The South African player Dale Steyn felt very much disobeying way after abusing by commentators during a match against Peshawar Zalmi.

Dale Steyn expresses displeasure over comments passed by the commentators during the ongoing PSL match held Gladiators game.
“Which commentator said I have a mid-life crisis?” Steyn questions on Twitter.

While the fast bowler didn’t mention any commentator expressing vexation on Twitter, it was obvious from his post that the bowler was referring to New Zealander Simon Doull.

Simon said “mid-life crisis with that hair” when TV screens showed Dale Steyn sitting in the dressing room during Quetta’s batting.

“If your job is to talk about the game, then do that. But if you use that airtime to abuse anyone for their weight, sexual choices, ethnic backgrounds, lifestyle, etc, or even hairstyles, then I am afraid I have no time for you as a human. You and anyone else like that to be fair,” the South African cricketer added on his second tweet.
It seems, Steyn got really hurt not only for Simon’s abusing commentary about him but also what would that be if there’re someone else not him!! .

Overall, facing all circumstances between a lot of ups and downs he said “It was a great time last night, fantastic to play in front of crowds again, cricket is so much better that way,” on his official tweeter account about playing his first game in PSL 6.

“We lost but hope to pull it together in our remaining games. Thanks for the support Have a great weekend everyone,” he said to conclude the series of tweets.