🤣 wtf- Dale Steyn refuses to appeal lbw, UMPIRE GIVES IT OUT!


With Australia on cruise control at 2 for 181 with a lead of 299 during their second innings of the fourth Test against South Africa in the 2008-2009 summer of cricket, Dale Steyn was remarkably handed an LBW decision without appealing.

Bowling around the wicket at the left-handed Simon Katich, he struck him in the pads after the Australian opening batsman - who was on 61 at the time after scoring 47 during the first innings - walked across his stumps.

Steyn didn't appeal, but wicket keeper Mark Boucher did, and that was enough to convince umpire Asoka de Silva that it was going on to hit the stumps.

Australia would ultimately go on to take the match by 103 runs to win the dead rubber after South Africa had won the first two Tests of the summer in shock circumstances, including the incredible run chase of 4 for 414 in Perth during the first Test as Graeme Smith and AB De Villiers both hit fourth innings centuries.