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| On May 5, 2021 6:08 PM IST

Dale Steyn roasts Indian fan brutally after IPL postponement. Here’s the conversation


Dale Steyn Twitter Conversation: It is clearly a big disappointment for all the fans as the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) has been called off with immediate effect after major covid-19 crisis within the team camps. This big decision came after Wriddhiman Saha from Sunrisers Hyderabad, Amit Mishra from Delhi Capitals, Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier from the Kolkata Knight Riders contracted the deadly virus even while playing the tournament in robust bio-secure bubble environment. And now, South African speedster Dale Steyn has come up with a controversial tweet as a reply to a fan after the suspension of the IPL.

Dale Steyn Tweet

Dale Steyn faced a lot of criticism over his controversial statement of picking the Pakistan Super League (PSL) over the Indian Premier League. Steyn’s statement did not go well in the Indian audience as he became the prime target of all the cricket fanatics. The Proteas fast bowler also faced the heat when the PSL was postponed amidst several coronavirus cases and now with the IPL 2021 season being suspended due to similar reasons, Steyn did make use of this opportunity to give a fitting reply to a fan who mocked him for the T20 League’s postponement in Pakistan.

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On March 4, the user tweeted, “More time at hand for @DaleSteyn62 to figure out which of PSL or IPL is better. Perhaps also accounting for the fact that once started, the IPL managed to finish!”

“Haha you’re funny” Steyn replied at that time.

After exactly two months, Dale Steyn once again reopened the conversation with a sly dig by writing, “Hi”.

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IPL 2021: Dale Steyn wishes for the safety of players

Doing away from the above conversation, Dale Steyn also came out with another Twitter post where he prayed for all the players present in India right now to safely travel to their respective homes. The veteran South African speedster further also mentioned that this virus certainly has no favourites in wishing get well soon to all the participants who have contracted the virus.

“Covid don’t care. It has no favorites. Get well to those sick and hopefully, everyone else will get home safe and in good health,” Steyn tweeted.

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