Dale Steyn, angered by comments about his “ hairstyle, ” blasted commentators on Twitter. News in Hindi

Karachi: South African fast bowler Dale Steyn targeted commentators during a 2021 Pakistan Super League (PSL) match for commenting on his hairstyle. Doing a dig at commentators, Stan (Dale Steyn) said on social media that he should focus on his job.

Dale Steyn was angered by New Zealand commentator Simon Dool’s comment, who commented on his long hair. Please say that this time the new look of Dale Steyn, who plays in Pakistan Super League, is much discussed. Dale Steyn plays for Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League.

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– — (@_maaaaz) February 27, 2021

The incident occurred during a PSL match between Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi, when New Zealand commentator Simon Dool commented on Dale Steyn’s long hair and described it as ‘the strait of life’ . While her fellow commentator called her a “ lockdown hairstyle. ”

Video of this comment by New Zealand commentator Simon Dool on Dale Steyn’s long hair went viral on social media, after which the South African fast pitcher took Simon Dool to the target.

Question
Which commentator said I was having a midlife crisis?

– Dale Steyn (@ DaleSteyn62) February 27, 2021

Dale Steyn said on social media: ‘If your job is to talk about sports then do it, but if you are commenting on someone’s weight, sexual interest, lifestyle and even hairstyle, so I have your say. being. That’s all I have to say.

If your job is to talk about gambling, then do it.
But if you are using that airtime to abuse someone for their weight, sexual choices, ethnicity, lifestyle, etc. or even her hairstyles, so I’m afraid I don’t have time for you as a human.
You and anyone else like it to be fair.

– Dale Steyn (@ DaleSteyn62) February 27, 2021

Please say Dale Steyn only took 2 wickets in his 2021 PSL debut game taking 44 races. Peshawar Zalmi reached the goal of 199 points against Quetta Gladiators with 3 balls in reserve.

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