Dale Steyn Reacts Furiously after a fan Undermines South Africa’s win over England

South Africa had a horrifying year in all three formats of the game especially in the World Cup where they managed to win only 3 games and finished the tournament, sitting at number 7 in the table. But Faf du Plessis and his men have ended the year on a high and ended the run of five successive losses when they beat England in the first Test at Centurion by 107 runs.

South Africa’s premium fast bowler Dale Steyn, who retired from Test cricket this year congratulated his side on Twitter after the remarkable victory.

“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,” he tweeted.

But the fast bowler lost his cool after a while when a fan from India commented “Playing at home! Chill out for god sakes” on his post. The fan wanted to mean that it is always easy to win games at home. But it didn’t go too well with the South Africa speedster as he replied to the fan saying “I guess India in India also doesn’t count than either…And just by the way, God has nothing to do with this. Idiot.”

Meanwhile, the newly appointed head coach Mark Boucher appreciated his side for the remarkable victory and insisted that there is still plenty of work to do.

“Just watching the guys walk in, there were a couple with lumps in their throats. It means a lot for them to win a game of Test cricket. There’s still a lot of work to be done for the rest of the series.”

“You can have one Quinny on your side, you probably can’t have eleven. You don’t want to hold a guy like him back because he can take the game away from the opposition very, very quickly”,  Boucher said.