List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at the Galle International Stadium

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The Galle International Stadium is a 17,000 capacity cricket stadium situated in Galle, Sri Lanka. The first Test match was between hosts Sri Lanka and New Zealand on 3 June 1998.[1] Basically it is used for Test matches.

In total the ground has been the venue for 31 Test matches,[2] 9 One-Day International matches.[3]

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[4][5] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[6]

The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match at Galle International Stadium was Kumar Dharmasena, who took 6/72 in 1998 for Sri Lanka against New Zealand on very first Test played at the ground.[1] The best bowling figures to date were achieved by Muttiah Muralitharan who took 7/26 for Sri Lanka against England in 2003.[7] There have been a total of 48 five-wicket hauls in Test matches at the ground. Muralitharan has taken 11 Test five-wicket hauls, which is the highest by a bowler at Galle.

The first One Day International was played at Galle International Stadium between Sri Lanka and India on 25 June 1998, where the Match abandoned without a ball bowled.[8] Since then there have been only single five-wicket haul, which was achieved by Sanath Jayasuriya who took 5/28 for Sri Lanka against Australia in 1989.[9]

A Twenty20 International match is yet to be held at the venue.

Key

Muttiah Muralitharan have taken 11 five-wicket hauls at Galle Stadium.
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

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Galle International Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Kumar Dharmasena 3 June 1998  Sri Lanka  New Zealand 1 24.1 72 6 2.97 Sri Lanka won[10]
2 Niroshan Bandaratilleke 3 June 1998  Sri Lanka  New Zealand 3 24 36 5 1.50 Sri Lanka won[10]
3 Muttiah Muralitharan 22 September 1999  Sri Lanka  Australia 2 38 71 5 1.86 Drawn[11]
4 Muttiah Muralitharan 20 July 2000  Sri Lanka  South Africa 2 41 87 6 2.12 Sri Lanka won[12]
5 Muttiah Muralitharan 20 July 2000  Sri Lanka  South Africa 3 35 84 7 2.40 Sri Lanka won[12]
6 Dilhara Fernando 14 August 2001  Sri Lanka  India 1 25 42 5 1.68 Sri Lanka won[13]
7 Javagal Srinath 14 August 2001  India  Sri Lanka 2 24.5 114 5 4.59 Sri Lanka won[13]
8 Muttiah Muralitharan 14 August 2001  Sri Lanka  India 3 26.5 49 5 1.82 Sri Lanka won[13]
9 Muttiah Muralitharan 13 November 2001  Sri Lanka  West Indies 1 53.4 126 6 2.34 Sri Lanka won[14]
10 Muttiah Muralitharan 13 November 2001  Sri Lanka  West Indies 3 31.3 44 5 1.39 Sri Lanka won[14]
11 Muttiah Muralitharan 12 January 2002  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe 2 58.3 67 5 1.14 Sri Lanka won[15]
12 Sanath Jayasuriya 12 January 2002  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe 2 29 43 5 1.48 Sri Lanka won[15]
13 Muttiah Muralitharan 2 December 2003  Sri Lanka  England 2 31.4 46 7 1.45 Drawn[16]
14 Muttiah Muralitharan 8 March 2004  Sri Lanka  Australia 1 21.3 59 6 2.74 Australia won[17]
15 Shane Warne 8 March 2004  Australia  Sri Lanka 2 42.4 116 5 2.71 Australia won[17]
