Cape Town: South African legend Dale Steyn, one of the world's most dangerous fast bowlers, has announced his retirement from Test cricket. Dale Steyn was injured for a long time. Steyn will continue in ODI and Test cricket. He was out of the ODI World Cup this year due to a shoulder injury. "I love this format, but I won't be able to play it anymore," Steyn said. I believe the Test format is the best in cricket.
This format takes your test mentally, physically and emotionally. Feeling very bad on not playing the Test match again. I will now focus on ODIs and T20s in my remaining career. I thank everyone in cricket." The 36-year-old Steyn had played only eight Test matches in the past three years and suffered a shoulder, groin and leg injury.
Dale Steyn has taken 439 wickets in 93 Tests. His best performance in an innings is 7 wickets for 51 runs, while his 11-wicket performance is his best in a match. Right-handed fast bowler Steyn made his debut against England in 2004, while he played the final Test of his career against Sri Lanka this year. Stan played both the matches at Port Elizabeth in South Africa.
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