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Dale Steyn Shuts Down An Indian Fan For Mocking South Africa Win

Dale Steyn Shuts Down An Indian Fan For Mocking South Africa Win: On Sunday, South Africa defeated England in the first match of the ongoing four matches Test series with a huge margin of 207 runs.

Dale Steyn Shuts Down An Indian Fan For Mocking South Africa Win: On Sunday, South Africa defeated England in the first match of the ongoing four matches Test series with a huge margin of 207 runs. South Africa has made a resounding comeback n the ongoing World Test Championship after a big win in the Boxing day Test match at the SuperSport Park in Centurion. Earlier in the test series against India, they had completely vanished with 0-3 margin.

After a stunning comeback in Test, South Africa’s former Test cricketer Dale Steyn comes up with a tweet to hails the team. The legendary fast bowler praised skipper Faf du Plessis and newly-appointed head coach Mark Boucher for the turnaround.

“Well done to the Proteas! Mark and Faf seem to have put together a team that looks hungry, has a fight, but above all look menacing with real intent towards their skill. All characteristics that I grew up with when I played under Smith and co. Gr8 to see the boys back! #proteas,” Dale Steyn wrote on Twitter.

Here is Dale Steyn’s Tweet (Dale Steyn Shuts Down An Indian Fan For Mocking South Africa Win)

As soon as the veteran former South African Dale Steyn made the tweet, an Indian fan decided to mock him for the win over England. However, the former pacer shuts down the fan with an epic reply, as he referred Team India in the reply. Actually, earlier the fan mocked Steyn with a logic of ‘playing at home’ is the reason behind South Africa success. Thereafter, the Proteas former cricketer shuts down the fan by saying that India’s victory on their home soil also doesn’t count if this win doesn’t matter for the Proteas.

“I guess India in India also doesn’t count then either… And just by the way, God has nothing to do with this. Idiot,” Steyn blasted the fan.

Now England and South Africa have to play the second test match of the series from January 3.

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