South African Bowler Imran Tahir has been one of the best wrist spinners in recent years. The leg-spinner was born in Lahore, Punjab and soon made his way to being highly rated in Pakistani junior cricket, having played for the Pakistan U-19 and Pakistan A teams as well. However, that love brought Imran Tahir to South Africa. CSK spinners followed the girl through England, without thinking about her cricket career.
Imran Tahir regrets not being able to represent Pakistan
Now, Imran Tahir has made a big revelation. The 41-year-old, who has represented South Africa for almost a decade now, said that he still regretted not being able to represent the Pakistani cricket team. When talking with Geo Super, Imran Tahir said that he used to play cricket in Lahore and that it played a major role in making him the player he is today. He added that he played most of his cricket in Pakistan but did not get the chance to represent them, which he was disappointed.
Imran’s wife Tahir Sumayya Dildar was praised by foot spinners for moving to South Africa. CSK spinners are married to Sumayya Dildar, a South African woman and has represented South Africa after being eligible to play for them, when she fulfilled the four-year stay in April 2009. Imran Tahir estimates it is difficult to leave Pakistan but God bless. he and his wife.
Imran Tahir continued his debut for South Africa at the 2011 Cricket World Cup. The CSK star made an instant impression and ended the tournament as Proteas’ second highest goalkeeper with 14 goals at an extraordinary economic level of 3.79. He then went on to represent South Africa in the Test and T20I as well. Imran Khan hung his boots from ODI (107 matches) and Test (20 matches) where he pocketed 173 and 57 wickets respectively. Imran Tahir still plays in T20Is and franchise-based leagues around the world.
Imran Tahir praised MS Dhoni a lot
Imran Tahir praised Chennai’s Super Kings Captain MS Dhoni and recalled the ‘special moment’ his son shared with Captain Cool. The veteran leg-spinner admitted that playing every game for the IPL team gave him goosebumps and that was a very special moment for him when he wore a CSK hat for the first time in 2018. The 41-year-old South African player, winner of a purple hat (prize for highest goalkeeper at the IPL) in the 2019 season, said the family atmosphere in the team made it special.
‘The Parashakti Express’ unearthed details of how his son had a special moment with MS Dhoni after the match against KXIP two years earlier when speaking with the social media administrator CSK. Reacting to MS Dhoni’s clip that took Tahir’s son in a fast-running race between Tahir Jr. and Watson Jr., the round guide praised MS Dhoni’s generous actions and praised him as captain and extraordinary human being. Furthermore, Imran Tahir said that his son would always remember that he had shared the field with the great MS Dhoni one day.
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