List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at the Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium

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As of June 2018, 44 international five-wicket hauls have been taken at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, 27 in Tests, 16 in One Day Internationals and 1 during a WODI match.[1][2]

The Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, formerly known as the Mirpur Stadium due to its location in the city's locality of Mirpur, is a sports ground in Dhaka, Bangladesh that has hosted international cricket matches along with provincial games.[3] It is named after A. K. Fazlul Huq, the first Prime Minister of Bengal, who was accorded the title Sher-e-Bangla ("The Tiger of Bengal").[4] The venue was taken over by the Bangladesh Cricket Board in 2004, replacing the Bangabandhu National Stadium as the home of both the men's and women's national teams. It has a capacity of 25,000 spectators for international matches.[3] The first One Day International (ODI) at the ground was played between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe in 2006,[5] and the first Test was held between Bangladesh and India the following year.[6] As of June 2018, the ground has played host to 17 Test matches and 105 ODI matches.[7][8]

A five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[9][10] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[11] The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul at Mirpur was Zaheer Khan for India against Bangladesh during the ground's debut Test match in May 2007.[12][13] The most recent five-wicket haul, as of June 2018, was taken by Sri Lanka's Akila Dananjaya during the second Test against Bangladesh in February 2018.[14] Taking 5 wickets for 24 runs, Dananjaya became the third Sri Lankan bowler to take a five-wicket haul on Test debut.[15] West Indian Sohag Gazi is the only other bowler to achieve the feat on Test debut at this ground.[16][17] Bangladesh's Taijul Islam has returned the best Test bowling figures at the venue with 8 wickets for 39 runs, followed by Zaheer Khan with figures of 7 for 87.[18] A further six players have taken a six-wicket haul,[19] including Shahadat Hossain of Bangladesh with the most economical Test five-wicket haul at Mirpur with an economy rate of 1.74.[20] The current Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan tops the list, with seven Test five-wicket hauls well ahead of Mehedi Hasan and Zaheer Khan with two each.[21] As of June 2018, 27 five-wicket hauls have been taken in Test matches at this ground by 19 different players.[22]

Farhad Reza of Bangladesh was the first bowler to take a five-wicket haul at the ground during an ODI match, taking 5/42 against Ireland in March 2008.[23][24] As of June 2018, the most recent five-wicket haul was taken by England's Jake Ball during the first ODI against Bangladesh in October 2016.[25] Ball is one of four players to take a five-wicket haul during their ODI debut at the venue,[26] the others being Bangladesh's Taskin Ahmed and Mustafizur Rahman and Kagiso Rabada of South Africa,[27] making the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium the only venue where four bowlers have achieved this feat.[28] Rabada's figures of 6 for 16, as of June 2018, is the best by a bowler on ODI debut[29] and he is the second bowler to take a hat-trick on ODI debut.[30] Two other players took hat-tricks as part of their ODI five-wicket hauls on this ground, Abdur Razzak against Zimbabwe in 2010,[31] and Rubel Hossain against New Zealand in 2013.[32] Kemar Roach's 5/56 came in the West Indies defeat to Bangladesh – one of only two occurrences that did not result in a victory to the team taking the ODI five-wicket haul.[33] The other was Bangladesh's lost to India in June 2014 where two five-wicket hauls were taken in the match – Taskin Ahmed's 5/28 on debut and Stuart Binny's 6 wickets for 4 runs,[34] the best ODI bowling figures achieved at the ground.[35] Mustafizur Rahman of Bangladesh leads the list with three ODI five-wicket hauls ahead of his compatriot Abdur Razzak with two.[36] As of June 2018, 13 different players have taken 16 five-wicket hauls in ODI matches at this ground.[37]

From the seven women's One Day International (WODI) matches that been contested at the ground,[38] as of June 2018, a sole five-wicket haul has been taken.[2] During the final 2011 Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament, Anisa Mohammed took 7/14 to help the West Indies secure victory against Pakistan.[39] As of June 2018, the ground has hosted 37 Twenty20 International matches[40] and 6 women's Twenty20 International matches[41] and no five-wicket hauls been taken in these formats.[42][43]

Key

Shakib Al Hasan in January 2009
Shakib Al Hasan has taken eight international five-wicket hauls at this ground, seven in Tests and one in ODIs – the most by any player.[44]
Key
Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was player of the match
double-dagger The bowler took 10 or more wickets in the match
Up-arrow The bowler's debut match
The bowler took a hat-trick as part of the five-wicket haul
Date Day on which the Test match began or the ODI/WODI 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

