IPL 2020: RCB players gather during a practice session.

After taking part in the primary two matches for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2020, South Africa quick bowler Dale Steyn’s position has been confined to mentoring the younger quicks of Royal Challengers Bangalore. RCB possess a bunch of promising pacers similar to Navdeep Saini, Mohammed Siraj, Isuru Udana and Shahbaz Ahmed and whereas Steyn is believed to have had a task to play of their development, the SA fast refrains from taking any credit score.

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“I want to take all the glory but I can’t unfortunately,” Steyn joked when Parthiv Patel requested him about serving to the younger RCB pacers in a video uploaded on RCB’s Twitter. “Everyone is actually keen to learn. The youngsters in the batting are learning from the top batsman Virat and ABD. Obviously, the same thing happening to the bowlers. They are all speaking to Chris (Morris) and myself. It’s nice to share knowledge.”

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Steyn weighed in on Siraj’s document bowling spell towards Kolkata Knight Riders on Wednesday. The 26-year-old fast produced beautiful figures of three/8, changing into the one bowler within the historical past of IPL to bowl two maidens in the identical match. Siraj’s exhibiting in Abu Dhabi was a stark distinction from his costly figures of 0/44 towards Kings XI Punjab. From that to give you a efficiency similar to this, Steyn reckons, reveals the character Siraj is made from.

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“They were amazing. I thought Siraj to comeback from his last game against Kolkata Knight Riders in Sharjah when he went for a couple of runs and perform like this shows the character that he is and what kind of class player he is,” Steyn defined. “Well done to him and I think everyone struck it together nicely tonight. One of those nights where things go your way.”


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