List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Harbhajan Singh

In cricket , a five-wicket haul (also known as a “fifer” [2] ) refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings . [Edit ] [ add listing] Do you want to advertise with us? Click here to register and get updates when this answer is edited. 41 bowlers have taken 15 or more five-wicket hauls at international level in their cricketing careers. [4] Harbhajan Singh -a right-arm off break bowler-is a Test , One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) cricketer who represents India . As of August 2014, Harbhajan has taken 413 wickets in Test cricket, 259 wickets in ODI cricket and 22 wickets in T20I cricket. [5] With 28 five-wicket hauls across all formats of the game, Harbhajan ranks second in the international five-wicket hauls among Indian cricketers-after Anil Kumble -and eighth among all players. [at]

Harbhajan made his test debut against Australia in 1998. His first five-wicket haul cam against the same team during the second Test of the 2000-01 series at Eden Gardens . [6] His 6 wickets for 73 runs in the second; Harbhajan’s performance led India to win the match after being forced to follow-on . [7] [b] In the third Test of the series, he claimed 15 wins for 217 runs, including career-best figures of 8 wickets for 84 runs. [6] The majority of his fifers came against Australia – 7 of his 25 in Test cricket. [9]

Making his ODI debut against New Zealand in 1998, [5] Harbhajan’s first five-wicket haul came against England in 2002. He took 5 wickets for 43 runs in the match, which India lost. [10] [11] His 5 wickets for 31 runs-also his career-best figures-against the same team in 2006 resulted in an Indian victory. [12] [13] Although Harbhajan made his first appearance in 2006, [5] he is yet to pick up in the format as of August 2014. His figures of 4 wickets for 12 runs against England remain his best In this version of the game. [c]

Key

Harbhajan bowling against Australia during the 2010-11 Border-Gavaskar Trophy .
symbol Meaning
Dated Day the Test started or ODI held
Inn Innings in which five-wicket haul was taken
overs Number of overs bowled
runs Number of runs conceded
WKTS Number of wickets taken
Econ Runs conceded per over
batsmen Batsmen whose wickets were taken
result Result for the India team
Harbhajan was the man of the match
10 or more wickets taken in the match
One of two five-wicket hauls by Harbhajan in the match

