Veteran leg-spinner Imran Tahir became the highest South African wicket-taker in World Cup history. Tahir completed the achievement after grabbing two wickets against Pakistan.
Tahir, who had made his international debut in 2011, now has 39 wickets in World Cup cricket. The 40-year-old is the oldest player in this edition of the World Cup. He overtook former South Africa fast bowler Allan Donald, who had taken 38 wickets in World Cup matches.
He now has 39 wickets for South Africa in World Cups, going past Allan Donald's 38!