List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Malcolm Marshall

Malcolm Marshall , a right-arm fast bowler , represented the West Indies cricket team in 81 Tests between 1978 and 1992. [2] In cricket , a five-fork or haul (also known as a “five-for” ) [3] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings . This is Regarded as a significant achievement, [4] and only 41 bowlers-have taken at least 15 five-wicket hauls at international level In Their cricketing careers. [5] In Test cricket, Marshall took 376 wickets, including 22 five-wicket hauls. [2] [6] The cricket almanack Wisden described him as “one of the greatest fast bowlers of all time”, [7] and named him one of their Cricketers of the Year in 1983. [8]He was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame as an inaugural member in January 2009. [9] [10] [1] Mark Nicholas , a cricket commentator , ere wrote that form Pakistan captain , Imran Khan , Malcolm calls the greatest of all fast bowlers. [11] [8] He Was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame as an inaugural member in January 2009. [9] [10] [n 1] Mark Nicholas , a cricket commentator , wrote ounce That form Pakistan captain , Imran Khan , “calls Malcolm the greatest of all fast bowlers “. [11] [8] He Was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame as an inaugural member in January 2009. [9] [10] [n 1] Mark Nicholas , a cricket commentator , wrote ounce That form Pakistan captain , Imran Khan , “calls Malcolm the greatest of all fast bowlers “. [11]

Marshall made his Test debut in December 1978 against India at the Karnataka State Cricket Association Stadium , Bangalore . [2] [12] His first five-wicket haul came in March 1983 against the same team at Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain ; He took 5 wickets for 37 runs . [13] In December 1984, against Australia at the Adelaide Oval , he took a five-wicket haul in both innings of a test match for the first time. [14] He repeated this feat once more in His career, contre India at the Queen’s Park Oval in April 1989. [15] Marshall ‘ S career-best bowling figures for an innings were 7 wickets for 22 runs against England at Old Trafford , Manchester, in June 1988. [16] He took 9 wickets for 41 runs in the match; West Indies won the match by an innings and 156 runs, and he was awarded the man of the match for his performance. [17] Marshall was most successful against Australia taking seven five-wicket hauls. [16] He took ten or more wickets in a match on four occasions. [18] [16] He took 9 wickets for 41 runs in the match; West Indies won the match by an innings and 156 runs, and he was awarded the man of the match for his performance. [17] Marshall was most successful against Australia taking seven five-wicket hauls. [16] He took ten or more wickets in a match on four occasions. [18] [16] He took 9 wickets for 41 runs in the match; West Indies won the match by an innings and 156 runs, and he was awarded the man of the match for his performance. [17] Marshall was most successful against Australia taking seven five-wicket hauls. [16] He took ten or more wickets in a match on four occasions. [18]

Marshall made his One Day International (ODI) debut against England at Headingley , Leeds , during the 1980 Prudential Trophy . [19] He never took a five-wicket haul in ODIs; His career in the West Indies at the Melbourne Cricket Ground . [20] [21] As of 2013, Marshall is sixteenth overall among all-time combined five-wicket haul takers. [N 3]

Key

symbol Meaning
Dated Date the match was held, or starting date of the match for Test matches
Inn The innings of the match in which the five-wicket haul was taken
overs Number of overs bowled in that innings
runs Runs conceded
WKTS Number of wickets taken
Econ Bowling economy rate (average runs per over)
batsmen The batsmen whose wickets were taken in the five-wicket haul
result The result for the West
* One of two five-wicket hauls by Marshall in a match
Marshall selected as ” Man of the match “
10 wickets or more taken in the match

