In the Premier League (LPL), South African fast bowler Dale Steyn will be seen playing for the Candy Tuskers team. Candy Tuskers tweeted Stan with his official handle on Sunday, informing him of joining the team. The Tuskers tweeted that we are thrilled to announce that Dale Steyn, one of the greatest bowlers of our time, will join the team. It is noteworthy that earlier this week, the Candy Tuskers were dealt a major blow by the withdrawal of West Indies batsman Chris Gayle from the tournament.
We are also thrilled to announce that one of the greatest bowlers of all time @ DaleSteyn62 will join the Kandy Tuskers squad!
– Kandy Tuskers (@KandyTuskers) November 22, 2020
South African fast bowler Dale Steyn also confirmed this news by tweeting. He tweeted that see you soon in Sri Lanka. I will join my team Candy Tuskers this week. It would be fun to meet my old friends and play cricket with them.
See you soon Sri Lanka 🇱🇰
I’ll be joining up with my team @KandyTuskers later this week
Should be fun to see old friends and compete in some good cricket! 4
– Dale Steyn (@ DaleSteyn62) November 22, 2020
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For the 37-year-old Stan, the recently concluded 13th season of IPL was nothing special and he only got a chance to bowl in two matches while playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore in which he could not show anything special. Earlier, the captain of Galle Gladiators team in the Premier League (LPL) was handed over to former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi.
The 40-year-old Shahid Afridi has scored 1416 runs in 99 T20 matches so far. He recently played for the Multan Sultans team in Pakistan Super League in Karachi. In this tournament, he took three wickets in two matches and scored 12 runs. It is worth noting that the event of Lanka Premier League starts from 26 November and a total of 23 matches will be played in it. The final of this tournament will be played on 16 December.
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