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IPL vs PSL controversy: Dale Steyn apologises after Indians assault him on social media

PSL 2021: Dale Steyn celebrates after dismissing a Peshawar Zalmi batsman on Friday. Photo: AFP

South African quick bowler Dale Steyn issued an apology on social media for his feedback on the Indian Premier League (IPL) from a day earlier, when he stated the PSL and IPL centered extra on cricket when the Indian league was extra about earning money.

Taking to Twitter, Steyn cleared the air that he didn’t imply to insult the IPL or evaluate it to another cricket league.

“Social media and words out of context can often do that. My apologies if this has upset anyone. Much love,” he tweeted.

The Quetta Gladiators bowler stated that the IPL has been “nothing short of amazing in my career”.

“My apologies if this has upset anyone,” he added. “Much love.”

The South African pacer has had a formidable report so far as the IPL is anxious. The highest public sale worth for the quick bowler got here in consecutive seasons in 2014 and 2015, when Sunrisers Hyderabad snapped him up for INR 9.5 crore (approx. USD 1.three million at the moment). He has taken 97 IPL wickets at 6.91, making him one of the vital economical bowlers of the cricket league.


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