New Delhi: Dale Steyn has apologized for criticizing the IPL tournament. He has said that he had no intention of ‘degrading or insulting’ the world’s largest franchise-based T20 cricket tournament.
Legendary fast bowler Dale Steyn of South Africa said that his statement was widely exaggerated on social media that cricket was often forgotten in the IPL. is.
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Stan tweeted, ‘.The IPL has been great in my career, for other players as well. I never intended to demean it, insult or compare it to any other league. This happens many times due to social media and words being exaggerated.
IPL has been nothing short of amazing in my career, as well as other players too.
My words were never intended to be degrading, insulting, or comparing of any leagues.
Social media and words out of context can often do that.
My apologies if this has upset anyone.
– Dale Steyn (@ DaleSteyn62) March 3, 2021
He said, ‘If I have disappointed anyone with this, then I ask a lot for it.’ Significantly, Dale Steyn has been part of RCB, Deccan Chargers, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Gujarat Lions in IPL.
Stan claimed on the other hand of Pakistan Super League-6 (PSL-6) that in the IPL, more money is given importance than sports, after which he apologized. Stan is playing for Quetta Gladiators in this league.
Stan said that this is one of the reasons why he does not participate regularly in this tournament. The South African player has now tried to end the controversy by apologizing.