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List of cricketers by number of international five-wicket hauls

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Muttiah Muralitharan has the highest number of five-wicket hauls in Test and international cricket[1]
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Billy Midwinter took the first five-wicket haul in the inaugural Test
Richard Hadlee in 1989 during a book signing session
Richard Hadlee has the highest number of five-wicket hauls for a fast bowler and the second highest overall[1]
Shane Warne at Eureka 89 in February 2015
Shane Warne has the third highest number of five-wicket hauls[1]
Anil Kumble in action during 2008 South Africa tour of India - 1st Test in Chennai
Anil Kumble has the fourth highest number of five-wicket hauls[1] and is the second cricketer to capture all 10 wickets in an innings,[2] after Jim Laker[3]
Waqar Younis during Pakistan's 2010 tour of England when he was the Bowling coach of the Pakistan national cricket team
Waqar Younis has the highest number of five-wicket hauls in ODI cricket[4]
Anisa Mohammed in November 2014
Anisa Mohammed has the highest number of five-wicket hauls in Women's cricket - 8 across ODI and T20I formats
Shakib Al Hasan is one of seven cricketers who have taken at-least a five-wicket haul in all three international format and he is only one to do so in this list
Betty Wilson in 1951
Betty Wilson has four five-wicket hauls and is one of the seven women cricketers in ICC Cricket Hall of Fame[5]

In cricket, a five-wicket haul – also known as a five-for or fifer[6] – refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[7] This list is a compilation of total five-wicket hauls taken by international cricketers, split between different formats and presents a good view to compare performance of bowlers in all 3 formats of the game that are played at an international level.

Test cricket is the longest form of the sport of cricket and is considered its highest standard[8][9] for both batsmen and bowlers. Today, Test matches are scheduled to be played across five consecutive days. Bowlers have no limit on the number of overs that they can bowl. Also, since each team can potentially play two innings, bowlers of each team get the opportunity to bowl at the opposition twice. The first officially recognised Test match took place on 15–19 March 1877 and was played between England and Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).[10]

One Day International (ODI) cricket is a form of limited overs cricket, played between two teams with international status, in which each team faces a fixed number of overs, usually 50. Bowlers are allowed a maximum of 10 overs in ODI cricket. The first ODI was played on 5 January 1971 between Australia and England at the MCG.[11] Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket is a form of limited overs cricket, played between two of the international members of the International Cricket Council (ICC), in which each team faces twenty overs. Bowlers are allowed a maximum of 4 overs in T20I cricket. The first Twenty20 International match between two men's sides was played on 17 February 2005, involving Australia and New Zealand.[12]

In December 2018 in the 2nd T20I against West Indies, Shakib became the eighth cricketer to take at least one five wicket-haul in all three formats who is currently at 24th position in this list.[13]

Key[edit]

Key
^ Inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame
ǂ Denotes player who is still active
N/A Indicates player did not play in that format

Men's cricket[edit]

Players from all teams that are full members of the International Cricket Council (ICC), except Ireland, have five-wicket hauls in a Test.[lower-alpha 1][15]

The first player to record a five-wicket haul in a Test innings was Australian Billy Midwinter in the second innings of the first Test cricket match ever played. The opponents were England. In the same match, two other players - Alfred Shaw of England and Australian Tom Kendall also recorded five-wicket hauls.[16][17] Nasim-ul-Ghani is the youngest player to record five-wicket haul, at 16 years and 303 days.[18] Bert Ironmonger is the oldest player to record five-wicket haul, capturing two five-wicket hauls in a match at 49 years and 311 days.[19][20] Two cricketers - Jim Laker[3] and Anil Kumble[2] hold the distinction of taking all 10 wickets in the innings. In the same match where Jim Laker took all wickets in the innings, he captured 19 wickets in the match, the most wickets ever captured by a bowler in a Test match. By December 2018, 150 cricketers had taken five-wicket hauls on Test debut five-wicket haul on debut in a Test match.[21] Of these, nine cricketers have taken two five-wicket hauls on their Test debut, including four from England, two from Australia and one each from India, South Africa and the West Indies.

