List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium

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Bowlers have taken thirty-two five-wicket hauls in Tests, five fifers in One Day Internationals, and one five-wicket haul in T20I matches played at the ground.

M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, formerly known as the Karnataka State Cricket Association Stadium,[1] is a sports ground in Bangalore, India that has hosted international cricket matches along with provincial games.[1] Named after M. Chinnaswamy, former President of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), it is the home ground of the Karnataka cricket team and the Indian Premier League team Royal Challengers Bangalore.[1][2] The ground has a capacity of 36,000 spectators for international matches.[1] It has hosted international cricket matches since its first Test match in 1974, between India and West Indies,[1] and has been home to twenty-two Test matches in total.[3] The M. Chinnaswamy Stadium has also staged 24 One Day International (ODI) matches,[3] the first of which was in 1982 when India defeated Sri Lanka during the latter's 1982–83 tour of India.[1][4]

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[5][6] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[7] The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium was Bob Willis for England against India in 1977; he finished with bowling figures of 6 wickets for 53 runs.[8] India's Harbhajan Singh became the first and only cricketer till date to take two five-wicket hauls in the same match at this venue when he took 5 for 146 and 6 for 78 in the first and third innings of the first Test of the 2004–05 Border-Gavaskar Trophy series against Australia.[9] The best figures in Test cricket at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium are 8 for 50, taken by Australia's Nathan Lyon against India in March 2017.[9] The most recent five-wicket haul was taken in the same match by India's Ravichandran Ashwin with figures of six wickets for 41 runs.[9] As of March 2017, 26 bowlers have taken 33 Test match five-wicket hauls at this ground.[9]

As of 2017, five bowlers have taken ODI five-wicket hauls at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium. India's Javagal Srinath was the first to take an ODI five-wicket haul at this ground when he took five wickets for 41 runs against England in 1993.[9] In the second innings, Paul Jarvis took five wickets for 35 runs as England won the match.[9] Yuvraj Singh's five wickets for 31 runs in a 2011 World Cup match against Ireland remains the most recent five-wicket haul and also the best bowling figures in ODI cricket at this ground.[9][10]

Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal is the only bowler to have taken a five-wicket haul in a T20I match held at the ground, doing so against England on 1 February 2017.[11]

Key

Anil Kumble took thirty-five Test five-wicket hauls in total, with four of them coming at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.[12]
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
Drawn The match was drawn.

