List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Kapil Dev

Kapil Dev is a Former Test and One Day International (ODI) cricketer who represented India between 1978 and 1994. He took 24 five-wicket hauls during his international career. In cricket, a five-wicket haul-also known as a five-for or fifer [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] [N 1] A right-arm fast bowler , Kapil Dev took 434 wickets in Test cricket and 253 in ODIs. [5] With 23 five-wicket hauls in Tests, he has the third highest number of international five-wicket hauls among Indian cricketers as of 2012, after Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh . [4] [N 2] Kapil Dev Was named by the Wisden as one of Their Cricketers of the Year in 1983 and Indian Cricketer of the Century in 2002. [6] [7] Eight years later, the International Cricket Council (ICC) Inducted him into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame . [8] As of 2012, Kapil Dev also holds the record for being the only player to have taken more than 400 wickets and scored over 5,000 runs in Tests.
Kapil Dev made his Test and ODI debuts against Pakistan , both in 1978. [5] His first five-wicket haul came a year later against England during the first Test of India’s tour . [12] His career-best bowling figures in an innings of nine for 83 was achieved in 1983 against the West Indies in Ahmedabad . [12] [N 3] In Tests, Kapil Dev was most successful against Pakistan and Australia , with seven five-wicket hauls against each of them. [12] Cricket World Cup . ODIs against Australia during the 1983 Cricket World Cup . [12]

After playing for nearly 16 years, Kapil Dev retired from international cricket in 1994. [13] At the time of his retirement, he held the world record for the most wickets taken in Test and ODI cricket; Both records were subsequently broken by Courtney Walsh and Wasm Akram respectively. [13] [14] [15] His combined tally of 24 five-wicket hauls is eleventh in the all-time list in 2012, a record jointly held with Sydney Barnes , Imran Khan and Dennis Lillee . [4] [N 1]

Key

Motera Stadium , Ahmedabad , where Kapil Dev took 9 wickets for 83 runs in West Indies
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
Kapil Dev was man of the match
10 or more wickets taken in the match

