List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Shane Warne

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Shane Warne has captured the second highest number of five-wicket hauls in Test cricket.

Shane Warne, a retired international Australian cricketer, took a number of five-wicket hauls during his career for Australia. In cricket, a five-wicket haul - also known as a five-for or fifer[1]- refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement,[2] and only four bowlers have taken more than 30 five-wicket hauls in their Test cricket careers.[3] Warne has the second-most five-wicket hauls in Test cricket with 37, behind Sri Lankan Muttiah Muralitharan.[3] Despite this he has only taken a single five-wicket haul in One Day Internationals (ODI).[4] He is one of the most experienced Australian cricketers, and the second leading wicket taker in Test cricket history with 708 wickets, again behind Muralitharan.[5] He is twelfth on the all-time list of ODI wicket takers.[6] In 2000, Warne was named fourth of five Wisden Cricketers of the Century behind Sir Donald Bradman, Sir Garfield Sobers and Sir Jack Hobbs.[7]

Warne made his Test debut against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) in January 1992,[4] and took his first five-wicket haul later that year, against the West Indies at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.[8] He has taken ten or more wickets in a match ten times in his career and is second in the all-time list behind Muralitharan with 22.[9] Warne's career-best bowling figures in an innings is 8 wickets for 71 runs which he achieved in 1994 against England in Brisbane,[10] while his best match figures are 12 wickets for 128 runs against South Africa in Sydney in 1994.[11] Warne has been most successful against England, taking 11 five-wicket hauls against them, the first in 1993 and the last one in 2006,[12] and was most prolific at the SCG where 5 of his 38 five-wicket hauls were taken.[12] Warne retired from international cricket in January 2007 having taken 708 Test and 293 ODI wickets in his career.[13] He announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in May 2011.[14]

Key[edit]

A bowler, midway through delivery. An umpire with black trousers and a light shirt watches from the left while the batsman not receiving the delivery is already walking down the pitch. In the background is a two-tier stand, full of spectators.
Warne bowling at The Gabba against England during the 2006–07 Ashes series.
  • Date – Date the match was held. Starting date of the match for Test matches.
  • Overs – Number of overs bowled in that innings.
  • RunsRuns conceded.
  • Wkts – Number of wickets taken by Warne.
  • Batsmen – The batsmen whose wickets were taken in the five-wicket haul.
  • EconBowling economy rate (average runs per over).
  • Inn – The innings of the match in which the five-wicket haul was taken.
  • Result – The result for the Australian team in that match.
  • dagger – Warne was selected player of the match.
  • double-dagger – 10 or more wickets taken by Warne in the match.

Tests[edit]

No. Date Ground Against Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result Ref
1 26 December 1992 dagger Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  West Indies 4 23.2 52 7 2.22 Won [15]
2 5 August 1993 Edgbaston, Birmingham  England 3 49.0 82 5 1.67 Won [16]
3 26 November 1993 Bellerive Oval, Hobart  New Zealand 3 19.5 31 6 1.56 Won [17]
4 2 January 1994 double-dagger Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  South Africa 1 27.0 56 7 2.07 Lost [18]
5 2 January 1994 double-dagger Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  South Africa 3 42.0 72 5 1.71 Lost [18]
6 28 September 1994 dagger National Stadium, Karachi  Pakistan 4 36.1 89 5 2.46 Lost [19]
7 1 November 1994 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Pakistan 1 41.5 136 6 3.25 Drawn [20]
8 25 November 1994 double-dagger dagger Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  England 4 50.2 71 8 1.41 Won [21]
9 24 December 1994 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  England 2 27.4 64 6 2.31 Won [22]
10 9 November 1995 double-dagger dagger Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  Pakistan 2 16.1 23 7 1.42 Won [23]
11 3 July 1997 Old Trafford, Manchester  England 2 30.0 48 6 1.60 Won [24]
12 27 November 1997 Bellerive Oval, Hobart  New Zealand 4 28.0 88 5 3.14 Drawn [25]
13 2 January 1998 double-dagger dagger Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  South Africa 1 32.1 75 5 2.33 Won [26]
14 2 January 1998 double-dagger dagger Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  South Africa 3 21.0 34 6 1.61 Won [26]
15 9 September 1999 Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy  Sri Lanka 2 16.0 52 5 3.25 Lost [27]
16 18 November 1999 Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Pakistan 3 45.5 110 5 2.40 Won [28]
17 5 July 2001 Edgbaston, Birmingham  England 1 19.0 71 5 3.73 Won [29]
18 2 August 2001 dagger Trent Bridge, Nottingham  England 3 18.0 33 6 1.83 Won [30]
19 23 August 2001 double-dagger dagger The Oval, London  England 2 44.2 165 7 3.72 Won [31]
20 14 December 2001 dagger Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  South Africa 2 39.4 113 5 2.84 Won [32]
21 8 March 2002 dagger Newlands, Cape Town  South Africa 3 70.0 161 6 2.30 Won [33]
22 3 October 2002 double-dagger dagger Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo  Pakistan 2 24.3 94 7 3.83 Won [34]
23 19 October 2002 dagger Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, UAE  Pakistan 2 30.1 74 5 2.45 Won [35]
24 8 March 2004 double-dagger dagger Galle International Stadium, Galle  Sri Lanka 2 42.4 116 5 2.71 Won [36]
25 8 March 2004 double-dagger dagger Galle International Stadium, Galle  Sri Lanka 4 15.0 43 5 2.86 Won [36]
26 16 March 2004 double-dagger dagger Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy  Sri Lanka 2 20.1 65 5 3.22 Won [37]
27 16 March 2004 double-dagger dagger Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy  Sri Lanka 4 21.1 90 5 4.25 Won [37]
28 14 October 2004 M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai  India 2 42.3 125 6 2.94 Drawn [38]
29 10 March 2005 Jade Stadium, Christchurch  New Zealand 3 14.0 39 5 2.78 Drawn [39]
30 4 August 2005 double-dagger Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham  England 3 23.1 46 6 1.98 Lost [40]
31 8 September 2005 double-dagger The Oval, London  England 1 37.3 122 6 3.25 Drawn [41]
32 8 September 2005 double-dagger The Oval, London  England 3 38.3 124 6 3.22 Drawn [41]
33 3 November 2005 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  West Indies 2 28.0 48 5 1.71 Won [42]
34 25 November 2005 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  West Indies 3 33.0 80 6 2.42 Won [43]
35 24 March 2006 dagger Sahara Stadium Kingsmead, Durban  South Africa 4 35.5 86 6 2.40 Won [44]
36 16 April 2006 Chittagong Divisional Stadium, Chittagong  Bangladesh 3 36.0 113 5 3.13 Won [45]
37 26 December 2006 dagger Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  England 1 17.2 39 5 2.25 Won [45]

One Day Internationals[edit]

No. Date Ground Against Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result Ref
1 8 December 1996 dagger Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  West Indies 1 9.3 33 5 5.20 Won [46]

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