JP Duminy and Imran Tahir share what they are going to miss about ODI cricket.
After 106 ODIs in which he wheeled off in wild celebrations after claiming 172 wickets, Imran Tahir is ready to play his last 50-over game for South Africa, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
The Proteas’ World Cup woes should not overshadow a much-needed grand farewell for the one-of-a-kind Imran Tahir, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Imran Tahir revealed how honoured he is to play his 100th ODI for the Proteas when they take on Bangladesh in the World Cup.
While South Africans have been worried about the fitness of their star fast bowlers Dale Steyn and Kagiso Rabada ahead of the World Cup in England, JOHN GOLIATH is more concerned about the well-being of the Proteas’ 40-year-old leg-spinner Imran Tahir.
The Proteas dominated in the 2019 IPL season, with Imran Tahir topping the wicket charts, Kagiso Rabada finishing second and Quinton de Kock ending third on the run-scoring charts.
Imran Tahir took his wickets tally to 24 for the campaign, one behind Kagiso Rabada at the top of the 2019 IPL wicket-takers list.
Imran Tahir’s cunning, control and guile have given the Proteas’ powerful pace attack an extra dimension in white-ball cricket, writes ZAAHIER ADAMS.
Watch how Imran Tahir climbed to 21 wickets in the 2019 IPL, just four behind Kagiso Rabada.
Imran Tahir took his wickets tally to 21 for the season with an incredible 4-12 that skittled the Delhi Capitals for 99 runs, and helped claim an 80-run win for the Chennai Super Kings.
Quinton de Kock contributed 15 to his side’s 155-4, while Imran Tahir took his season tally to 17 wickets as the Mumbai Indians beat the Chennai Super Kings by 46 runs.
Imran Tahir says that despite his retirement from international cricket he has no intention of leaving the game behind completely.
Proteas leg-spinner Imran Tahir will retire from ODI cricket after the 2019 World Cup in the United Kingdom.
Imran Tahir of the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants speaks to the media after his side’s clash with the Cape Town Blitz at Newlands on 21 November 2018 in the Mzansi Super League.
Leg-spinner Imran Tahir relished bowling with the new ball, as South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 34 runs in Tuesday’s first Twenty20 International against Zimbabwe at Buffalo Park in East London.