List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at Bangabandhu National Stadium

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The Bangabandhu National Stadium, also known as the Dhaka Stadium is located in Dhaka, is a sports ground in Bangladesh that has hosted international cricket matches along with provincial games. The venue was the home of the men's and currently Bangladesh national football team. It hosted its last international cricket match on 1 March 2005, until International Cricket status was shifted to Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[1][2] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[3]

The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match at Dhaka Stadium was Ghulam Ahmed for India against Pakistan way back in 1955; he finished the innings with bowling figures of five wickets for 109 runs. The best figures in Test cricket at this venue are 7 wickets for 77 runs, taken by Pakistan's Danish Kaneria against Bangladesh in 2002. Pakistan's Fazal Mahmood has the most Test fifers with three at Dhaka Stadium. Until its closure in 2005 by ICC, there have been 31 Test match five-wicket hauls at this ground.[4]

The first ODI fifer at the ground was taken by Indian Arshad Ayub in 1988 where he took five wickets for 25 runs against Pakistan. Best bowling figures of six for 35 runs against Bangladesh was taken by Pakistani pacer Abdul Razzaq in 2002. Until its last ODI in 2005, a total of six fifers has been taken at the venue.[5]

Key

Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was man of the match
double-dagger 10 or more wickets taken in the match
Up-arrow Debut match
A hat-trick was taken
Date Day the Test started or ODI was 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
Drawn The match was drawn.

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Bangabandhu National Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Ahmed, GhulamGhulam Ahmed 1 January 1955  India  Pakistan 1 45 109 5 2.42 Drawn[6]
2 Hussain, MahmoodMahmood Hussain 1 January 1955  Pakistan  India 2 27 67 6 2.48 Drawn[6]
3 Gupte, SubhashSubhash Gupte 1 January 1955  India  Pakistan 3 6 18 5 3.00 Drawn[6]
4 Mohammad, KhanKhan Mohammad 7 November 1955  Pakistan  New Zealand 3 6 18 5 3.00 Drawn[7]
5 Mahmood, FazalFazal Mahmood 6 March 1959  Pakistan  West Indies 2 18.3 34 6 1.83 Pakistan won[8]
7 Mahmood, FazalFazal Mahmood 13 November 1959  Pakistan  Australia 2 35.5 71 5 1.98 Australia won[9]
8 Mackay, KenKen Mackay 13 November 1959  Australia  Pakistan 3 45 42 6 0.93 Australia won[9]
9 Allen, DavidDavid Allen 19 January 1962  England  Pakistan 3 23.1 30 5 1.29 Drawn[10]
10 Underwood, DerekDerek Underwood 28 February 1969  England  Pakistan 3 44 94 5 2.13 Drawn[11]
11 Alam, IntikhabIntikhab Alam 8 November 1969  Pakistan  New Zealand 1 56 91 5 1.62 Drawn[12]
12 Alam, IntikhabIntikhab Alam 8 November 1969  Pakistan  New Zealand 3 39.4 91 5 2.29 Drawn[12]
13 Khan, ArshadArshad Khan 12 March 1999  Pakistan  Sri Lanka 1 20 38 5 1.90 Pakistan won[13]
14 Chandana, UpulUpul Chandana 12 March 1999  Sri Lanka  Pakistan 2 47.5 179 6 3.74 Pakistan won[13]
15 Joshi, SunilSunil Joshi 10 November 2000  India  Bangladesh 1 45.3 142 5 3.12 India won[14]
16 Rahman, NaimurNaimur Rahman 10 November 2000  Bangladesh  India 2 44.3 132 6 2.96 India won[14]
17 Friend, TravisTravis Friend 8 November 2001  Zimbabwe  Bangladesh 1 18 31 5 1.72 Drawn[15]
18 Younis, WaqarWaqar Younis 9 January 2002  Pakistan  Bangladesh 1 16.2 55 6 3.36 Pakistan won[16]
19 Kaneria, DanishDanish Kaneria 9 January 2002  Pakistan  Bangladesh 3 19.4 77 7 3.91 Pakistan won[16]
20 Collins, PedroPedro Collins 8 December 2002  West Indies  Bangladesh 1 17.1 26 5 1.51 West Indies won[17]
21 Lawson, JermaineJermaine Lawson 8 December 2002  West Indies  Bangladesh 3 6.5 3 6 0.43 West Indies won[17]
22 Mohammad Rafique 1 May 2003  Bangladesh  South Africa 1 37.2 77 6 2.06 South Africa won[18]
23 Steve Harmison 1 May 2003  England  Bangladesh 1 21.5 35 5 1.60 England won[19]
24 James Franklin 19 October 2004  New Zealand  Bangladesh 1 17 28 5 1.64 New Zealand won[20]
25 Mohammad Rafique 19 October 2004  Bangladesh  New Zealand 2 59.1 122 6 2.06 New Zealand won[20]
26 Daniel Vettori 19 October 2004  New Zealand  Bangladesh 3 22 28 6 1.27 New Zealand won[20]
27 Irfan Pathan 10 December 2004  India  Bangladesh 1 16 45 5 2.81 India won[21]
28 Irfan Pathan 10 December 2004  India  Bangladesh 3 15 51 6 3.40 India won[21]
29 Enamul Haque jnr 14 January 2005  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 1 36 95 7 2.63 Drawn[22]
30 Douglas Hondo 14 January 2005  Zimbabwe  Bangladesh 2 22 59 6 2.68 Drawn[22]
31 Enamul Haque jnr 14 January 2005  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 3 37 105 5 2.83 Drawn[22]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day International matches at Bangabandhu National Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Ayub, ArshadArshad Ayub 31 October 1988  India  Pakistan 1 9 21 5 2.33 India won[23]
2 Srinath, JavagalJavagal Srinath 10 January 1998  India  Bangladesh 1 10 23 5 2.30 India won[24]
3 Kallis, JacquesJacques Kallis 1 November 1998  South Africa  West Indies 1 7.3 30 5 4.00 South Africa won[25]
4 Strang, PaulPaul Strang 19 March 1999  Zimbabwe  Kenya 2 10 22 5 2.20 Zimbabwe won[26]
5 Abdul Razzaq 25 January 2002  Pakistan  Bangladesh 1 9.5 35 6 3.55 Pakistan won[27]
6 Aftab Ahmed 19 March 1999  Bangladesh  New Zealand 2 10 31 5 3.10 New Zealand won[28]

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