List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by BS Chandrasekhar

BS Chandrasekhar is an international cricketer who represented the Indian cricket team between 1964 and 1979. [1] In cricket, a five-wicket haul refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings . This is Regarded as a significant achievement, [2] and 40 bowlers-have taken at least 15 five-wicket hauls at the international level as of July 2017. [3] Chandrasekhar played as a leg spin bowler Who FORMED apart of the Indian spin Quartet . [note 1] [5] Described by West Indies cricketer Viv Richards as the “most difficult” bowler, [6] Chandrasekhar Took 16 five-wicket hauls During His international career. Richie Benaud is an Australian legend . [7] Chandrasekhar was affected by polio at the age of five which weakened his right arm. [8] He started as a left-arm bowler but gradually shifted to his right arm as he could offer more spin. [8] Richie Benaud is an Australian legend . [7] Chandrasekhar was affected by polio at the age of five which weakened his right arm. [8] He started as a left-arm bowler but gradually shifted to his right arm as he could offer more spin. [8] Richie Benaud is an Australian legend . [7] Chandrasekhar was affected by polio at the age of five which weakened his right arm. [8] He started as a left-arm bowler but gradually shifted to his right arm as he could offer more spin. [8] [8] He started as a left-arm bowler but gradually shifted to his right arm as he could offer more spin. [8] [8] He started as a left-arm bowler but gradually shifted to his right arm as he could offer more spin. [8]Chandrasekhar made his Test debut in 1964 against England at the Brabourne Stadium , claiming four wickets for 67 runs in the first innings. [9] His first five-wicket haul cam against West Indies two years later at the same venue. Chandrasekhar’s bowling figures of six wins for 38 runs in 1971 were instrumental in setting up India’s first victory in England. It was the Indian Noted as “Bowling Performance of the Century” by Wisden in 2002. [10] His bowling performance in the previous season led to English being white _him_ named one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 1972. [11] His career-best figures for 79 runs against England at the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground in December 1972. Chandrasekhar took a pair of five-wicket hauls for his career. For 104 runs against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground ; The performance was effective in ensuring India’s first victory in Australia. [1] In Tests, he was most successful against England taking eight fifers. [12] Chandrasekhar Took a pair of five-wicket hauls for the only time in His career When He Took 12 wickets for 104 runs contre Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground ; The performance was effective in ensuring India’s first victory in Australia. [1] In Tests, he was most successful against England taking eight fifers. [12] Chandrasekhar Took a pair of five-wicket hauls for the only time in His career When He Took 12 wickets for 104 runs contre Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground ; The performance was effective in ensuring India’s first victory in Australia. [1] In Tests, he was most successful against England taking eight fifers. [12]

Chandrasekhar played his only One Day International in February 1976 against New Zealand in Eden Park . He claimed three wins for 36 runs in the match that India lost by 80 runs. [13]

Key

symbol Meaning
Dated Day the Test started or ODI was held
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
batsmen The batsmen whose wickets were taken in the five-wicket haul
Econ Bowling economy rate (average runs per over)
result The result for the Indian team
Chandrasekhar was selected “Bowler of the Match”
10 wickets or more taken in the match
One of two five-wicket hauls by Chandrasekhar in a match

Tests

List of five-wicket hauls taken by BS Chandrasekhar in Test cricket
No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 13 December 1966 Brabourne Stadium , Mumbai  West Indies 2 61.5 157 7 2.53
  • Robin Bynoe
  • Rohan Kanhai
  • Basil Butcher
  • Clive Lloyd
  • David Holford
  • Jackie Hendriks
  • Charlie Griffith
Lost [14]
2 22 June 1967  [note 2] Lord’s Cricket Ground , London  England 2 53 127 5 2.39
  • Ken Barrington
  • Dennis Amiss
  • Basil D’Oliveira
  • John Murray
  • Ray Illingworth
Lost [15]
3 19 August 1971 Kennington Oval , London  England 3 18.1 38 6 2.09
  • Brian Luckhurst
  • John Edward
  • Keith Fletcher
  • Ray Illingworth
  • John Snow
  • John Price
Won [16]
4 20 December 1972 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground , Delhi  England 2 41.5 79 8 1.88
  • Barry Wood
  • Keith Fletcher
  • Tony Lewis
  • Alan Knott
  • Geoff Arnold
  • Pat Pocock
  • Derek Underwood
  • Bob Cottam
Lost [17]
5 30 December 1972 Eden Gardens , Kolkata  England 2 26.2 65 5 2.46
  • Dennis Amiss
  • Mike Denness
  • Alan Knott
  • Derek Underwood
  • Bob Cottam
Won [18]
6 12 January 1973 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Chennai  England 1 38.5 90 6 2.31
  • Dennis Amiss
  • Tony Greig
  • Tony Lewis
  • Chris Old
  • Norman Gifford
  • Pat Pocock
Won [19]
7 6 February 1973 Brabourne Stadium , Mumbai  England 2 46.1 135 5 2.92
  • Graham Roope
  • Alan Knott
  • Tony Greig
  • Jack Birkenshaw
  • Geoff Arnold
Drawn [20]
8 24 January 1976 Eden Park , Auckland  New Zealand 1 30 [note 3] 94 6 2.35
  • John Morrison
  • Glen Turner
  • John Parker
  • Dayle Hadlee
  • David O’Sullivan
  • Hedley Howarth
Won [21]
9 7 April 1976 Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain  West Indies 1 32.2 120 6 3.71
  • Roy Fredericks
  • Lawrence Rowe
  • Alvin Kallicharran
  • Clive Lloyd
  • Deryck Murray
  • Raphick Jumadeen
Won [22]
10 21 April 1976 Sabina Park , Kingston  West Indies 2 42 153 5 3.64
  • Vivian Richards
  • Alvin Kallicharran
  • Clive Lloyd
  • Deryck Murray
  • Bernard Julien
Won [23]
11 14 January 1977 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Chennai  England 3 20.5 50 5 2.40
  • Dennis Amiss
  • John Lever
  • Mike Brearley
  • Derek Randall
  • Derek Underwood
Lost [24]
12 28 January 1977 Chinnaswamy Stadium , Bangalore  England 2 31.2 76 6 2.42
  • Dennis Amiss
  • Mike Brearley
  • Roger Tolchard
  • Tony Greig
  • Derek Underwood
  • Bob Willis
Won [25]
13 30 December 1977 Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  australia 2 14.1 [footnote 3] 52 6 2.76
  • Gary Cosier
  • Craig Serjeant
  • Bob Simpson
  • Steve Rixon
  • Wayne Clark
  • Jeff Thomson
Won [26]
14 30 December 1977 Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  australia 4 20 [note 3] 52 6 1.95
  • Gary Cosier
  • Craig Serjeant
  • Bob Simpson
  • Peter Toohey
  • Tony Mann
  • Steve Rixon
Won [26]
15 28 January 1978 Adelaide Oval  australia 1 29.4 [footnote 3] 136 5 3.45
  • Graeme Wood
  • Rick Darling
  • Peter Toohey
  • Jeff Thomson
  • Wayne Clark
Lost [27]
16 1 December 1978 Wankhede Stadium , Mumbai  West Indies 2 43 116 5 2.69
  • Larry Gomes
  • Faoud Bacchus
  • David Murray
  • Derick Parry
  • Vanburn Holder
Drawn [28]

