Dale Steyn debuted in international cricket in 2004, marking his maiden Test, against England in Port Elizabeth, with three wickets
Against New Zealand at Centurion in 2006, Steyn bagged the first five-wicket haul of his career
Two years down the line, he had his first 100 – Bangladesh's Junaid Siddique became his 100th Test scalp
His exploits came with plaudits – In 2008, Steyn received the ICC Player of the Year award
Steyn completed 200 Test Wickets a further two years down the line, in 2010, against West Indies
In 2013, the pursuit for greatness continued – he went past 300 Test wickets, scalping Australia's Doug Bracewell
During the 2015 ICC Men's ODI World Cup, Dale Steyn played his 100th ODI match where he picked two wickets.
It didn't take long for No.400 – In his 80th Test, in 2015, he scalped Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal for his 400th
In 2018, Steyn smashed his first and only ODI half-century which came against Zimbabwe.
After injuries delayed him, Steyn finally became South Africa's most prolific Test bowler, overtaking Shaun Pollock's 421 wickets, in 2019
Despite being in and out of the team due to injuries, Dale Steyn is South Africa's leading wicket-taker in the shortest format with 64 scalps.