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium[12]
No. Bowler Wkts Runs Overs Econ Inn Team Opposition Date Batsmen Result Ref
1 Zaheer Khan dagger 5 34 10 3.40 2  India  Bangladesh 25 May 2007 Won [45]
2 Morné Morkel 5 50 13 3.84 1  South Africa  Bangladesh 22 February 2008 Won [46]
3 Shahadat Hossain 6 27 15.3 1.74 2  Bangladesh  South Africa 22 February 2008 Lost [46]
4 Jacques Kallis dagger 5 30 14 2.14 3  South Africa  Bangladesh 22 February 2008 Won [46]
5 Daniel Vettori dagger 5 66 19 3.47 2  New Zealand  Bangladesh 25 October 2008 Drawn [47]
6 Shakib Al Hasan dagger 5 70 28.4 2.44 1  Bangladesh  Sri Lanka 26 December 2008 Lost [48]
7 Muttiah Muralitharan double-dagger 6 49 22 2.22 2  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh 26 December 2008 Won [48]
8 Zaheer Khan dagger double-dagger 7 87 20.3 4.24 3  India  Bangladesh 24 January 2010 Won [49]
9 Shakib Al Hasan 5 63 34.4 1.81 1  Bangladesh  West Indies 29 October 2011 Lost [50]
10 Fidel Edwards 5 63 13 4.84 2  West Indies  Bangladesh 29 October 2011 Won [50]
11 Devendra Bishoo 5 90 25 3.60 4  West Indies  Bangladesh 29 October 2011 Won [50]
12 Shakib Al Hasan dagger 6 82 40.5 2.00 2  Bangladesh  Pakistan 17 December 2011 Lost [51]
13 Sohag Gazi Up-arrow 6 74 23.2 3.17 3  Bangladesh  West Indies 13 November 2012 Lost [52]
14 Tino Best 5 24 12.3 1.92 4  West Indies  Bangladesh 13 November 2012 Won [52]
15 Neil Wagner 5 64 19 3.36 1  New Zealand  Bangladesh 21 October 2013 Drawn [53]
16 Shakib Al Hasan 5 103 43 2.39 2  Bangladesh  New Zealand 21 October 2013 Drawn [53]
17 Dilruwan Perera 5 109 19.5 5.49 3  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh 27 January 2014 Won [54]
18 Shakib Al Hasan 6 59 24.5 2.37 1  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 25 October 2014 Won [55]
19 Tinashe Panyangara 5 59 23 2.56 2  Zimbabwe  Bangladesh 25 October 2014 Lost [55]
20 Taijul Islam dagger 8 39 16.5 2.31 3  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 25 October 2014 Won [55]
21 Moeen Ali 5 57 19.5 2.87 1  England  Bangladesh 28 October 2016 Lost [56]
22 Mehedi Hasan dagger double-dagger 6 82 28 2.92 2  Bangladesh  England 28 October 2016 Won [56]
23 Mehedi Hasan dagger double-dagger 6 77 21.3 3.58 4  Bangladesh  England 28 October 2016 Won [56]
24 Shakib Al Hasan dagger double-dagger 5 68 25.5 2.63 2  Bangladesh  Australia 27 August 2017 Won [57]
25 Nathan Lyon 6 82 34.3 2.37 3  Australia  Bangladesh 27 August 2017 Lost [57]
26 Shakib Al Hasan dagger double-dagger 5 85 28 3.03 4  Bangladesh  Australia 27 August 2017 Won [57]
27 Akila Dananjaya Up-arrow 5 24 5 4.80 4  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh 8 February 2018 Won [58]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day International matches at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium[23]
No. Bowler Wkts Runs Overs Econ Inn Team Opposition Date Batsmen Result Ref
1 Farhad Reza dagger 5 42 10 4.20 2  Bangladesh  Ireland 20 March 2008 Won [59]
2 Abdur Razzak dagger 5 29 9.2 3.10 1  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 29 October 2009 Won [60]
3 Chanaka Welegedara 5 66 10 6.60 1  Sri Lanka  India 5 January 2010 Won [61]
4 Abdur Razzak dagger 5 30 9.2 3.21 1  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 3 December 2010 Won [62]
5 Shahid Afridi dagger 5 23 6.3 3.53 1  Pakistan  Bangladesh 1 December 2011 Won [63]
6 Kemar Roach 5 56 9 6.22 2  West Indies  Bangladesh 8 December 2012 Lost [64]
7 Rubel Hossain dagger 6 26 5.5 4.45 2  Bangladesh  New Zealand 29 October 2013 Won [65]
8 Lasith Malinga dagger 5 56 10 5.60 1  Sri Lanka  Pakistan 8 March 2014 Won [66]
9 Taskin Ahmed Up-arrow 5 28 8 3.50 1  Bangladesh  India 17 June 2014 Lost [67]
10 Stuart Binny dagger 6 4 4.4 0.85 2  India  Bangladesh 17 June 2014 Won [67]
11 Mustafizur Rahman dagger Up-arrow 5 50 9.2 5.35 2  Bangladesh  India 18 June 2015 Won [68]
12 Mustafizur Rahman dagger 6 43 10 4.30 1  Bangladesh  India 21 June 2015 Won [69]
13 Kagiso Rabada dagger Up-arrow 6 16 8 2.00 1  South Africa  Bangladesh 10 July 2015 Won [70]
14 Shakib Al Hasan 5 47 10 4.70 2  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 7 November 2015 Won [71]
15 Mustafizur Rahman 5 34 8 4.25 2  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 11 November 2015 Won [72]
16 Jake Ball dagger Up-arrow 5 51 9.5 5.18 2  England  Bangladesh 7 October 2016 Won [73]

Women's One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in women's One Day International matches at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium[2]
No. Bowler Wkts Runs Overs Econ Inn Team Opposition Date Batsmen Result Ref
1 Anisa Mohammed dagger 7 14 8.3 1.64 2  West Indies  Pakistan 26 November 2011 Won [74]

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