Dale Steyn is arguably one of the greatest pacers to have graced the game. And the Proteas bowling line-up clearly missed the services of the legendary pacer in the 2nd T20I against India. The Virat Kohli-led side demolished the visitors to all the parts of the ground and clinched a comfortable victory by seven wickets. However, Steyn took to Twitter and presented a piece of advice for the South African bowlers. The 36-year-old recommended his fellow countrymen to focus on line and length along with pace, and bounce back in the next game. The bowler also suggested Kagiso Rabada and Co. that they learn the lesson they got from the Indian batsmen. South Africa Vs India, Highlights And Cricket Score 2nd T20I Match.
“Pace is great, but being smart and knowing when and how to use it is even better. Best place to learn is in the middle, and Virat and co. teaching us a good lesson today. Back with a bang in the next boys!” wrote Steyn on social media. Ever since the retirement of Morne Morkel and dip in form of Dale Steyn, the Proteas bowling line-up has lost the sheen. However, bowlers like Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi have shown great promise and will want to fill the boots of the formers. Virat Kohli Surpasses Rohit Sharma to Become the Leading Run Scorer in T20Is, Achieves the Feat in 2nd India vs South Africa T20I 2019.
Pace is great, but being smart and knowing when and how to use it is even better.
Best place to learn is in the middle, and Virat and co teaching us a good lesson today.
Back with a bang in the next boys! #ProteaFire
— Dale Steyn (@DaleSteyn62) September 18, 2019
Focusing on the India vs South Africa T20I series, India have taken an impenetrable lead of 1-0 and will aim the clinch the series trophy while the Quinton de Kock-led side will want to bounce back and square the series. The third and final clash of the series will be played on September 22 and the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru will be the venue of the match. The Banglore-wicket has generally been a feast for the batsman which means the bowler’s job will be more difficult and the South African bowlers will rise to the challenge.