Steyn’s hamstring a regard for South Africa

Steyn’s hamstring a regard for South Africa


Dale Steyn smiles while fielding, South Africa v Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Port Elizabeth, Nov 27, 2013

Dale Steyn stays an damage regard for South Africa forward of a World T20. He left a margin after bowling 2.2 overs in their warm-up compare opposite Bangladesh A with “some narrowing in his hamstring,” according to CSA on Twitter. South Africa’s T20 captain Faf du Plessis did not play a diversion also given of a hamstring strain.

The compare was Steyn’s initial tour given a third Test opposite Australia during a start of a month. He had stretched his right hamstring after bowling 10.1 overs in a initial innings of a Newlands Test, and usually took a margin again in Australia’s second innngs, when he bowled 3 overs. Steyn was afterwards left out of a three-match T20 array that followed so that he could redeem for a World T20.

Before a group left South Africa for Bangladesh on Mar 15, their manager Mohammad Moosajee pronounced Steyn was in a final proviso of his recovery. He was carefree Steyn would be prepared for a warm-ups and assured that he would be fit in time for a categorical tournament.

Moosajee was likewise confident about South Africa’s other bowling worry, Morne Morkel, who had a shoulder niggle. Morkel bowled his full share of 4 overs opposite Bangladesh A.

South Africa have a second warm-up diversion opposite Pakistan on Wednesday before their initial diversion of a World T20 opposite Sri Lanka on Mar 22.

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