The 37-year-old veteran fast bowler took to Twitter on Wednesday (March 3) to defend his statement and added that it was taken out of context in social media. “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,” Steyn tweeted. “My apologies if this has upset anyone.” IPL has been nothing short of amazing in my career, as well as other players too. — Dale Steyn (@DaleSteyn62) March 3, 2021 Steyn’s apology came a day after he claimed on the sidelines of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), that money is given more importance than the game in the IPL and the other leagues are more rewarding compared to the cash-rich league. “I think when you go to the IPL, there are such big squads and so many big names and so much emphasis on maybe the amount of money players earn and everything like that, so sometimes, somewhere down the line, cricket gets forgotten,” Steyn, who was part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore squad in the last IPL held… Read full this story
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