Notes

  1. Jump up^ The other members wereBishen Singh Bedi,EAS PrasannaandSrinivas Venkataraghavan. [4]
  2. Jump up^ Chandrasekhar shared the “Bowler of the Match” award withRay Illingworth. [15]
  3. ^ Jump up to:d Eight-ball overs were bowled in this match.

References

General

  • “Statistics – Statsguru – BS Chandrasekhar – Test matches – Innings by innings list” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 20 February 2013 .

Specific

  1. ^ Jump up to:a b c “Bhagwath Chandrasekhar | Cricket Players and Officials”. ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013 .
  2. Jump up^ Pervez, MA (2001). A Dictionary of Cricket . East Blackswan . p. 31. ISBN  978-81-7370-184-9 . Retrieved 20 February 2013 .
  3. Jump up^ “Statistics / Statsguru / Combined Test, ODI and T20I records / Bowling records” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 3 May 2013 .
  4. Jump up^ Ramchand, Partab (15 October 2002). “The birth of a spin quartet” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013 .
  5. Jump up^ Menon, Suresh (30 November 2012). “What’s wrong with Indian cricket’s spin bowlers?” . BBC . Retrieved 19 February 2013 .
  6. Jump up^ Sports Reporter (22 March 2011). “Sehwag reminds Richards of himself” . The Hindu . Retrieved 8 May 2013 .
  7. Jump up^ Bala, Raja (1993). The winning hand: biography of BS Chandrasekhar . Rupa & Co. p. 9. ISBN  978-81-7167-113-7 . Retrieved 9 April 2013 .
  8. ^ Jump up to:a b Patwardhan, Deepti (17 May 2005). “India’s reluctant hero”. Rediff.com . Retrieved 9 April 2013 .
  9. Jump up^ “2nd Test: India v England at Mumbai (BS), 21-26 January 1964 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February2013 .
  10. Jump up^ “Bowling performance of the Century” . Wisden . Rediff.com . Retrieved 20 February 2013 .
  11. Jump up^ “Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Year” . Wisden . ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 8 May 2013 .
  12. Jump up^ “Test Bowling Against Each Opponent Bhagwat Chandrasekhar” . Cricket Archive . Retrieved 21 April 2013 .
  13. Jump up^ “2nd ODI: New Zealand v India at Auckland, 22 February 1976 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  14. Jump up^ “1st Test: India v West Indies at Mumbai (BS), 13-18 December 1966 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013 .
  15. ^ Jump up to:a b “2nd Test: England v India at Lord’s, 22-26 June 1967 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  16. Jump up^ “3rd Test: England v India at The Oval, 19-24 August 1971 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  17. Jump up^ “1st Test: India v England at Delhi, 20-25 December 1972 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  18. Jump up^ “2nd Test: India v England at Kolkata, December 30, 1972 – January 4, 1973 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013 .
  19. Jump up^ “3rd Test: India v England at Chennai, 12-17 January 1973 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  20. Jump up^ “5th Test: India v England at Mumbai (BS), 6-11 February 1973 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  21. Jump up^ “1st Test: New Zealand v India at Auckland, 24-28 January 1976 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February2013 .
  22. Jump up^ “3rd Test: West Indies v India at Port of Spain, 7-12 April 1976 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  23. Jump up^ “4th Test: West Indies v India at Kingston, 21-25 April 1976 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  24. Jump up^ “3rd Test: India v England at Chennai, 14-19 January 1977 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.
  25. Jump up^ “4th Test: India v England at Bangalore, 28 January – 2 February 1977 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013 .
  26. ^ Jump up to:a b “3rd Test: Australia v India at Melbourne, 30 December 1977 – 4 January 1978 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013 .
  27. Jump up^ “5th Test: Australia v India at Adelaide, 28 January – 3 February 1978 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013 .
  28. Jump up^ “1st Test: India v West Indies at Mumbai, 1-6 December 1978 | Cricket Scorecard” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 19 February 2013.

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