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List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Graham McKenzie

In cricket , a five-wicket haul (also known as a “five-for” or “fifer”) [1] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings . [Edit ] [ add listing ] [ add listing] Do you want to advertise with us? Click here to register and get updates when this answer is edited. 23 bowlers have taken at least 20 five-wicket hauls at international level in their cricketing careers. [3] Continue reading “List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Graham McKenzie”

List of international cricket centuries by Steve Smith

Steve Smith (also known as Steven Smith ) is an Australian cricketer and currently serves as the captain of the national cricket team in all three formats . ALTHOUGH INITIALLY He Was selected for Australia as an all-rounder Who Could bowl right-arm leg spin , Smith now plays Primarily as a batsman . As of February 2017, Smith has played 52 Test matches and 95 ODI matches for the national team and has scored 20 and 8 centuries in the respective formats. He has also played 30 T20I matches without scoring a century, his highest score in the format being 90. [1]

List of international cricket centuries by Mark Waugh

Mark Waugh is an Australian cricketer who scored centuries (100 or more runs ) in Test and One Day International (ODI) matches organized by the International Cricket Council(ICC). Described by ESPNcricinfo writer John Polack as “one of the world’s most elegant and gifted strokemakers”, [1] Waugh played most of his career under the captaincy of his older twin-brother Steve Waugh . [2] Mark Waugh represented Australia in 128 Test matches and 244 ODIs between 1988 and 2002, scoring 20 and 18 centuries respectively. [1] He Was Primarily a batsman Who played as an opener in ODIs, while Normally at number four in Tests. [3] [4] Continue reading “List of international cricket centuries by Mark Waugh”

List of international cricket centuries by Ricky Ponting

Ricky Ponting is an Australian cricketer and captain of the Australian national cricket team . He has scored centuries (100 or more runs ) on 41 used in Test Cricket and 30 times in One Day International (ODI) matches, both of which are Australian records. [1] [2] In Test matches, Ponting has scored hundreds against all Testing countries. He is third (41) in the list of test century-makers, behind Sachin Tendulkar (51) & Jacques Kallis (45). [3] Ponting ‘ S first Test century was achieved against England at Headingley in 1997, when he scored 127. His highest innings is 257, scored against India in late-2003 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground . Ponting, among 41 centuries, has scored 6 double centuries, while his Test Centuries have been made at 21 cricket grounds , including 15 at venues outside Australia. Ponting has been dismissed four times in the nineties, along with 96 on his Test debut. [4] [5] Ponting HAS centuries Scored in Both innings of a Test three times, Equaling the record set by Sunil Gavaskar . This is a new version of the original version of the 100th Test. In this match, we will be taking part in the final day. [6] In 2006, Ponting scored seven centuries, the most by an Australian in a year. [7] Continue reading “List of international cricket centuries by Ricky Ponting”

List of international cricket centuries by Matthew Hayden

Matthew Hayden is a form Australian cricketer and opening batsman Who Scored centuries (100 or more runs ) in matches Test and One Day International (ODI) matches Organized by the International Cricket Council (ICC). He was described by Yahoo! Cricket as “a strong-built left-hander, an intimidating personality and possessing an aggressive attitude”, “with all the ingredients” needed for success. [1] Hayden scored 8,625 runs in Tests and 6,133 runs in ODIs, accruing 40 centuries. [1] He was named one of the Indian Cricketers of the Year in 2001, And Wisden Cricketers of the Year two years later. [2] [3] Hayden was chosen as the “ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year” for his accomplishments with the bat in 2007. [4 ] Continue reading “List of international cricket centuries by Matthew Hayden”