5 Players Who Could Play Their Last World Cup In 2019

For a cricketer playing in the World Cup is the biggest achievement of his life. The tournament is held once every four years. Teams from around the world take part and fight for the coveted trophy.

The last World Cup of 2015 was held in Australia and New Zealand. Steve Smith led the Kangaroos and defeated the Kiwis to clinch the trophy. After 20 years, The World Cup will be held in England this year.

All the teams are currently preparing for the mega tournament. Many youngsters and veterans will be part of the grand event. However for some players this would definitely be their last World Cup tournament.

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Here we look at 5 players who will play their last mega tournament:

5. Imran Tahir

The leg break bowler made his debut for South Africa against West Indies during the 2011 World Cup, at the age of 32. This is because he became the citizen of South Africa in 2011 and then wore the national jersey.

He is one of the few players who played U19 cricket for Pakistan and international cricket for another country. Since his debut he has been one of South Africa’s consistent performers.

In the upcoming tournament he is expected to lead his country’s spin department. But unfortunately after this year’s World Cup, his age will be not on his side. As a result this might be his last World Cup for the Proteas.