List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Glenn McGrath

Glenn McGrath , a retired international Australian cricketer , took a number of five-wicket hauls during his career. In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a “five-for” or “fifer”) [1] [2] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings . This is Regarded as a significant achievement, [3] and Fewer than 40 bowlers-have taken more than 15 five-wicket hauls at international level In Their cricketing careers. [4] [5]

McGrath made his test debut in November 1993, against New Zealand , [6] but it was not until March 1995 that he took his first five-wicket haul in Australia’s victory over the West Indies in Barbados; His performance earned him the man of the match award. [7] He has been in a defeat in Trinidad. [8] McGrath took 10 of his 29 Test five-wicket hauls in The Ashes (the traditional name for Test matches between Australia and England ). During the 1997 Ashes series , McGrath “humiliated” England, taking eight wickets in a single innings at Lord ‘ s and Restricting England to 77, the lowest total in Any Test match at the ground since 1888. [9] A month later, he Dismissed seven English batsmen in the first innings at The Oval purpose DESPITE thesis performance, Australia Did not win Either Test match. [10] [11] The 2001 Ashes series saw McGrath make four five-wicket hauls in consecutive matches. He twice took five-wicket hauls in both innings of a test match – in March 1999 he dismissed five West Indian batsmen in each of the first innings of the Frank Worrell Trophy ; [12] In The Following Year, He Took ten wickets contre India at the Sydney Cricket Ground . [13]

Having made his first international day (ODI) in December 1993, [6] McGrath took his first one-day five-wicket haul in the final year of the Will’s Triangular Series against Pakistan . [14] Australia won Each of the seven ODI matches in qui McGrath Took a five-wicket haul, and McGrath Was Given the man of the match award one of These six occasions. Retiring from international cricket in 2007, [15] he took 29 five-wicket hauls in Test Cricket and 7 in ODIs. As of October 2009, he is fifth overall in all-time test five-wicket haul takers, [4] and fourth in the ODI list. [5]

Key

  • Date – Date the match was held. Starting date of the match for Test matches.
  • Overs – Number of overs bowled in that innings.
  • Runs – Runs conceded.
  • Wkts – Number of wickets taken.
  • Batsmen – The batsmen whose wickets were taken in the five wicket haul.
  • Econ – Bowling economy rate (average runs per over).
  • Inn – The innings of the match in which the five wicket haul was taken.
  • Result – The result for the Australian team in that match.
  • ♠ – McGrath was selected player of the match .
  • * – 10 wickets or more taken in the match.

