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According to Dale Steyn PSL is more rewarding than IPL

Dale Steyn clarified his decision to opt-out of the Indian Premier League (IPL) this year and said “more satisfying as a player” play in other T20 leagues. Steyn is part of the Pakistan Super League Quetta Gladiators team in Karachi (PSL).

Steyn said that the IPL’s significant teams and “how many big faces” take care of the Cricket, focusing on how much money players receive. The Cricket is forgotten somewhere on the road, Steyn said.

South Africa’s greatest Fast bowler Dale Steyn said it is less satisfying to play in the Indian Premier League than to play in others in terms of the importance of Cricket. He has also appeared in the IPL at the Big Bash, Caribbean Premier League, Lanka Premier League, T20 Blast and other T20 tournaments worldwide.

Steyn’s thinking about IPL

Where IPL is the most competitive and the world’s largest T20 competition, Dale Steyn thinks it is more rewarding to play in the other cricket leagues. The senior bowler currently plays in Pakistan Super League for Quetta Gladiators (PSL).

Dale Steyn told us that Cricket is sometimes forgotten during money discussions about his experience of the IPL. 

In 2020, Dale Steyn went through an unfortunate campaign in which he had fought to get into Bangalore’s play XI. He played three games overall and managed to get only one wicket.

“I wanted some time off. I think anywhere it is more rewarding as a player to play in these other cricket leagues. According to Dale Steyn in between big squads big amount cricket is forgotten it’s own game.

His career in IPL

All in all, Dale Steyn was in 95 IPL games with Bangalore, Deccan Chargers, Sunrisers Hyderabad, and Guiara Lions, representing Royal Challengers. In his IPL career, he collected 97 wickets and maintained an impressive 6.91 economy.

From IPL 2021 Dale Steyn pulled out

In the past, Dale Steyn was one of such teams as Deccan Chargers, SunRisers Hyderabad, Gujarat Lions, and Bangalore Royal Challengers. In 2020, but before the 2021 season, the South African pacer was part of RCB’s team and In the latest edition of PSL, Steyn represents the Quetta Gladiators, led by Sarfaraz Ahmed.

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