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Willis, BobBob Willis 28 January 1977  England  India 1 17 53 6 3.11 India won[8]
2 Chandrasekhar, B. S.B. S. Chandrasekhar 28 January 1977  India  England 2 31.2 76 6 2.42 India won[8]
3 Bedi, Bishen SinghBishen Singh Bedi 28 January 1977  India  England 4 21.3 71 6 3.30 India won[8]
4 Clarke, SylvesterSylvester Clarke 15 December 1978  West Indies  India 2 34.2 126 5 3.66 Match drawn[13]
5 Ghavri, KarsanKarsan Ghavri 15 December 1978  India  West Indies 3 24 51 5 2.12 Match drawn[13]
6 Lever, JohnJohn Lever 9 December 1981  England  India 2 36 100 5 2.77 Match drawn[14]
7 Naqqash, TahirTahir Naqqash 14 September 1983  Pakistan  India 2 34.5 76 5 2.18 Match drawn[15]
8 Dev, KapilKapil Dev 14 September 1983  India  Pakistan 3 29 68 5 2.34 Match drawn[15]
9 Singh, ManinderManinder Singh double-dagger 13 March 1987  India  Pakistan 1 18.2 27 7 1.47 Pakistan won[16]
10 Qasim, IqbalIqbal Qasim 13 March 1987  Pakistan  India 2 30 48 5 1.60 Pakistan won[16]
11 Ahmed, TauseefTauseef Ahmed 13 March 1987  Pakistan  India 2 27 54 5 2.00 Pakistan won[16]
12 Hadlee, RichardRichard Hadlee 12 November 1988  New Zealand  India 1 30 65 5 2.16 India won[17]
13 Hirwani, NarendraNarendra Hirwani 12 November 1988  India  New Zealand 4 30 59 6 1.96 India won[17]
14 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble 18 October 1995  New Zealand  India 3 27.2 81 5 2.96 India won[18]
15 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble 25 March 1998  India  Australia 2 41.3 98 6 2.36 Australia won[19]
16 Kasprowicz, MichaelMichael Kasprowicz dagger 25 March 1998  Australia  India 3 18 28 5 1.55 Australia won[19]
17 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble 6 March 2000  India  South Africa 2 68.4 143 6 2.08 South Africa won[20]
18 Boje, NickyNicky Boje dagger 6 March 2000  South Africa  India 2 38 83 5 2.18 South Africa won[20]
19 Singh, HarbhajanHarbhajan Singh double-dagger Section-sign 6 October 2004  India  Australia 1 41 146 5 3.56 Australia won[21]
20 Singh, HarbhajanHarbhajan Singh double-dagger Section-sign 6 October 2004  India  Australia 3 30.5 78 6 3.56 Australia won[21]
21 Singh, HarbhajanHarbhajan Singh 24 March 2005  India  Pakistan 1 51.5 152 6 2.93 Pakistan won[22]
22 Kaneria, DanishDanish Kaneria 24 March 2005  Pakistan  India 2 39 127 5 3.25 Pakistan won[22]
23 Arafat, YasirYasir Arafat 8 December 2007  Pakistan  India 1 39 161 5 4.12 Match drawn[23]
24 Sharma, IshantIshant Sharma 8 December 2007  India  Pakistan 2 33.1 118 5 3.55 Match drawn[23]
25 Kumble, AnilAnil Kumble 8 December 2007  India  Pakistan 4 14 60 5 4.28 Match drawn[23]
26 Khan, ZaheerZaheer Khan dagger 9 October 2008  India  Australia 1 29.5 91 5 3.05 Match drawn[24]
27 Ojha, PragyanPragyan Ojha 31 August 2012  India  New Zealand 1 28.1 99 5 3.51 India won[25]
28 Southee, TimTim Southee 31 August 2012  New Zealand  India 2 24 64 7 2.66 India won[25]
29 Ashwin, RavichandranRavichandran Ashwin 31 August 2012  India  New Zealand 3 22 69 5 3.13 India won[25]
30 Lyon, NathanNathan Lyon 4 March 2017  Australia  India 1 22.2 50 8 2.23 India won[26]
31 Jadeja, RavindraRavindra Jadeja 4 March 2017  India  Australia 2 21.4 63 6 2.90 India won[26]
32 Hazlewood, JoshJosh Hazlewood 4 March 2017  Australia  India 3 24 67 6 2.79 India won[26]
33 Ashwin, RavichandranRavichandran Ashwin 4 March 2017  India  Australia 4 12.4 41 6 3.23 India won[26]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day International matches at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Srinath, JavagalJavagal Srinath 26 February 1993  India  England 1 9 41 5 4.55 England won[27]
2 Jarvis, PaulPaul Jarvis dagger 26 February 1993  England  India 2 8.4 35 5 4.03 England won[27]
3 Mahmood, AzharAzhar Mahmood dagger 4 April 1999  Pakistan  India 2 10 35 5 3.50 Pakistan won[28]
4 Bresnan, TimTim Bresnan 27 February 2011  England  India 1 10 48 5 4.80 Match tied[29]
5 Singh, YuvrajYuvraj Singh dagger 6 March 2011  India  Ireland 1 10 31 5 3.10 India won[10]

Twenty20 Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in Twenty20 International matches at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Chahal, YuzvendraYuzvendra Chahal dagger 1 February 2017  India  England 2 4 25 6 6.25 India won[11]

See also

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