Tests

No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 31 March 1995 ♠ Kensington Oval , Bridgetown , Barbados  West Indies 4 22.0 68 5 3.09
  • SC Williams
  • BC Lara
  • WKM Benjamin
  • CEL Ambrose
  • CA Walsh
Won [7]
2 21 April 1995 Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain , Trinidad  West Indies 2 21.5 47 6 2.15
  • RB Richardson
  • BC Lara
  • KLT Arthurton
  • JR Murray
  • CEL Ambrose
  • CA Walsh
Lost [8]
3 17 November 1995 Bellerive Oval , Hobart  Pakistan 4 24.3 61 5 2.48
  • Saleem Elahi
  • Moin Khan
  • Wasim Akram
  • Mushtaq Ahmed
  • Waqar Younis
Won [16]
4 26 December 1995 ♠ Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  Sri Lanka 2 23.4 40 5 1.69
  • RS Mahanama
  • UC Hathurusingha
  • PA of Silva
  • GP Wickramasinghe
  • M Muralitharan
Won [17]
5 26 December 1996 Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  West Indies 2 30 50 5 1.66
  • SL Campbell
  • S Chanderpaul
  • BC Lara
  • JR Murray
  • IR Bishop
Lost [18]
6 21 March 1997 Centurion Park , Gauteng Province , South Africa  South Africa 2 40.4 86 6 2.11
  • G Kirsten
  • AM Bacher
  • DJ Cullinan
  • JH Kallis
  • DJ Richardson
  • BN Schultz
Lost [19]
7 19 June 1997 ♠ Lord’s , London  England 1 20.3 38 8 1.85
  • MA Butcher
  • MA Atherton
  • AJ Stewart
  • N Hussain
  • JP Crawley
  • RDB Croft
  • D Gough
  • AR Caddick
Draw [10]
8 21 August 1997 Kennington Oval , London  England 1 21 76 7 3.61
  • MA Butcher
  • MA Atherton
  • AJ Stewart
  • N Hussain
  • GP Thorpe
  • MR Ramprakash
  • PJ Martin
Lost [11]
9 7 November 1997 Brisbane Cricket Ground , Brisbane  New Zealand 4 17 32 5 1.88
  • BA Young
  • NJ Astle
  • SP Fleming
  • CD McMillan
  • SB Doull
Won [20]
10 22 October 1998 National Stadium, Karachi  Pakistan 2 25 66 5 2.64
  • Shahid Afridi
  • Ijaz Ahmed
  • Inzamam ul Haq
  • Moin Khan
  • Shakeel Ahmed snr
Draw [21]
11 20 November 1998 ♠ Brisbane Cricket Ground , Brisbane  England 2 34.2 85 6 2.47
  • MA Butcher
  • GP Thorpe
  • DG Cork
  • D Gough
  • AD Mullally
  • ARC Fraser
Draw [22]
12 5 March 1999 * Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain , Trinidad  West Indies 2 14 50 5 3.57
  • SL Campbell
  • DRE Joseph
  • PT Collins
  • CEL Ambrose
  • M Dillon
Won [12]
13 5 March 1999 * Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain , Trinidad  West Indies 4 10 28 5 2.80
  • DRE Joseph
  • JC Adams
  • RD Jacobs
  • RIC Holder
  • CEL Ambrose
Won [12]
14 13 March 1999 Sabina Park , Kingston, Jamaica  West Indies 2 35 93 5 2.65
  • SL Campbell
  • LA Roberts
  • BC Lara
  • DRE Joseph
  • JC Adams
Lost [23]
15 26 March 1999 Kensington Oval , Bridgetown , Barbados  West Indies 4 44 92 5 2.09
  • SL Campbell
  • PT Collins
  • JC Adams
  • RD Jacobs
  • NO Perry
Lost [24]
16 2 January 2000 * Sydney Cricket Ground , Sydney  india 1 18.5 48 5 2.54
  • MSK Prasad
  • R Dravid
  • SR Tendulkar
  • A Kumble
  • J Srinath
Won [13]
17 2 January 2000 * Sydney Cricket Ground , Sydney  india 3 17 55 5 3.23
  • MSK Prasad
  • R Dravid
  • SC Ganguly
  • A Kumble
  • AB Agarkar
Won [13]
18 23 November 2000 * Brisbane Cricket Ground , Brisbane  West Indies 1 20 17 6 0.85
  • BC Lara
  • S Chanderpaul
  • RD Jacobs
  • M Dillon
  • M Black
Won [25]
19 19 July 2001 Lord’s , London  England 1 24 54 5 2.25
  • MA Atherton
  • MA Butcher
  • GP Thorpe
  • AJ Stewart
  • C White
Won [26]
20 2 August 2001 Trent Bridge , Nottingham  England 1 18 49 5 2.72
  • MA Atherton
  • MA Butcher
  • AJ Stewart
  • Ian Ward
  • C White
Won [27]
21 16 August 2001 Headingley , Leeds  England 2 30.2 76 7 2.50
  • MA Atherton
  • ME Trescothick
  • N Hussain
  • U Afzaal
  • AJ Tudor
  • D Gough
  • AD Mullally
Lost [28]
22 23 August 2001 Kennington Oval , London  England 3 15.3 43 5 2.77
  • MA Atherton
  • ME Trescothick
  • U Afzaal
  • J Ormond
  • PCR Tufnell
Won [29]
23 22 February 2002 New Wanderers Stadium , Johannesburg  South Africa 3 12.3 21 5 1.68
  • JH Kallis
  • N Boje
  • M Ntini
  • A Nel
  • AA Donald
Won [30]
24 1 July 2004 ♠ Marrara Oval , Darwin  Sri Lanka 2 15 37 5 2.46
  • MS Atapttu
  • ST Jayasuriya
  • DNT Zoysa
  • TT Samaraweera
  • RP Arnold
Won [31]
25 16 December 2004 Western Australia Cricket Association Ground , Perth  Pakistan 4 16 24 8 1.50
  • Salman Butt
  • Imran Farhat
  • Younis Khan
  • Yousuf Youhana
  • Abdul Razzaq
  • Inzamam ul Haq
  • Kamran Akmal
  • Shoaib Akhtar
Won [32]
26 10 March 2005 Jade Stadium , Christchurch  New Zealand 1 42 115 6 2.73
  • NJ Astle
  • CD McMillan
  • BB McCullum
  • JEC Franklin
  • IE O’Brien
  • CS Martin
Won [33]
27 21 July 2005 ♠ Lord’s , London  England 2 18 53 5 2.94
  • ME Trescothick
  • AJ Strauss
  • MP Vaughan
  • IR Bell
  • A Flintoff
Won [34]
28 11 August 2005 Old Trafford , Manchester  England 3 20.5 115 5 5.52
  • ME Trescothick
  • AJ Strauss
  • KP Pietersen
  • IR Bell
  • A Flintoff
Draw [35]
29 23 November 2006 Brisbane Cricket Ground , Brisbane  England 2 23.1 50 6 2.15
  • AJ Strauss
  • AN Cook
  • KP Pietersen
  • GO Jones
  • AF Giles
  • JM Anderson
Won [36]

