Dale Steyn could be close to a return after tweeting about his shoulder injury on Thursday.
Proteas speedster Dale Steyn is aiming to be back in training by February, after a lengthy time on the sideline.
Dale Steyn takes over Nissan South Africa’s twitter account to answer some interesting questions from the fans.
Proteas team manager Dr Mohammed Moosajee has confirmed that Dale Steyn’s shoulder operation has been a success.
Proteas doctor, Mohammed Moosajee, says that Dale Steyn is likely to undergo surgery for a ‘bony stress reaction’, as his series comes to an end. Continue reading
Dale Steyn has been ruled out of the Australian Test series after breaking his shoulder while bowling.
David Warner was undone by the commentator’s curse after Mark Nicholas mentions that he’s never been dismissed in the 90s. Continue reading
Ex-Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson believes Mitchell Starc will reach 400 Test wickets quicker than Dale Steyn did.
Dale Steyn is relishing the prospect of playing at a venue which has provided the Proteas with so much success.
Dale Steyn, Vernon Philander, Kagiso Rabada, Kyle Abbott and Morne Morkel take two wickets each as they familiarise themselves with the pink ball in hand. Continue reading
An on-fire Dale Steyn is going to be central to the Proteas’ chances of success Down Under. Featured in the latest edition of SA…
The Proteas are considering returning to the old days and fielding an all-pace attack in perhaps two of the three Tests in Australia.
Pre-match press conference with Proteas interim captain Faf du Plessis ahead of the Australian clash tomorrow. Continue reading
If stats are anything to go by, Dale Steyn is the greatest fast bowler in Test history.
Dale Steyn has moved back to No 1 in the ICC bowling rankings following his excellent displays against New Zealand.