This veteran player became a stunt man at the age of 39, will be stunned to see the feat Video

Dale Steyn, a part of Sunrisers Hyderabad’s coaching staff, performed amazing stunts

Dale Steyn is the legend of South Africa

Usually, when a cricketer retires, he becomes a coach or starts a new innings. Former South African fast bowler Dale Steyn Most have gone ahead. This fast bowler became a stuntman. This 39-year-old player showed such amazing performance on the skateboard that even the young players would be stunned. His video has become quite viral on social media.

Dale Steyn’s video went viral

Steyn is currently part of the IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad. The same franchise has shared a video on Twitter in which he was seen performing stunts. In the video, Stan performed stunts on a skateboard, showing his balance and talent. Sunrisers Hyderabad shared this video of him on his Twitter handle, for which he captioned that ‘Swag never goes’. Fans were quite surprised to see Dale Steyn’s video. He praised this star player by commenting. He is fiercely sharing this video on social media.

Dale Steyn will take part in the Legends League

Dale Steyn is going to participate in the second season of Legends League Cricket. Veteran fast bowler Dale Steyn said that the list of players who are playing is fantastic. We are going to have a lot of fun. Former England captain Eoin Morgan, Monty Panesar, India’s explosive batsman Virender Sehwag, spin bowler Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Mitchell Johnson, Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan, Australia’s Brett Lee and Shane Watson are confirmed to play in this league. have done.

Dale Steyn’s record is great

Dale Steyn is one of the leading wicket takers for his country South Africa. He took 439 wickets in 93 matches. He is also the highest wicket-taker in Test matches for South Africa. He played 125 ODI matches in his career in which he took 196 wickets. He has taken 64 wickets in 47 T20Is. Steyn has played for many teams in the IPL and has also been a part of their coaching staff. Players from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia and England participated in the first season of Legends League cricket.

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