One Day Internationals

No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 30 October 1994 ♠ Gaddafi Stadium , Lahore  Pakistan 2 10 52 5 5.20
  • Inzamam ul Haq
  • Ijaz Ahmed
  • Basit Ali
  • Wasim Akram
  • Waqar Younis
Won [14]
2 24 January 1999 ♠ Adelaide Oval , Adelaide  Sri Lanka 2 10 40 5 4.00
  • ST Jayasuriya
  • RS Kaluwitharana
  • MS Atapattu
  • HP Tillakaratne
  • A Ranatunga
Won [37]
3 30 May 1999 ♠ Old Trafford , Manchester  West Indies 1 8.4 14 5 1.61
  • SL Campbell
  • JC Adams
  • BC Lara
  • M Dillon
  • CA Walsh
Won [38]
4 4 February 2000 Sydney Cricket Ground , Sydney  Pakistan 2 9.3 49 5 5.15
  • Saeed Anwar
  • Ijaz Ahmed
  • Moin Khan
  • Wasim Akram
  • Saqlain Mushtaq
Won [39]
5 15 September 2002 ♠ Sinhalese Sports Club Ground , Colombo  New Zealand 2 7 37 5 5.28
  • SP Fleming
  • MS Sinclair
  • L Vincent
  • SB Styris
  • JDP Oram
Won [40]
6 27 February 2003 ♠ North West Cricket Stadium , Potchefstroom  namibia 2 7 15 7 2.14
  • AJ Burger
  • M Karg
  • D Keulder
  • GB Murgatroyd
  • DB Kotze
  • LJ Burger
  • BL Kotze
Won [41]
7 6 February 2005 ♠ Sydney Cricket Ground , Sydney  Pakistan 2 7.4 27 5 3.52
  • Kamran Akmal
  • Mohammad Hafeez
  • Inzamam ul Haq
  • Abdul Razzaq
  • Naved-ul-Hasan
Won [42]

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