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Injured Dale Steyn may miss rest of Test series

Injured Dale Steyn may miss rest of Test series

"Understandably he was disappointed, but he will try his best to recover as quickly as possible".

Steyn was making a comeback after November 2016 and his fifth match since November 2015.

"We will have a leading ankle surgeon look at him tomorrow and get an opinion". Steyn is not going to bowl in the match, but may bat if needed.

A team spokesman said the injury was being assessed and treated. He was later seen limping as he came back to the ground and his participation in the rest of the match - and the series - is in doubt.

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Dale Steyn might've made his mark again but his return to Test cricket ended in dismay on Saturday after he limped off midway through his 18 over in the first Test against India at Newlands.

The 34-year-old paceman, regarded as one of the game's great fast bowlers, has been plagued by problems with that shoulder and only played eight Tests in three years before his return this week.

Moosajee emphasised that the injury was in "no way related to his bowling loads or previous injuries", of which there have been several in the past two years.

A lengthy recovery period followed and many thought Steyn would not play global cricket again but he kept at it and returned to action in this match.

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Steyn had taken two wickets for 51 runs in the first innings, taking his career total of Test wickets to 419, two short of Shaun Pollock's all-time South African record. "We would, though, like him to be non-weight-bearing". "Otherwise Temba would have to bowl again", Rabada joked, even though Bavuma is not in the starting XI.

His lack of first-class game time was certainly an issue leading into this series-opener with India, but Steyn bowled with good pace and swing for 18.3 overs over the course of the past two days.

Someone like Rabada, for example, was really freed up to "let it go" and did so quite venomously at times, at one stage bowling three or four deliveries on the trot at more than 145km/h and showing a zeal for rapping fingers, midriffs or ribs, into the bargain.

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