Teams Imran Tahir played for

TestSouth Africa (2011/12-2015/16)
ODISouth Africa (2010/11-2019)
International Twenty20South Africa (2013-2018/19)
 World XI (2017/18)
Main FCLahore City (1996/97-1997/98)
 Water and Power Development Authority (1998/99)
 REDCO Pakistan Limited (1999/00)
 Lahore Whites (2000/01)
 Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (2001/02-2003/04)
 Sialkot (2002/03)
 Middlesex (2003)
 Lahore Blues (2004/05)
 Pakistan International Airlines (2004/05-2006/07)
 Lahore Ravi (2005/06)
 Yorkshire (2007)
 Titans (2007/08-2009/10)
 Hampshire (2008-2014)
 Easterns (2008/09-2009/10)
 Warwickshire (2010)
 Dolphins (2010/11-2016/17)
 Lions (2012/13-2013/14)
 Nottinghamshire (2015-2016)
 Derbyshire (2017)
Main ListAWater and Power Development Authority (1997/98)
 Middlesex (2003)
 Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (2003/04)
 Staffordshire (2004-2005)
 Lahore Lions (2004/05-2005/06)
 Pakistan International Airlines (2005/06)
 Titans (2007/08-2008/09)
 Hampshire (2008-2011)
 Easterns (2008/09-2009/10)
 Warwickshire (2010)
 Dolphins (2010/11-2019/20)
 Lions (2012/13)
 Nottinghamshire (2015)
Main Twenty20Lahore Lions (2005/06)
 Titans (2007/08-2008/09)
 Hampshire (2009-2011)
 Warwickshire (2010)
 Dolphins (2011/12-2017/18)
 Lions (2012/13-2013/14)
 Delhi Daredevils (2014-2016)
 Nottinghamshire (2016)
 Rising Pune Supergiant (2017)
 Derbyshire (2017)
 Multan Sultans (2017/18-2021)
 Chennai Super Kings (2018-2021)
 Durham (2018)
 Guyana Amazon Warriors (2018-2020)
 Nelson Mandela Bay Giants (2018/19-2019/20)
 Surrey (2019)
 Birmingham Phoenix Men (2021)
Other FCPakistan A (2004/05)
 Cricket South Africa President's XI (2008/09)
 South Africa (2011/12-2015/16)
 South Africa A (2012)
 South Africans (2012-2012/13)
Other ListAPakistan A (2004/05)
 South Africa (2010/11-2019)
 South Africans (2012-2017)
 South African Invitation XI (2012/13)
Other Twenty20South Africa (2013-2018/19)
 World XI (2017/18)
Under-19 TestPakistan Under-19s (1996/97-1997/98)
Under-19 ODIPakistan Under-19s (1996/97-1997/98)
Second Eleven ChampionshipMiddlesex Second XI (2003)
 Durham Second XI (2004)
Second Eleven TrophySussex Second XI (2006)
 Warwickshire Second XI (2010)
Second Eleven Twenty20Hampshire Second XI (2011)
Lancashire LeagueHaslingden (2005)
 Todmorden (2006)
North Staffordshire and South Cheshire Premier LeagueNorton-in-Hales (2003)
 Moddershall (2004-2008)
 Meir Heath (2006)
World CupSouth Africa (2010/11-2019)
Twenty20 World CupSouth Africa (2013/14-2015/16)
Under-19 World CupPakistan Under-19s (1997/98)
Champions TrophySouth Africa (2017)
Indian Premier LeagueDelhi Daredevils (2014-2016)
 Rising Pune Supergiant (2017)
 Chennai Super Kings (2018-2021)
Caribbean Premier LeagueGuyana Amazon Warriors (2018-2020)
Pakistan Super LeagueMultan Sultans (2017/18-2021)
Twenty20 BlastHampshire (2009-2011)
 Warwickshire (2010)
 Nottinghamshire (2016)
 Derbyshire (2017)
 Durham (2018)
 Surrey (2019)
Mzansi Super LeagueNelson Mandela Bay Giants (2018/19-2019/20)
The HundredBirmingham Phoenix Men (2021)
County ChampionshipMiddlesex (2003)
 Yorkshire (2007)
 Hampshire (2008-2014)
 Warwickshire (2010)
 Nottinghamshire (2015-2016)
 Derbyshire (2017)
Quaid-e-Azam TrophyLahore City (1996/97-1997/98)
 REDCO Pakistan Limited (1999/00)
 Lahore Whites (2000/01)
 Sialkot (2002/03)
 Lahore Blues (2004/05)
 Lahore Ravi (2005/06)
SuperSport SeriesTitans (2007/08-2009/10)
 Dolphins (2010/11-2016/17)
 Lions (2012/13-2013/14)
MiscellaneousLahore City Whites Under-19s (1996/97)
 Lahore City Blues Under-19s (1997/98)
 Lahore City Whites (1998/99)
 Lahore City Blues (1999/00)
 Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (2002/03-2003/04)
 North (2004/05)
 The Rest (2004/05)
 Pakistan A (2004/05-2005/06)
 Pakistan Cricket Board Greens (2005/06)
 Pakistan XI (2005/06)
 Pakistan Cricket Board Patron's XI (2005/06)
 Marton (2007)
 World Masters (2009)
 Northerns (2009/10)
 Easterns (2009/10)
 South Africa (2010/11-2019)
 South Africans (2012-2018/19)
 Lashings World XI (2012)
 Mumbai Cricket Association XI (2015/16)
 Deccan Gladiators (2020/21)

 

 

 

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