16 Muttiah Muralitharan 8 March 2004  Sri Lanka  Australia 3 56 153 5 2.73 Australia won[17]
17 Shane Warne 8 March 2004  Australia  Sri Lanka 4 15 43 5 2.86 Australia won[17]
18 Nicky Boje 4 August 2004  South Africa  Sri Lanka 3 22 88 5 4.00 Drawn[18]
19 Ajantha Mendis 31 July 2008  Sri Lanka  India 1 28 117 6 4.17 India won[19]
20 Harbhajan Singh 31 July 2008  India  Sri Lanka 2 40.3 102 6 2.51 India won[19]
21 Muttiah Muralitharan 18 July 2010  Sri Lanka  India 2 63 63 5 3.70 Sri Lanka won[20]
22 Lasith Malinga 18 July 2010  Sri Lanka  India 3 17 50 5 2.94 Sri Lanka won[20]
23 Ajantha Mendis 15 November 2010  Sri Lanka  West Indies 1 59 169 6 2.86 Drawn[21]
24 Nathan Lyon 31 August 2011  Australia  Sri Lanka 2 15 34 5 2.26 Australia won[22]
25 Rangana Herath 31 August 2011  Sri Lanka  Australia 3 23 79 5 3.43 Australia won[22]
26 Ryan Harris 31 August 2011  Australia  Sri Lanka 4 23 79 5 3.43 Australia won[22]
27 James Anderson 26 March 2012  England  Sri Lanka 1 20.3 72 5 3.51 Sri Lanka won[23]
28 Rangana Herath 26 March 2012  Sri Lanka  England 2 19 74 6 3.89 Sri Lanka won[23]
29 Graeme Swann 26 March 2012  England  Sri Lanka 3 30 82 6 2.73 Sri Lanka won[23]
30 Rangana Herath 26 March 2012  Sri Lanka  England 4 38 97 6 2.55 Sri Lanka won[23]
31 Saeed Ajmal 22 June 2012  Pakistan  Sri Lanka 1 46 146 5 3.17 Sri Lanka won[24]
32 Rangana Herath 17 November 2012  Sri Lanka  New Zealand 1 30 65 5 2.16 Sri Lanka won[25]
33 Rangana Herath 17 November 2012  Sri Lanka  New Zealand 3 18 43 6 2.38 Sri Lanka won[25]
34 Dale Steyn 16 July 2014  South Africa  Sri Lanka 2 23 54 5 2.34 South Africa won[26]
35 Dilruwan Perera 6 August 2014  Sri Lanka  Pakistan 1 31.5 137 5 4.30 Sri Lanka won[27]
36 Saeed Ajmal 6 August 2014  Pakistan  Sri Lanka 2 59.1 166 5 2.80 Sri Lanka won[27]
37 Rangana Herath 6 August 2014  Sri Lanka  Pakistan 3 30.2 48 6 1.58 Sri Lanka won[27]
38 Yasir Shah 17 June 2015  Pakistan  Sri Lanka 3 30.1 76 7 2.51 Pakistan won[28]
39 Ravichandran Ashwin 12 August 2015  India  Sri Lanka 1 13.4 46 6 3.36 Sri Lanka won[29]
40 Tharindu Kaushal 12 August 2015  Sri Lanka  India 2 32.4 134 5 4.10 Sri Lanka won[29]
41 Rangana Herath 12 August 2015  Sri Lanka  India 4 21 48 7 2.28 Sri Lanka won[29]
42 Rangana Herath 14 October 2015  Sri Lanka  West Indies 2 33 68 6 2.06 Sri Lanka won[30]
43 Mitchell Starc 4 August 2016  Australia  Sri Lanka 1 16.1 44 5 2.72 Sri Lanka won[31]
44 Mitchell Starc 4 August 2016  Australia  Sri Lanka 3 12.3 50 6 4.00 Sri Lanka won[32]
45 Dilruwan Perera 4 August 2016  Sri Lanka  Australia 4 23 70 6 3.04 Sri Lanka won[33]
46 Rangana Herath 7 March 2017  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh 4 20.2 59 6 2.90 Sri Lanka won[34]
47 Nuwan Pradeep 26 July 2017  Sri Lanka  India 1 31 132 6 4.25 India won[35]
48 Dilruwan Perera 12 July 2018  Sri Lanka  South Africa 4 14 32 6 2.28 Sri Lanka won[36]
49 Dilruwan Perera 6 November 2018  Sri Lanka  England 1 31 75 5 2.41 TBD[37]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day Internationals at Galle International Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Sanath Jayasuriya 22 August 1999  Sri Lanka  Australia 1 9 28 5 3.11 Australia won[9]

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