Tests

List of five-wicket hauls by Kapil Dev in Test cricket
No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 12 July 1979 Edgbaston Cricket Ground , Birmingham  England 1 48 146 5 3.04
  • Mike Brearley
  • Geoffrey Boycott
  • Derek Randall
  • Graham Gooch
  • Ian Botham
Lost [16]
2 13 October 1979 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground , Delhi  australia 2 32 82 5 2.56
  • Rick Darling
  • Allan Border
  • Kim Hughes
  • Rodney Hogg
  • Geoff Dymock
Drawn [17]
3 26 October 1979 Eden Gardens , Calcutta [N 4]  australia 1 32 74 5 2.31
  • Andrew Hilditch
  • Allan Border
  • Kim Hughes
  • Dav Whatmore
  • Jim Higgs
Drawn [18]
4 4 December 1979 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground , Delhi  Pakistan 1 23.5 58 5 2.43
  • Majid Khan
  • Mudassar Nazar
  • Zaheer Abbas
  • Wasim Raja
  • Wasim Bari
Drawn [19]
5 25 December 1979 Green Park Stadium , Kanpur  Pakistan 2 28 63 6 2.25
  • Mudassar Nazar
  • Zaheer Abbas
  • Javed Miandad
  • Majid Khan
  • Iqbal Qasim
  • Sikander Bakht
Drawn [20]
6 15 January 1980 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Madras [N 5]  Pakistan 3 23.4 56 7 2.36
  • Mudassar Nazar
  • Sadiq Mohammad
  • Zaheer Abbas
  • Asif Iqbal
  • Imran Khan
  • Wasim Bari
  • Sikander Bakht
Won [21]
7 2 January 1981 Sydney Cricket Ground , Sydney  australia 2 36.1 97 5 2.68
  • Graeme Wood
  • John Dyson
  • Kim Hughes
  • Allan Border
  • Jim Higgs
Lost [22]
8 7 February 1981 Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  australia 4 16.4 28 5 1.68
  • Bruce Yardley
  • Allan Border
  • Rod Marsh
  • Dennis Lillee
  • Jim Higgs
Won [23]
9 27 November 1981 Wankhede Stadium , Bombay [N 6]  England 4 13.2 70 5 5.25
  • Graham Gooch
  • Chris Tavaré
  • David Gower
  • Ian Botham
  • Bob Willis
Won [24]
10 1 January 1982 Eden Gardens , Calcutta [N 4]  England 1 31 91 6 2.93
  • Geoffrey Boycott
  • Chris Tavaré
  • Ian Botham
  • Derek Underwood
  • Mike Gatting
  • John Emburey
Drawn [25]
11 10 June 1982 Lord’s Cricket Ground , London  England 1 43 125 5 2.90
  • Geoff Cook
  • Chris Tavaré
  • Allan Lamb
  • David Gower
  • Derek Randall
Lost [26]
12 17 September 1982 MA Chidambaram Stadium , Madras [N 5]  Sri Lanka 3 24.3 110 5 4.48
  • Bandula Warnapura
  • Ravi Ratnayeke
  • Anura Ranasinghe
  • Mahes Goonatilleke
  • Ajit de Silva
Drawn [27]
13 23 December 1982 National Stadium, Karachi  Pakistan 2 28.5 102 5 3.53
  • Zaheer Abbas
  • Mudassar Nazar
  • Imran Khan
  • Abdul Qadir
  • Sarfraz Nawaz
Lost [28]
14 3 January 1983 Iqbal Stadium , Faisalabad  Pakistan 2 38.4 220 7 5.68
  • Mohsin Khan
  • Mudassar Nazar
  • Mansoor Akhtar
  • Saleem Malik
  • Wasim Bari
  • Sarfraz Nawaz
  • Sikander Bakht
Lost [29]
15 23 January 1983 Gaddafi Stadium , Lahore  Pakistan 1 30.5 85 8 2.75
  • Mohsin Khan
  • Majid Khan
  • Zaheer Abbas
  • Imran Khan
  • Wasim Bari
  • Sarfraz Nawaz
  • Abdul Qadir
  • Iqbal Qasim
Drawn [30]
16 14 September 1983 Chinnaswamy Stadium , Bangalore  Pakistan 2 29 68 5 2.34
  • Mudassar Nazar
  • Saleem Malik
  • Wasim Bari
  • Tahir Naqqash
  • Azeem Hafeez
Drawn [31]
17 29 October 1983 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground , Delhi  West Indies 2 31 77 6 2.48
  • Desmond Haynes
  • Vivian Richards
  • Clive Lloyd
  • Gus Logie
  • Jeff Dujon
  • Malcolm Marshall
Drawn [32]
18 12 November 1983 Motera Stadium , Ahmedabad  West Indies 3 30.3 83 9 2.72
  • Gordon Greenidge
  • Vivian Richards
  • Larry Gomes
  • Clive Lloyd
  • Gus Logie
  • Jeff Dujon
  • Malcolm Marshall
  • Michael Holding
  • Wayne Daniel
Lost [33]
19 13 December 1985 Adelaide Oval , Adelaide  australia 1 38 106 8 2.78
  • Wayne Phillips
  • David Boon
  • Allan Border
  • Greg Ritchie
  • Greg Matthews
  • Craig McDermott
  • Bruce Reid
  • Merv Hughes
Drawn [34]
20 15 April 1989 Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain  West Indies 3 25 58 5 2.32
  • Richie Richardson
  • Keith Arthurton
  • Malcolm Marshall
  • Curtly Ambrose
  • Courtney Walsh
Lost [35]
21 28 April 1989 Sabina Park , Kingston  West Indies 2 33 84 6 2.54
  • Gordon Greenidge
  • Desmond Haynes
  • Richie Richardson
  • Vivian Richards
  • Gus Logie
  • Malcolm Marshall
Lost [36]
22 26 December 1991 Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  australia 2 35 97 5 2.77
  • Geoff Marsh
  • David Boon
  • Allan Border
  • Ian Healy
  • Merv Hughes
Lost [37]
23 25 January 1992 Adelaide Oval , Adelaide  australia 3 51 130 5 2.54
  • Mark Taylor
  • Geoff Marsh
  • Dean Jones
  • Mark Waugh
  • Ian Healy
Lost [38]

ODIs

List of five-wicket hauls by Kapil Dev in One Day Internationals
No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 13 June 1983 Trent Bridge , Nottingham  australia 1 12 43 5 3.58
  • Kepler Wessels
  • Rod Marsh
  • Ken MacLeay
  • Tom Hogan
  • Geoff Lawson
Lost [39]

Notes

  1. ^ Jump up to:b The five-wicket haul is defined by the accumulative sum of all the formats of the game.
  2. ^ Jump up to:b Records correct as of 9 June 2012.
  3. Jump up^ Bowling figures are given in the form of nine for 83; The first figure shows how many runs he gave away. In this case, Kapil Dev took nine wickets and conceded 83 runs.
  4. ^ Jump up to:b Calcutta has since been renamed as Kolkata.
  5. ^ Jump up to:b Madras has since been renamed as Chennai.
  6. Jump up^ Bombay has since been renamed as Mumbai.

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