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test cricket
No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 11 March 2001 Eden Gardens , Kolkata  australia 1 37.5 123 7 3.25
  • Matthew Hayden
  • Mark Waugh
  • Steve Waugh
  • Ricky Ponting
  • Adam Gilchrist
  • Shane Warne
  • Jason Gillespie
Won [15]
2 11 March 2001 Eden Gardens , Kolkata  australia 4 30.3 73 6 2.39
  • Michael Slater
  • Justin Langer
  • Steve Waugh
  • Ricky Ponting
  • Jason Gillespie
  • Glenn McGrath
Won [15]
3 18 March 2001 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Chennai  australia 1 38.2 133 7 3.46
  • Matthew Hayden
  • Justin Langer
  • Ricky Ponting
  • Adam Gilchrist
  • Shane Warne
  • Jason Gillespie
  • Colin Miller
Won [15]
4 18 March 2001 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Chennai  australia 3 41.5 84 8 2.01
  • Michael Slater
  • Adam Gilchrist
  • Mark Waugh
  • Steve Waugh
  • Ricky Ponting
  • Shane Warne
  • Jason Gillespie
  • Colin Miller
Won [15]
5 3 December 2001 Punjab Cricket Association Stadium , Mohali  England 1 19.3 51 5 2.61
  • Mark Ramprakash
  • Andrew Flintoff
  • James Foster
  • Richard Dawson
  • Matthew Hoggard
Won [16]
6 11 December 2001 Sardar Patel Stadium , Ahmedabad  England 3 30.2 17 5 2.34
  • Mark Butcher
  • Nasser Hussain
  • Mark Ramprakash
  • Ashley Giles
  • Matthew Hoggard
Drawn [17]
7 28 February 2002 Feroz Shah Kotla , Delhi  Zimbabwe 3 31 62 6 2.00
  • Stuart Carlisle
  • Trevor Gripper
  • Alistair Campbell
  • Andy Flower
  • Travis Friend
  • Ray Price
Won [18]
8 18 May 2002 Sabina Park , Kingston  West Indies 1 38 138 5 3.63
  • Wavell Hinds
  • Ramnaresh Sarwan
  • Ridley Jacobs
  • Mervyn Dillon
  • Adam Sanford
Lost [19]
9 5 September 2002 Kennington Oval , London  England 1 38.4 115 5 2.97
  • Mark Butcher
  • Alec Stewart
  • Dominic Cork
  • Alex Tudor
  • Matthew Hoggard
Drawn [20]
10 9 October 2002 Wankhede Stadium , Mumbai  West Indies 3 28.3 48 7 1.68
  • Chris Gayle
  • Wavell Hinds
  • Carl Hooper
  • Mahendra Nagamootoo
  • Mervyn Dillon
  • Pedro Collins
  • Cameron Cuffy
Won [21]
11 30 October 2002 Eden Gardens , Kolkata  West Indies 2 57.3 115 5 2.00
  • Wavell Hinds
  • Ramnaresh Sarwan
  • Mervyn Dillon
  • Marlon Samuels
  • Cameron Cuffy
Drawn [22]
12 6 October 2004 Mr. Chinnaswamy Stadium , Bangalore  australia 1 41 146 5 3.56
  • Matthew Hayden
  • Adam Gilchrist
  • Shane Warne
  • Michael Kasprowicz
  • Glenn McGrath
Lost [23]
13 6 October 2004 Mr. Chinnaswamy Stadium , Bangalore  australia 3 30.1 78 6 2.58
  • Damien Martyn
  • Darren Lehmann
  • Michael Clarke
  • Shane Warne
  • Jason Gillespie
  • Michael Kasprowicz
Lost [23]
14 3 November 2004 Wankhede Stadium , Mumbai  australia 4 10.5 29 5 2.67
  • Matthew Hayden
  • Simon Katich
  • Adam Gilchrist
  • Michael Kasprowicz
  • Glenn McGrath
Won [24]
15 28 November 2004 Eden Gardens , Kolkata  South Africa 3 30 87 7 2.90
  • Graeme Smith
  • Andrew Hall
  • Jacques Rudolph
  • Jacques Kallis
  • Hashim Amla
  • Shaun Pollock
  • Justin Ontong
Won [25]
16 24 March 2005 Mr. Chinnaswamy Stadium , Bangalore  Pakistan 1 51.5 152 6 2.93
  • Younis Khan
  • Mohammad Yousuf
  • Asim Kamal
  • Abdul Razzaq
  • Kamran Akmal
  • Danish Kaneria
Lost [26]
17 18 December 2005 Sardar Patel Stadium , Ahmedabad  Sri Lanka 2 22.2 62 7 2.77
  • Marvan Atapattu
  • Kumar Sangakkara
  • Mahela Jayawardene
  • Thilan Samaraweera
  • Tillakaratne Dilshan
  • Farveez Maharoof
  • Lasith Malinga
Won [26]
18 18 December 2005 Warner Park , Basseterre  West Indies 1 44 147 5 3.34
  • Dwayne Bravo
  • Denesh Ramdin
  • Jerome Taylor
  • Pedro Collins
  • Corey Collymore
Drawn [27]
19 30 June 2006 Sabina Park , Kingston  West Indies 2 4.3 13 5 2.88
  • Daren Ganga
  • Dwayne Bravo
  • Ramnaresh Sarwan
  • Denesh Ramdin
  • Pedro Collins
Won [28]
20 30 November 2007 Eden Gardens , Kolkata  Pakistan 2 45.5 122 5 2.66
  • Salman Butt
  • Mohammad Yousuf
  • Kamran Akmal
  • Shoaib Akhtar
  • Danish Kaneria
Drawn [29]
21 26 March 2008 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Chennai  South Africa 1 44.5 164 5 3.65
  • Neil McKenzie
  • Jacques Kallis
  • Morne Morkel
  • Paul Harris
  • Dale Steyn
Drawn [30]
22 31 July 2008 Galle International Stadium , Galle  Sri Lanka 2 40.3 102 6 2.51
  • Malinda Warnapura
  • Kumar Sangakkara
  • Thilan Samaraweera
  • Tillakaratne Dilshan
  • Prasanna Jayawardene
  • Muttiah Muralitharan
Won [31]
23 18 March 2009 Seddon Park , Hamilton  New Zealand 3 28 63 6 2.25
  • Martin Guptill
  • Daniel Flynn
  • Jesse Ryder
  • James Franklin
  • Daniel Vettori
  • Iain O’Brien
Won [32]
24 14 February 2010 Eden Gardens , Kolkata  South Africa 3 48.3 59 5 1.21
  • Alviro Petersen
  • Ashwell Prince
  • Jean-Paul Duminy
  • Dale Steyn
  • Morne Morkel
Won [33]
25 2 January 2011 Newlands, Cape Town  South Africa 3 38 120 7 3.15
  • Graeme Smith
  • Alviro Petersen
  • Paul Harris
  • Hashim Amla
  • Dale Steyn
  • Morne Morkel
  • Lonwabo Tsotsobe
Drawn [34]

