List of five-wicket hauls in Twenty20 International cricket

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Umar Gul in June 2009
Pakistan's Umar Gul was the first player to take a five-wicket haul in a T20I match.[1]

A Twenty20 International (T20I) is an international cricket match between two teams, each having T20I status, as determined by the International Cricket Council.[2] In a T20I, the two teams play a single innings each, which is restricted to a maximum of 20 overs.[3] The format was originally introduced by the England and Wales Cricket Board for the county cricket competition with the first matches contested on 13 June 2003 between the English counties in the Twenty20 Cup.[4] The first T20I took place on 17 February 2005 when Australia defeated New Zealand by 44 runs at Eden Park in Auckland.[5]

A five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[6][7] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[8] The first five-wicket haul in a T20I match was taken by Pakistan's Umar Gul while playing against New Zealand at The Oval during the 2009 ICC World Twenty20.[1] Gul and Ajantha Mendis of Sri Lanka are the two cricketers to achieve the feat in the international format.[9] Two bowlers have taken a six-wicket haul in T20Is with Mendis returning the best figures in the format with six wickets for just eight runs against Zimbabwe during the 2012 ICC World Twenty20,[10][11] eclipsing the previous best of 6 for 16 also set by Mendis against Australia twelve months prior.[12] The other six-wicket haul was achieved by Yuzvendra Chahal of India against England in 2017.[13]

The most recent five-wicket haul, as of 8 July 2018, was taken by Kuldeep Yadav of India against England at Old Trafford during the first T20I match in July 2018.[14][15] New Zealand's Tim Southee is the only cricketer to take a hat-trick as part of his T20I five-wicket haul,[16] while Elias Sunny of Bangladesh is only bowler to take a five-wicket haul on T20I debut.[17] Rangana Herath has taken the most economical five-wicket haul with an economy rate of just 0.85.[18] Bowling for Sri Lanka, he took five wickets for just three runs against New Zealand during the 2014 ICC World Twenty20.[19] The least economical five-wicket haul was taken by fellow Sri Lankan Lasith Malinga with an economy rate of 7.75.[20] Imran Tahir of Pakistan is oldest player to take five wickets in an T20I innings, achieving the feat 38 days prior to his 38th birthday,[21] while Rashid Khan of Afghanistan, is the youngest at 18.[22] Khan's five-wicket haul occurred in a match that was decided by the Duckworth–Lewis method,[23] while a further four came in a match which did not result in a victory to the team taking the five-wicket haul.[24]

As of 8 July 2018, 24 five-wicket hauls have been taken by 22 different players from 690 T20I matches.[25] Players from all teams that have permanent T20I status – with the exception of England, Zimbabwe and Ireland – have taken a five-wicket haul.[a] Of the teams that have temporary T20I status only Scotland and the Netherlands have had a player achieve the milestone[b] and of the teams that have previously held temporary T20I status only Kenya has a player achieve the feat.[c] Sri Lanka lead the list with four five-wicket hauls, followed by India, Pakistan and South Africa all with three.[27] Five-wicket hauls have been taken at 21 different grounds, with Eden Park in New Zealand, Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh's Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium all leading the list with two each.[28]

Key

Ajantha Mendis in April 2011
Ajantha Mendis of Sri Lanka is the only bowler to have taken two six-wicket hauls in T20Is.[9]
Key
Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was player of the match
Date Day on which the match was held
Inn Innings in which the 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 team for which the five-wicket haul was taken
D/L The result was decided by the Duckworth–Lewis method



Five-wicket hauls

Twenty20 International cricket five-wicket hauls[1]
No. Bowler Wkts Runs Overs Econ Inn Team Opposition Venue Date Batsmen Result Refs
1 Umar Gul dagger 5 6 3 2.00 1  Pakistan  New Zealand The Oval, London, England 13 June 2009 Won [29]
2 Nehemiah Odhiambo[d] 5 20 4 5.00 1  Kenya  Scotland Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi, Kenya 4 February 2010 Won [30][31]
3 Darren Sammy 5 26 3.5 6.78 1  West Indies  Zimbabwe Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago 28 February 2010 Lost [32]
4 Ryan McLaren dagger 5 19 3.5 4.95 2  South Africa  West Indies Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda 19 May 2010 Won [33]
5 Tim Southee dagger 5 18 4 4.50 1  New Zealand  Pakistan Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 26 December 2010 Won [34]
6 Ajantha Mendis dagger 6 16 4 4.00 2  Sri Lanka  Australia Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele, Sri Lanka 8 August 2011 Won [35]
7 Elias Sunny dagger 5 13 4 3.25 2  Bangladesh  Ireland Stormont, Belfast, Ireland 18 July 2012 Won [36]
8 Ajantha Mendis dagger 6 8 4 2.00 2  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota, Sri Lanka 18 September 2012 Won [37][38]
9 Lasith Malinga dagger 5 31 4 7.75 2  Sri Lanka  England Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele, Sri Lanka 1 October 2012 Won [39]
10 Umar Gul 5 6 2.2 2.57 2  Pakistan  South Africa SuperSport Park, Centurion, South Africa 3 March 2013 Won [40]
11 Samiullah Shenwari dagger 5 13 4 3.25 2  Afghanistan  Kenya Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 24 November 2013 Won [41]
12 Ahsan Malik 5 19 4 4.75 1  Netherlands  South Africa Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong, Bangladesh 27 March 2014 Lost [42]
13 Rangana Herath dagger 5 3 3.3 0.85 2  Sri Lanka  New Zealand Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong, Bangladesh 31 March 2014 Won [43]
14 David Wiese 5 23 4 5.75 2  South Africa  West Indies Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban, South Africa 14 January 2015 Won [44]
15 Alasdair Evans dagger 5 24 4 6.00 1  Scotland  Netherlands Raeburn Place, Edinburgh, Scotland 11 July 2015 Lost [45]
16 Mark Watt dagger 5 27 4 6.75 2  Scotland  Netherlands ICC Academy, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 5 February 2016 Won [46]
17 James Faulkner dagger 5 27 4 6.75 2  Australia  Pakistan Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, India 25 March 2016 Won [47]
18 Mustafizur Rahman 5 22 4 5.50 1  Bangladesh  New Zealand Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India 26 March 2016 Lost [48]
19 Imad Wasim dagger 5 14 4 3.50 1  Pakistan  West Indies Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 23 September 2016 Won [49]
20 Yuzvendra Chahal dagger 6 25 4 6.25 2  India  England M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India 1 February 2017 Won [50]
21 Imran Tahir dagger 5 24 3.5 6.26 2  South Africa  New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand 17 February 2017 Won [51]
22 Rashid Khan dagger[e] 5 3 2 1.50 2  Afghanistan  Ireland Greater Noida Sports Complex Ground, Greater Noida, India 10 March 2017 Won (D/L) [23]
23 Bhuvneshwar Kumar dagger 5 24 4 6.00 2  India  South Africa Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa 18 February 2018 Won [52]
24 Kuldeep Yadav dagger 5 24 4 6.00 1  India  England Old Trafford, Manchester, England 3 July 2018 Won [53]

Notes

  1. ^ The teams are New Zealand, Australia, England, South Africa, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, India, Ireland and Afghanistan.[26]
  2. ^ The teams are Scotland, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, the United Arab Emirates, Papua New Guinea and Oman.[26]
  3. ^ The teams are Kenya, Canada, Bermuda and Nepal.[26]
  4. ^ No player of the match was awarded.
  5. ^ Rashid Khan shared the man of the match award with Najeeb Tarakai.[23]

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