Imran Tahir has been a champion cricketer winning innumerable matches for his side single-handedly. The 40-year-old bid farewell to ODI cricket after South Africa’s premature exit from the ICC World Cup 2019. Tahir played his last game against Australia where the Proteas registered a 10-run win over the Aussies.
Tahir concluded his ODI career with 173 wickets in 107 matches with the best figures of seven for 45. The leg-spinner, who is a globetrotter, will continue to represent South Africa in the shortest format of the game. Tahir had an average World Cup claiming 11 wickets from nine games and was economical bowling at a rate just over 4.5.