Cape Town – Rapid Proteas Player Dale Steyn insists he has a lot to offer the national team and dismissed any idea of retiring before a busy summer in South Africa.
Currently, Steyn is managing his trade for the English club Hampshire for the rest of the County Championship.
On Thursday, Steyn and his former teammate Kyle Abbott dismissed their team to a 113-race win in three days against Worcestershire.
Steyn was in good touch, returning with the figures of 3-25 and 3-41 . Meanwhile, Abbott took 6-39, including a hat-trick, to seal Hampshire's victory.
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admitted Steyn in an interview with BCCI.tv that he still has a lot to offer when it comes to playing international cricket.
"I still have a lot to offer, I'm only 35 years old and a lot of people would say, 'Oh 35 is pretty old' But I'm 35 in 23 years," Steyn said on the BCCI's official website.
"I am young and fit, yes, I have broken my shoulder for two years, there is nothing I can do about it … I still want to play a little more, but I would be very naive if I said: & # 39 No, I will not do anything & # 39 ;.
"I played cricket all my life, I got a PhD in fast bowling and it would be foolish not to contribute in any way".
Currently, Steyn is tied with Shaun Pollock as the all-time leader in South Africa in the test cricket with 421 scalps.
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