ODIs

Five-wicket hauls in ODI cricket
No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 3 February 2002 Wankhede Stadium , Mumbai  England 1 10 43 5 4.30
  • Marcus Trescothick
  • Graham Thorpe
  • Paul Collingwood
  • Ashley Giles
  • James Foster
Lost [35]
2 28 March 2006 Feroz Shah Kotla , Delhi  England 2 10 31 5 3.10
  • Matt Prior
  • Andrew Flintoff
  • Paul Collingwood
  • Geraint Jones
  • Ian Blackwell
Won [13]
3 14 September 2009 R. Premadasa Stadium , Colombo  Sri Lanka 2 9.4 56 5 5.79
  • Tillakaratne Dilshan
  • Mahela Jayawardene
  • Thilina Kandamby
  • Lasith Malinga
  • Ajantha Mendis
Won [36]

Notes

  1. Jump up^ Harbhajan stands next toMuttiah Muralitharan,Richard Hadlee,Shane Warne,Anil Kumble(India),Glenn McGrath,Waqar YounisandWasim Akram. [4]
  2. Jump up^ This was only the third occasion where a team had won after being forced tofollow-on. [8]
  3. Jump up^ As of August 2014, the figures are the second best by an Indian bowler in T20Is. [14]

References

  1. Jump up^ Loedi, Tony (17 December 2013). “They can not pick off-spinners in Australia” . The Roar . Retrieved 23 June 2014 .
  2. Jump up^ “Swinging for the Auld Enemy – An interview with Ryan Sidebottom” . The Scotsman . Johnston Press . 17 August 2008. Retrieved 30 October 2009 . … I’d rather take fifers (five wickets) for England …
  3. Jump up^ Pervez, MA (2001). A Dictionary of Cricket . East Blackswan. p. 31. ISBN  9788173701849 .
  4. ^ Jump up to:a b “Combined Test, ODI and T20I Records: Most Five-wicket hauls in a career” . ESPNcricinfo . Archived from the originalon 7 October 2012 . Retrieved 12 September 2011 .
  5. ^ Jump up to:a b c “Player Profile: Harbhajan Singh” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 12 September 2011 .
  6. ^ Jump up to:a b “Harbhajan Singh: Combined Test, ODI and T20I records – Five-wicket hauls” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 12 September2011 .
  7. Jump up^ Vasu, Anand (15 March 2001). “Laxman, Harbhajan script sensational Indian victory” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 10 June2014 .
  8. Jump up^ “Records / Test matches / Team records / Victory after a follow on” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 10 June 2014 .
  9. Jump up^ “Statistics / Statsguru / Harbhajan Singh / Test matches” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 26 June 2014 .
  10. Jump up^ “Statistics / Statsguru / Harbhajan Singh / One-Day Internationals” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 26 June 2014 .
  11. Jump up^ “6th ODI: India v England at Mumbai, Feb 3, 2002” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 12 September 2011 .
  12. Jump up^ “Statistics / Statsguru / Harbhajan Singh / One-Day Internationals” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 6 June 2014 .
  13. ^ Jump up to:a b “England in India ODI Series – 1st ODI” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  14. Jump up^ “Records / Twenty20 Internationals / Bowling records / Best figures in an innings” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 6 June 2014 .
  15. ^ Jump up to:a b c d “Border-Gavaskar Trophy – 2nd Test” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  16. Jump up^ “England in India Test Series – 1st Test” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  17. Jump up^ “England Test Series in India – 2nd Test” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  18. Jump up^ “2nd Test: India v Zimbabwe in Delhi” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  19. Jump up^ “5th Test: India v West Indies in Kingston” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  20. Jump up^ “4th Test: England v India at the Oval” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  21. Jump up^ “1st Test: India v West Indies at Mumbai” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  22. Jump up^ “3rd Test: India v West Indies at Kolkata” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  23. ^ Jump up to:a b “1st Test: India v Australia at Bangalore” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  24. Jump up^ “4th Test: India v Australia at Mumbai” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  25. Jump up^ “2nd Test: India v South Africa at Kolkata” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  26. ^ Jump up to:a b “3rd Test: India v Pakistan at Bangalore” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 . Cite error: Invalid tag;Name “2005bangalore” defined multiple times with different content (see the help page ). <ref>
  27. Jump up^ “3rd Test: West Indies v India at Basseterre” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  28. Jump up^ “4th Test: West Indies v India at Kingston” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  29. Jump up^ “2nd Test: India v Pakistan at Kolkata” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  30. Jump up^ “2nd Test: India v South Africa at Chennai” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  31. Jump up^ “2nd Test: Sri Lanka v India at Galle” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  32. Jump up^ “1st Test: New Zealand v India at Hamilton” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  33. Jump up^ “2nd Test: India v South Africa at Kolkata” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  34. Jump up^ “3rd Test: South Africa v India at Cape Town” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  35. Jump up^ “England in India ODI Series – 6th ODI” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .
  36. Jump up^ “Final: Sri Lanka v India at Colombo (RPS)” . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 11 September 2011 .

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