WATCH: USA staff teaches former SA pacer Dale Steyn to bowl as he failed to recognize him; video goes viral

In a recent encounter with the USA staff in the nets, Steyn was asked not to chuck while bowling. To know more about this, read the article.

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The world knows South Africa's legendary pace bowler, Dale Steyn. He is a fantastic bowler who bowled extremely well throughout his career and needs no introduction. He was a walking nightmare for the batters and was famous for his deadly bowling and neat action. However, in a recent encounter with the USA staff in the nets, Steyn was asked not to chuck while bowling. While the pacer remained humble throughout the match, the US staff taught him how to bowl and then handed him the ball to practice. 

The video went viral on social media as the viewers loved the way Steyn was humble enough to let the staff teach him how to bowl. The best part was Steyn listening to him and following his instructions. 

Steyn is a part of the commentary panel for the ICC T20 World Cup 2024. The legendary pacer has a lot of awards under his name including the ICC 2008 Test Cricketer of the Year and Wisden's Leading Cricketer in the World in 2013. Moreover, he was also the No.1 bowler in the ICC Test rankings for a record 263 weeks from 2008 to 2014. 

'Lots of different conditions as we move around' - Skipper Aiden Markram on pitch conditions

Captain Aiden Markram was quite elated after an easy win against Sri Lanka. Hence, he spoke about the pitch conditions and how they will have to adapt to situations quickly due to a lot of travel. 

"We try as much as we can to take the pitch out of it, we can take some learnings from it and we are experienced. Lots of different conditions as we move around, fortunately we have our next two here so we know what's coming but it's important to adapt as we go ahead," said Aiden Markram at the post-match presentation.

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