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test cricket by Malcolm Marshall
No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 11 March 1983 Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain  india 1 19.1 37 5 1.93
  • Dilip Vengsarkar
  • Ravi Shastri
  • Kapil Dev
  • Balwinder Sandhu
  • Maninder Singh
Won [13]
2 10 December 1983 Eden Gardens , Calcutta [n 4]  india 3 15 37 6 2.46
  • Dilip Vengsarkar
  • Shivlal Yadav
  • Ashok Malhotra
  • Ravi Shastri
  • Roger Binny
  • Kapil Dev
Won [22]
3 24 December 1983 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Madras [n 5]  india 2 26 72 5 2.76
  • Anshuman Gaekwad
  • Dilip Vengsarkar
  • Shivlal Yadav
  • Roger Binny
  • Kapil Dev
Drawn [23]
4 30 March 1984 Kensington Oval , Bridgetown  australia 3 15.5 42 5 2.65
  • Steve Smith
  • Greg Ritchie
  • Wayne Phillips
  • Geoff Lawson
  • Terry Alderman
Won [24]
5 28 April 1984 Sabina Park , Kingston  australia 3 23 51 5 2.21
  • Kim Hughes
  • David Hookes
  • Tom Hogan
  • Geoff Lawson
  • Rodney Hogg
Won [25]
6 28 June 1984 Lord’s Cricket Ground , London  England 1 36.5 85 6 2.30
  • Chris Broad
  • David Gower
  • Allan Lamb
  • Mike Gatting
  • Neil Foster
  • Bob Willis
Won [26]
7 12 July 1984 Headingley , Leeds  England 3 26 53 7 2.03
  • Graeme Fowler
  • Chris Broad
  • Allan Lamb
  • Paul Downton
  • Nick Cook
  • Derek Pringle
  • Paul Allott
Won [27]
8 9 August 1984 The Oval , London  England 2 17.5 35 5 1.96
  • Pat Pocock
  • Allan Lamb
  • Ian Botham
  • Paul Allott
  • Jonathan Agnew
Won [28]
9 23 November 1984 The Gabba , Brisbane  australia 3 34 82 5 2.41
  • John Dyson
  • David Boon
  • Terry Alderman
  • Geof Lawson
  • Bob Holland
Won [29]
10 7 December 1984 * Adelaide Oval , Adelaide  australia 2 26 69 5 2.65
  • Kepler Wessels
  • Steve Rixon
  • Allan Border
  • David Boon
  • Terry Alderman
Won [14]
11 7 December 1984 * Adelaide Oval , Adelaide  australia 4 15.5 38 5 2.40
  • John Dyson
  • Allan Border
  • Kim Hughes
  • Geoff Lawson
  • Terry Alderman
Won [14]
12 22 December 1984 Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  australia 2 31.5 86 5 2.70
  • Kepler Wessels
  • Greg Matthews
  • Steve Rixon
  • Craig McDermott
  • Rodney Hogg
Drawn [30]
13 26 April 1985 Kensington Oval , Bridgetown  New Zealand 3 25.3 80 7 3.13
  • Geoff Howarth
  • Ken Rutherford
  • Martin Crowe
  • Jeremy Coney
  • Ian Smith
  • Derek Stirling
  • Stephen Boock
Won [31]
14 7 November 1986 Gaddafi Stadium , Lahore  Pakistan 1 18 33 5 1.83
  • Mohsin Khan
  • Rizwan-uz-Zaman
  • Qasim Umar
  • Asif Mujtaba
  • Wasim Akram
Won [32]
15 22 April 1988 Kensington Oval , Bridgetown  Pakistan 3 23 65 5 2.82
  • Rameez Raja
  • Javed Miandad
  • Aamer Malik
  • Wasim Akram
  • Abdul Qadir
Won [33]
16 2 June 1988 Trent Bridge , Nottingham  England 1 30 69 6 2.30
  • Graham Gooch
  • Chris Broad
  • Mike Gatting
  • Allan Lamb
  • Derek Pringle
  • John Emburey
Drawn [34]
17 16 June 1988 Lord’s Cricket Ground , London  England 2 18 32 6 1.77
  • Graham Gooch
  • Chris Broad
  • Allan Lamb
  • Paul Downton
  • Paul Jarvis
  • Graham Dilley
Won [35]
18 30 June 1988 Old Trafford , Manchester  England 3 15.4 22 7 1.40
  • Graham Gooch
  • Mike Gatting
  • David Gower
  • David Capel
  • Paul Downton
  • Graham Dilley
  • Phillip DeFreitas
Won [17]
19 26 January 1989 Sydney Cricket Ground , Sydney  australia 2 31 29 5 0.93
  • Geoff Marsh
  • Allan Border
  • Ian Healy
  • Peter Taylor
  • Trevor Hohns
Lost [36]
20 7 April 1989 Kensington Oval , Bridgetown  india 3 26 60 5 2.30
  • Navjot Singh Sidhu
  • Mohammad Azharuddin
  • Kapil Dev
  • Kiran More
  • Arshad Ayub
Won [37]
21 15 April 1989 * Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain  india 2 17 34 5 2.00
  • Arun Lal
  • Navjot Singh Sidhu
  • Ravi Shastri
  • Sanjay Manjrekar
  • Kapil Dev
Won [15]
22 15 April 1989 * Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain  india 4 19.5 55 6 2.77
  • Arun Lal
  • Woorkeri Raman
  • Dilip Vengsarkar
  • Sanjay Manjrekar
  • Kiran More
  • Chetan Sharma
Won [15]

Notes

  1. Jump up^ TheInternational Cricket Councilis abbreviated as ICC.
  2. Jump up^ Karnataka State Cricket Association Stadium has since been renamed the Mr. Chinnaswamy Stadium.
  3. Jump up^ Marshall shares the position withAllan Donald,Makhaya Ntini,Daniel VettoriandDale Steyn. [6]
  4. Jump up^ Calcutta has since been renamed as Kolkata.
  5. Jump up^ Madras has since been renamed as Chennai.

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