Dennis Lillee recorded the first five-wicket haul in ODI cricket, taking 5 wickets for 34 runs in 12 overs against Pakistan at Headingley in 1975.[22][23] Chaminda Vaas has the best haul in ODIs, taking 8 wickets for 19 runs against Zimbabwe in 2001 in Colombo.[22][24] Mujeeb Ur Rahman (16 years 325 days) and Sunil Dhaniram[lower-alpha 2] (39 years and 256 days) are the current record holders for youngest and oldest cricketers to record a five-wicket haul in ODI cricket.[25] By December 2018, 13 five-wicket hauls have been taken by players on their ODI debut.[26]

Umar Gul recorded the first five-wicket haul in T20Is, taking 5 wickets for 6 runs in 3 overs against New Zealand at The Oval in 2009.[27] Deepak Chahar has the best haul in T20I taking 6 wickets for 7 runs against Bangladesh at Nagpur in 2019.[28] Rashid Khan (18 years 171 days) and Imran Tahir (37 years 327 days) are the current record holders for youngest and oldest cricketers to record a five-wicket haul in T20I cricket.[29]

Muthiah Muralitharan has the highest number of five-wicket hauls, with 77 across Test and ODI cricket. His haul of 67 five-wicket hauls is the highest in Test cricket. With 13 five-wicket hauls, Waqar Younis holds the highest number of five-wicket hauls in ODI cricket. 6 players - Umar Gul, Ajantha Mendis, Lasith Malinga, Tim Southee, Imran Tahir, Kuldeep Yadav and Bhuvneshwar Kumar have taken at least one five-wicket haul in every format.[30] Ajantha Mendis and Umar Gul are the only cricketers with multiple five-wicket hauls in all formats of the game. They also have the joint distinction of the most T20I five-wicket hauls.[31]

To date, 49 cricketers have taken 15 or more five-wicket hauls[32] and 26 of whom went on to take 20 or more five-wicket hauls.[33] Nine players have taken 30 or more five-wicket hauls in their international career across the three formats.[34]

Most five-wicket hauls in men's cricket[1]
Rank Player Period Teams Test ODI T20I Total 10 wickets
in a match
1 Muttiah Muralitharan^ 1992–2011  Sri Lanka/Asia/ICC 67 10 0 77 22
2 Richard Hadlee^ 1973–1990  New Zealand 36 5 N/A 41 9
3 Shane Warne^ 1992–2007  Australia/ICC 37 1 N/A 38 10
4 Anil Kumble^ 1990–2008  India/Asia 35 2 N/A 37 8
5 Glenn McGrath^ 1993–2007  Australia/ICC 29 7 0 36 3
6 Rangana Herath 1999–2018  Sri Lanka 34 0 1 35 9
Waqar Younis^ 1989–2003  Pakistan 22 13 N/A 35 5
8 Wasim Akram^ 1985–2002  Pakistan 25 6 N/A 31 5
James Anderson ǂ 2003–2020  England 29 2 0 31 3
10 Dale Steyn ǂ 2004–2020  South Africa/Africa 26 3 0 29 5
11 Harbhajan Singh 1998–2016  India/Asia 25 3 0 28 5
12 Ravichandran Ashwin ǂ 2011–2021  India 27 0 0 27 7
Ian Botham^ 1977–1992  England 27 0 N/A 27 4
14 Curtly Ambrose^ 1988–2000  West Indies 22 4 N/A 26 3
15 Sydney Barnes^ 1901–1914  England 24 N/A N/A 24 7
Dennis Lillee^ 1971–1984  Australia 23 1 N/A 24 7
Imran Khan^ 1971–1992  Pakistan 23 1 N/A 24 6
Kapil Dev^ 1978–1994  India 23 1 N/A 24 2
19 Courtney Walsh^ 1984–2001  West Indies 22 1 N/A 23 3
20 Allan Donald 1991–2003  South Africa 20 2 N/A 22 3
Malcolm Marshall^ 1978–1992  West Indies 22 0 N/A 22 4
Makhaya Ntini 1998–2011  South Africa/ICC 18 4 0 22 4
Daniel Vettori 1997–2015  New Zealand/ICC 20 2 0 22 3
24 Clarrie Grimmett^ 1925–1936  Australia 21 N/A N/A 21 7
Shakib Al Hasan ǂ 2006–2019  Bangladesh 18 2 1 21 2
Shaun Pollock 1996–2008  South Africa/Africa/ICC 16 5 0 21 1
27 Mitchell Starc ǂ 2010–2021  Australia 13 7 0 20 2
28 Saqlain Mushtaq 1995–2004  Pakistan 13 6 N/A 19 3
Brett Lee 1999–2012  Australia 10 9 0 19 0
Stuart Broad ǂ 2007–2020  England 18 1 0 19 3
31 Graeme Swann 2008–2013  England 17 1 0 18 3
Lance Gibbs^ 1958–1976  West Indies 18 0 N/A 18 2
Nathan Lyon ǂ 2011–2021  Australia 18 0 0 18 3
34 Fred Trueman^ 1952–1965  England 17 N/A N/A 17 3
Abdul Qadir 1977–1993  Pakistan 15 2 N/A 17 5
Derek Underwood^ 1966–1982  England 17 0 N/A 17 6
Yasir Shah ǂ 2011–2021  Pakistan 16 1 0 17 3
38 Terry Alderman 1981–1991  Australia 14 2 N/A 16 1
BS Chandrasekhar 1964–1979  India 16 0 N/A 16 2
Shoaib Akhtar 1998–2011  Pakistan/Asia/ICC 12 4 0 16 2
Graham McKenzie 1961–1971  Australia 16 N/A N/A 16 3
Richie Benaud^ 1952–1964  Australia 16 N/A N/A 16 1
Bob Willis 1971–1984  England 16 0 N/A 16 0
Chaminda Vaas 1994–2009  Sri Lanka/Asia 12 4 0 16 2
45 Alec Bedser 1946–1955  England 15 N/A N/A 15 5
Danish Kaneria 2000–2010  Pakistan 15 0 N/A 15 2
Craig McDermott 1984–1996  Australia 14 1 N/A 15 2
Mitchell Johnson 2007–2015  Australia 12 3 0 15 3
Tim Southee ǂ 2008–2021  New Zealand 11 3 1 15 1


