new Delhi: Now the whole world is eagerly waiting for IPL 2022. Fans are completely crazy to watch IPL. At the same time, 10 teams are going to participate in IPL once again from this year. Now there is less than 10 days left for this wonderful league to start. Meanwhile, the world’s deadliest bowler has reached India for the preparations for the IPL.
India reached the world’s deadliest bowler
South African pace legend Dale Steyn arrived in India on Thursday to begin his new innings as the bowling coach of Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL) starting here on March 26. The 38-year-old Steyn, who retired in August last year, will join Sunrisers Hyderabad’s coaching staff which includes head coach Tom Moody, batting coach Brian Lara and spin bowling coach Muttiah Muralitharan.
happy after return
Steyn has taken 97 wickets in 95 matches for Sunrisers Hyderabad. He said in a video posted by the franchise, ‘Yes, I am very happy after returning. I have been in India for some time so I am very excited to be back. Driving through the airport brought back so many memories. He said, ‘I have been here before, with the South African team or with the IPL teams, so I am very excited. A new role for me, a coaching role that I am really excited about. This is a completely new role of watching players which is fantastic. I am ready to take the field. Steyn had said goodbye to Test cricket in 2019 and did commentary in the T20 World Cup after finishing his international career in August.
Steyn is the best fast bowler
As one of the greatest fast bowlers of all time, Steyn has taken 439 wickets in 93 Tests at an average of 22.95. Apart from this, he has taken 196 wickets in 125 ODIs and 64 wickets in 47 T20Is. Steyn has played 95 IPL matches representing Deccan Chargers, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Gujarat Lions and Royal Challengers Bangalore, in which he took 97 wickets.
Like Steyn, this will be Lara’s first coaching assignment in T20 franchise cricket. In a career spanning over 17 years, Lara has established himself as one of the greatest left-handed batsmen in the world. He scored 11,953 runs in 131 Test matches at an average of 52.88, including 34 centuries, 9 double centuries and 48 half-centuries.