Imran Tahir and JP Duminy end ODI careers on a high

The ICC World Cup 2019 match between South Africa and Australia at Old Trafford on Saturday was the final ODI game for both JP Duminy and Imran Tahir, who ended in a win.

Duminy’s final innings with the bat accumulated 14 runs, while Tahir ended with respectable figures of 1-59 in his 9 overs. Tahir’s final wicket was Australian skipper Aaron Finch.

Skipper Faf du Plessis after the game said Tahir and Duminy were “absolute champions of human beings. Immy is the heartbeat of the team, JP the father figure.”

Duminy played a total of 199 ODIs for South Africa, scoring 5117 runs at an average of 36.81 which included 27 half-centuries and 4 centuries.

Tahir, meanwhile, played in 107 ODIs that saw him claim 173 wickets at an average of 24.83 which included 3 five-wicket hauls and 7 four-wicket hauls. ​

Source : Various