Dream to represent Pakistan at the International level didn’t come true: Imran Tahir

Imran Tahir celebrating after taking wicket
Dream to represent Pakistan didn't come true(Getty)

The Lahore-born 43-year-old Imran Tahir tweaker claimed that despite not being selected to play for Pakistan, he didn’t lose courage and continued on his path.

 As the mentor of the Bahawalpur Royals in the current season of the Pakistan Junior League, Tahir shared his story during a lecture (PJL).

“I’ve never lost courage in my life. I have done packing jobs at shops. No one would call me to bowl. At trials, I was asked who had sent me. I have successfully played at every level in Pakistan, but the dream to represent the country didn’t come true,” Tahir was quoted as saying.

“I would advise cricketers never to lose courage and look for opportunities. I am an example for the world and have been playing cricket for the last 22 years,” Tahir added.

“I am thankful to South Africa for giving me the opportunity. I was finding a chance and benefitted from it when it was given to me,” he stated.

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