List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at Feroz Shah Kotla

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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]

Key

Anil Kumble bowling
Anil Kumble is only one of two bowlers to take ten wickets in an innings, doing so against Pakistan in 1999 at the Feroz Shah Kotla.[4]
Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was man of the match
double-dagger 10 or more wickets taken in the match
Section-sign One of two five-wicket hauls by the bowler in the match
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
Result Result of the match
 Up-arrow  Bowler achieved the feat during an ODI tournament match.

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Feroz Shah Kotla
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Rangachari, C. R.C. R. Rangachari 10 November 1948  India  West Indies 1 29.4 107 5 3.60 Match drawn[5]
2 Shinde, SaduSadu Shinde 2 November 1951  India  England 1 35.3 91 6 2.56 Match drawn[6]
3 Mankad, VinooVinoo Mankad double-dagger Section-sign 16 October 1952  India  Pakistan 2 47 52 8 1.10 India won[7]
4 Mankad, VinooVinoo Mankad double-dagger Section-sign 16 October 1952  India  Pakistan 3 24.2 79 5 3.24 India won[7]
5 Smith, CollieCollie Smith 6 February 1959  West Indies  India 4 42 90 5 2.14 Match drawn[8]
6 Benaud, RichieRichie Benaud 12 December 1959  Australia  India 4 46 76 5 1.65 Australia won[9]
7 Kumar, VamanVaman Kumar 8 February 1961  India  Pakistan 2 37.5 64 5 1.69 Match drawn[10]
8 Venkataraghavan, SrinivasaraghavanSrinivasaraghavan Venkataraghavan double-dagger 19 March 1965  India  New Zealand 1 51.1 72 8 1.40 India won[11]
9 Mallett, AshleyAshley Mallett 28 November 1969  Australia  India 2 32.3 64 6 1.96 India won[12]
10 Bedi, Bishen SinghBishen Singh Bedi 28 November 1969  India  Australia 3 23 37 5 1.60 India won[12]
11 Prasanna, E. A. S.E. A. S. Prasanna 28 November 1969  India  Australia 3 24.2 42 5 1.72 India won[12]
12 Arnold, GeoffGeoff Arnold 20 December 1972  England  India 1 23.4 45 6 1.90 England won[13]
13 Chandrasekhar, B. S.B. S. Chandrasekhar 20 December 1972  India  England 2 41.5 79 8 1.88 England won[13]
14 Gibbs, LanceLance Gibbs 11 December 1974  West Indies  India 3 40.5 76 6 1.86 West Indies won[14]
15 Lever, JohnJohn Lever double-dagger 17 December 1976  England  India 2 23 46 7 2.00 England won[15]
16 Dev, KapilKapil Dev 13 October 1979  India  Australia 2 32 82 5 2.56 Match drawn[16]
17 Dev, KapilKapil Dev 4 December 1979  India  Pakistan 1 23.5 58 5 2.43 Match drawn[17]
18 Bakht, SikanderSikander Bakht double-dagger 4 December 1979  Pakistan  India 2 21 69 8 3.28 Match drawn[17]
19 Lal, MadanMadan Lal 27 December 1981  India  England 1 32 85 5 2.65 Match drawn[18]
20 Dev, KapilKapil Dev 29 October 1983  India  West Indies 1 31 77 6 2.48 Match drawn[19]
21 Sivaramakrishnan, LaxmanLaxman Sivaramakrishnan 12 December 1984  England  India 2 49.1 99 6 2.01 England won[20]
22 Patterson, PatrickPatrick Patterson 25 November 1987  West Indies  India 1 8.5 24 5 2.71 West Indies won[21]
23 Sharma, ChetanChetan Sharma 25 November 1987  India  West Indies 2 13.1 55 5 4.17 West Indies won[21]
24 Walsh, CourtneyCourtney Walsh 25 November 1987  West Indies  India 3 29.3 54 5 1.83 West Indies won[21]
25 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble 13 March 1993  India  Zimbabwe 4 38.5 70 5 1.80 India won[22]
26 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble 10 October 1996  India  Australia 3 41 67 5 1.63 India won[23]
27 Mushtaq, SaqlainSaqlain Mushtaq double-dagger Section-sign 4 February 1999  Pakistan  India 1 35.5 94 5 2.62 India won[24]
28 Mushtaq, SaqlainSaqlain Mushtaq double-dagger Section-sign 4 February 1999  Pakistan  India 3 46.4 122 5 2.61 India won[24]
29 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble dagger double-dagger 4 February 1999  India  Pakistan 4 26.3 74 10 2.79 India won[24]
30 Srinath, JavagalJavagal Srinath dagger 18 November 2000  India  Zimbabwe 3 24.1 60 5 2.48 India won[25]
31 Singh, HarbhajanHarbhajan Singh dagger 28 February 2002  India  Zimbabwe 3 31 62 6 2.00 India won[26]
32 Muralitharan, MuttiahMuttiah Muralitharan 10 December 2005  Sri Lanka  India 1 38.4 100 7 2.58 India won[27]
33 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble dagger double-dagger 10 December 2005  India  Sri Lanka 2 28 72 6 2.57 India won[27]
34 Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag 29 October 2008  India  Australia 2 40 104 5 2.60 Match drawn[28]
35 Ojha, PragyanPragyan Ojha 6 November 2011  India  West Indies 1 34.2 72 6 2.09 India won[29]
36 Ashwin, RavichandranRavichandran Ashwin dagger Section-sign 6 November 2011  India  West Indies 3 21.3 47 6 2.18 India won[29]
37 Ashwin, RavichandranRavichandran Ashwin 22 March 2013  India  Australia 1 34 57 5 1.67 India won[30]
38 Lyon, NathanNathan Lyon 22 March 2013  Australia  India 2 23.2 94 7 1.67 India won[30]
39 Jadeja, RavindraRavindra Jadeja 22 March 2013  India  Australia 3 18 58 5 3.62 India won[30]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day International matches at Feroz Shah Kotla
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Richards, VivViv Richards Up-arrow dagger 23 October 1989  West Indies  India 2 9.4 41 6 4.24 West Indies won[31]
2 Giles, AshleyAshley Giles dagger 31 January 2002  England  India 2 10 57 5 5.70 England won[32]
3 Singh, HarbhajanHarbhajan Singh dagger 28 March 2006  India  England 2 10 31 5 3.10 India won[33]
4 Roach, KemarKemar Roach Up-arrow dagger 28 February 2011  West Indies  Netherlands 2 8.3 27 6 3.17 West Indies won[34]
5 Ajmal, SaeedSaeed Ajmal 6 January 2013  Pakistan  India 1 9.4 24 5 2.48 India won[35]

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