World Cup 2019 came to a nervy end on Sunday with England clinching the trophy for the first time in the history. The Three Lions defeated New Zealand on the basis of boundaries count. Eoin Morgan became the first England captain to write history. It was after 27 years that England were playing a World Cup final, having played its previous final in 1992.
The summit clash saw few controversial acts but in the end, England emerged as the winner. The end of the tournament also saw few players drawing curtains to their careers. Here’s a look at four players who retired from international cricket (though not fully) after the end of 2019 World Cup –
Imran Tahir – Even before the team selection for the tournament, the South African leg-spinner had announced that 2019 World Cup would be his last and he has announced his retirement from international cricket.
Although he could be associated with the team as a bowling coach in time to come. Tahir scalped 11 wickets in nine matches. South Africa endured a poor run in the tournament and finished at the seventh spot in the points table.
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