continue a good show for South Africa and claim a spot for this year’s T20 World Cup which is scheduled to take place in Australia.
Reviewing his national return, the veteran of 93 Tests, 125 ODIs and 45 T20Is, said that he loves playing for South Africa and would continue to do so as long as he can contribute properly. However, the 36-year old admitted that he won’t be there for long so he will reassess his future after the conclusion of T20 World Cup. Moreover, he promised to give all he has to make the rainbow nation win the showpiece event down under.