Last updated: 13 December 2020

Women's cricket[edit]

The first player to record a five-wicket haul in a Test innings was England's Myrtle Maclagan in the first innings of the first Test match ever played. The opponents were Australia. In the same match, two other players - Australian Anne Palmer and England's Mary Spear also recorded five-wicket hauls.[35] India's Neetu David holds the distinction of taking the highest number of wickets in Test innings - 8 wickets against England at Jamshedpur in 1995.[36] In the same match where Jim Laker captured all wickets in the innings, he captured 19 wickets in the match, the most wickets ever captured by a bowler in a Test match. As of December 2018, 13 cricketers have taken five-wicket hauls on Test debut five-wicket haul on debut in a Test match.

Tina Macpherson[37] and Glenys Page[38] recorded the first five-wicket haul in Women's One Day International cricket (WODI) taking 5/14 and 6/20 against Young England and Trinidad and Tobago on 23 June 1973 - the first day of the inaugural Women's Cricket World Cup. Sajjida Shah has the best haul in WODI cricket, taking 7 wickets for 4 runs against Japan in 2003 in Amsterdam.[39] Macpherson and Page are two of only five players to take a five-wicket haul during their WODI debut, the others being India's Purnima Choudhary, Laura Harper of England and Felicity Leydon-Davis from New Zealand.[40]

The first five-wicket haul in a Women's Twenty20 International (WT20I) match was taken by New Zealand's Amy Satterthwaite against England on 16 August 2007.[41] Satterthwaite took six wickets for 17 runs,[42] the first six-wicket haul in the international format. The best bowling figures in an innings was taken by Botswana's's Botsogo Mpedi who returned figures of 6 for 8 against Lesotho during the Botswana 7s tournament in Gaborone in August 2018.[43] Mpedi is also the only bowler to take a five-wicket haul on WT20I debut.[44]

As of November 2018, Anisa Mohammed has the most five-wicket hauls in Women's cricket.[45] Her 8 five-wicket hauls have come in WODI and WT20I cricket and she has not played Test cricket. Shubhangi Kulkarni and Mary Duggan have the joint highest five-wicket hauls in Test cricket, with 5 five-wicket hauls. Betty Wilson is the only woman cricketer with multiple 10 wicket hauls in a match.[46]

As of January 2019, 13 women cricketers have taken 4 or more five-wicket hauls across all formats.

Most five-wicket hauls in women's cricket[47][48][49]
Rank Player Period Teams Test ODI T20I Total 10 wickets
in a match
1 Anisa Mohammedǂ 2003–2018  West Indies N/A 5 3 8 N/A
2 Cathryn Fitzpatrick 1991–2007  Australia 2 4 0 6 0
Katherine Bruntǂ 2004–2018  England 2 4 0 6 0
4 Jhulan Goswamiǂ 2002–2018  India 3 2 0 5 1
Shubhangi Kulkarni 1976–1991  India 5 0 N/A 5 0
Mary Duggan 1949–1963  England 5 N/A N/A 5 0
Sune Luusǂ 2012–2018  South Africa N/A 4 1 5 N/A
Jackie Lord 1966–1979  New Zealand 4 1 N/A 5 1
9 Ellyse Perryǂ 2007–2018  Australia 2 2 0 4 0
Betty Wilson^ 1948–1958  Australia 4 N/A N/A 4 2
Shaiza Khan 1997–2004  Pakistan 2 2 0 4 1
Jo Chamberlain 1987–1995  England 2 2 N/A 4 0

Last updated: 17 January 2019

See also[edit]

  • List of cricketers who have taken five-wicket hauls on Test debut
  • List of cricketers who have taken five-wicket hauls on One Day International debut
  • List of cricketers who have taken five-wicket hauls on Women Test debut

Notes[edit]

  1. The teams are Australia, England, New Zealand, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Ireland, Afghanistan, South Africa and the West Indies.[14]
  2. playing for Canada

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