List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Makhaya Ntini

In cricket , a five-wicket haul (also known as a “fifer” [1] ) refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings . This is a very important achievement, [2] and as of 1 February 2015 only 42 bowlers have taken 15 or more five-wicket hauls at the international level. [3]

Makhaya Ntini (born 6 July 1977) is a form South African cricketer Who Was the first ethnically black player to play for the South African team . A fast bowler, though not express, pace. He was only the third South African to take 300 test wickets after Shaun Pollock and Allan Donald , and to reach second place in the ICC test match bowling ratings , during an international career that spanned from 1998-2011. [4] During his career, Ntini took 22 five-wicket hauls- as of February 2015, (Joint with Rangana Herath , Allan Donald , Malcolm Marshall and Daniel Vettori ), and a second joint venture in Sri Lanka, joined with Donald and behind Dale Steyn . [3]

Key

Key
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 South Africa team
Ntini was the man of the match
10 or more wickets taken in the match

Test 5-wicket Hauls

Five-wicket hauls in Test cricket by Makhaya Ntini
No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 17 November 2000 ♠ Chevrolet Park , Bloemfontein  New Zealand 3 31.4 66 6 2.08
  • Craig Spearman
  • Nathan Astle
  • Brooke Walker
  • Daryl Tuffey
  • Adam Parore
  • Shayne O’Connor
Won [5]
2 18 October 2002 Buffalo Park , East London  bangladesh 3 15 19 5 1.26
  • Sanwar Hossain
  • Tushar Imran
  • Habibul Bashar
  • Tapash Baisya
  • Manjurul Islam
Won [6]
3 31 July 2003 ♠ Lord’s Cricket Ground , London  England 1 17 75 5 4.41
  • Marcus Trescothick
  • Michael Vaughan
  • Alec Stewart
  • Ashley Giles
  • Andrew Flintoff
  • Steve Harmison
Won [7]
4 31 July 2003 ♠ Lord’s Cricket Ground , London  England 3 31 145 5 4.67
  • Marcus Trescothick
  • Nasser Hussain
  • Alec Stewart
  • Ashley Giles
  • Steve Harmison
Won [7]
5 12 December 2003 ♠ The Wanderers Stadium , Johannesburg  West Indies 2 32 95 5 2.93
  • Daren Ganga
  • Shiv Chanderpaul
  • Ridley Jacobs
  • Mervyn Dillon
  • Chris Gayle
Won [8]
6 26 December 2003 Kingsmead Cricket Ground , Durban  West Indies 2 25.5 65 5 2.55
  • Daren Ganga
  • Shiv Chanderpaul
  • Brian Lara
  • Mervyn Dillon
  • Adam Sanford
Won [9]
7 16 January 2004 SuperSport Park , Centurion  West Indies 2 25.5 65 5 2.55
  • Daren Ganga
  • Ramnaresh Sarwan
  • Chris Gayle
  • Vasbert Drakes
  • Mervyn Dillon
Won [10]
8 8 April 2005 ♠ Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain  West Indies 1 28 95 6 3.39
  • Chris Gayle
  • Ramnaresh Sarwan
  • Wavell Hinds
  • Donovan Pagon
  • Courtney Browne
  • Daren Powell
Won [11]
9 8 April 2005 ♠ Queen’s Park Oval , Port of Spain  West Indies 3 19.5 37 7 1.86
  • Chris Gayle
  • Shiv Chanderpaul
  • Donovan Pagon
  • Dwayne Bravo
  • Courtney Browne
  • Pedro Collins
  • Reon King
Won [11]
10 16 December 2005 WACA , Perth  australia 1 19 64 5 3.36
  • Matthew Hayden
  • Justin Langer
  • Michael Hussey
  • Brad Hodge
  • Adam Gilchrist
Drawn [12]
11 31 March 2006 Wanderers Stadium , Johannesburg  australia 2 18.5 100 6 5.30
  • Matthew Hayden
  • Damien Martyn
  • Ricky Ponting
  • Andrew Symonds
  • Shane Warne
  • Brett Lee
Lost [13]
12 15 April 2006 ♠ SuperSport Park , Centurion  New Zealand 2 19 45 6 4.94
  • Hamish Marshall
  • Stephen Fleming
  • Scott Styris
  • Daniel Vettori
  • James Franklin
Won [14]
13 15 April 2006 ♠ SuperSport Park , Centurion  New Zealand 4 19 45 6 4.94
  • Peter Fulton
  • Kyle Mills
  • Nathan Astle
  • Jacob Oram
  • Hamish Marshall
Won [14]
14 5 May 2006 Wanderers Stadium , Johannesburg  New Zealand 1 16 35 5 2.18
  • Michael Papps
  • Scott Styris
  • Stephen Fleming
  • Brendon McCullum
  • Chris Martin
Won [15]
15 26 December 2006 ♠ Kingsmead Cricket Ground , Durban  india 4 19 48 5 2.52
  • Virender Sehwag
  • Rahul Dravid
  • Sachin Tendulkar
  • Wasim Jaffer
  • Sourav Ganguly
Won [16]
16 11 January 2007 SuperSport Park , Centurion  Pakistan 1 24 83 5 3.45
  • Imran Farhat
  • Mohammad Hafeez
  • Inzamam-ul-Haq
  • Shahid Nazir
  • Danish Kaneria
Won [17]
17 19 January 2007 St George’s Park , Port Elizabeth  Pakistan 2 21 59 6 2.80
  • Imran Farhat
  • Mohammad Hafeez
  • Yasir Hameed
  • Younis Khan
  • Mohammad Sami
  • Mohammad Asif
Lost [18]
18 7 August 2008 The Oval , London  England 2 24 95 6 3.91
  • Andrew Strauss
  • Ian Bell
  • Alastair Cook
  • Kevin Pietersen
  • Stuart Broad
Lost [19]

Source: [4]

ODI 5-wicket Hauls

Five-wicket hauls in ODI cricket by Makhaya Ntini
No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 11 January 2001 ♠ Newlands , Cape Town  Sri Lanka 2 8.2 37 5 4.44
  • Kaushalya Weeraratne
  • Kumar Sangakkara
  • Romesh Kaluwitharana
  • Pramodya Wickramasinghe
  • Muttiah Muralitharan
Won [20]
2 6 February 2002 ♠ Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  New Zealand 1 10 31 5 3.10
  • Lou Vincent
  • Nathan Astle
  • Dion Nash
  • Adam Parore
  • Andre Adams
Won [21]
3 3 March 2006 ♠ Newlands , Cape Town  australia 2 9.3 26 6 2.31
  • Adam Gilchrist
  • Phil Jaques
  • Damien Martyn
  • Michael Clarke
  • Nathan Bracken
  • Shane Watson
Won [22]
4 27 October 2006 ♠ Punjab Cricket Association Stadium , Chandigarh  Pakistan 2 6 21 5 3.50
  • Mohammad Hafeez
  • Imran Farhat
  • Younis Khan
  • Shoaib Malik
  • Kamran Akmal
Won [23]

Source: [4]

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