South Africa and Sri Lanka were confronted in the fifth one-dayer on Saturday in New Zealand in Cape Town. With this match, South Africa's batting all-rounder JP Duminy and legspinner Imran Tahir have played the last ODI in the country. Recently, both of them announced their retirement from one-day cricket after England's World Cup. Duminy-Tahir's outgoing match in the country's 50-over cricket is due to the fact that there are no Proteas and ODI matches before the World Cup.
Left-handed middle-order batsman Duminy has played 194 ODIs for South Africa. 5980 runs at an average of 37.38, including four centuries and 27 half-centuries. 68 wickets in the right-arm offspin. However, for the jaw-dropping promise of winning the team by batting in any difficult situation, cricket fans will remember the sixth-highest run-scorer in South Africa's ODI team. After England retire from ODIs after the World Cup, he wants to play T-20 for the country.
On the other hand, right-arm leg-spinner Imran Tahir took 162 wickets in 98 ODIs for Proteas. One of the greatest spinners of contemporary cricket in ODI cricket is considered to be Tahir. After the England World Cup, Tahir will say goodbye to Waincade. But like Duminy, he wants to play T-Twenty for a while.
If he does not have the opportunity to bat in his last ODI match in the country, then JP Duminy has bowled. He did not get any wicket with the ball 16 runs in 3 overs. On the other hand, Imran Tahir took two wickets for 33 runs in 10 overs with a maiden in great bowling. However, both of them have won a great victory in their own home. South Africa beat South Africa by 5 runs in the fifth match