Dale Steyn has lashed out at former New Zealand cricketer Simon Doull after his 'mid-life crisis' comment on him during the ongoing PSL 6.

Veteran South African pacer Dale Steyn has lashed out at former New Zealand cricketer Simon Doull after his ‘mid-life crisis’ comment on him during the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2021.

Steyn, who is playing his trade for the Quetta Gladiators in the ongoing 6th edition of PSL, took to Twitter to express his displeasure over the cricketer-turned commentator’s on-air remarks on his long hair.

The 37-year-old returned figures of 2 for 44 as Quetta lost the game by 3 wickets against the Peshawar Zalmi in a nail-biting encounter on Friday. During Quetta’s innings, Steyn was picked out by the cameras when he was sitting in the dugout.

Doull made a comment on Styen’s shoulder-length hairs which did not go down well with him. “Question Which commentator said I have a mid-life crisis?” – Steyn tweeted on Saturday, asking his fans.

A twitter user posted a video clip that showed Doull commenting on Steyn’s hair.

“A little mid-life crisis with that hair,” Doull had said.

“lockdown hair,” his fellow-commentator David Gower replied.

“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 im afraid I have no time for you as a human. You and anyone else like that to be fair,” Dale Steyn tweeted.

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