Edited By Tarun Vats | Agencies Updated: 28 Jul 2020, 05:41:00 PM IST
South African leg-spinner Imran Tahir finally managed to leave Pakistan after four months. He has been staying in Pakistan since March due to travel restrictions due to the Covid-19epidemic. The Pakistan-born South African bowler left for the West Indies on Sunday, where he is scheduled to take part in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
Tahir had come to Pakistan to participate in the Pakistan Super League but had to stay in Lahore due to travel restrictions following the suspension of the league. Sources close to the cricketer said, “He hails from Lahore and stayed here till the travel ban is lifted.”
Tahir, 41, has played 20 Tests, 107 ODIs and 38 T20 Internationals so far. He has 57 wickets in Tests, 173 in ODIs and 63 wickets in T20 International. He plays in many T20 leagues around the world including IPL, PSL, CPL.