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Speedster Dale Steyn to lead the pace attack of Melbourne Stars in BBL19/20
After the signing of Former South African captain AB de Villiers by Brisbane Heats, Melbourne Stars also did not waste any time to sign one of the world’s fastest bowler Dale Steyn for this season.
Dale Steyn announce his retirement from test cricket after the Cricket World Cup 2019 in England, Steyn wants to continue the shorter format of the game for his countryside however he was not picked in South Africa’s three-match T20I against India.
Steyn is having a great experience in T20 cricket, playing 201 matches having 231 wickets to his name and bowls with an average of 21.64, Steyn also had experience playing in IPLT20 for many seasons.
After the joining of both stars AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn, this season BBL19 is worth to watch.