Jalal-ud-Din Pakistan against Australia.
Its a great achievement for a bowler who takes 5 wickets in a match. Known as 5 wicket Haul.
nobody has taken so far. Jim laker of England has come the closest. he got 19 wkts in a test match against Australia.
Yes, a substitute can stand as a wicket keeper during the match.
You mean a hatrick when a player scores 3 goals in one match.
Yes. At the beginning of a new spell, the umpire will ask the bowler "Right-arm over?" or something similar to determine which arm he will use and which side of the wicket he will bowl from. The umpire then informs the batsman. If the bowler decides to change either of these (to bowl around the wicket or with his left arm) he must inform the umpire, who informs the batsman. If changes either without telling the umpire, the delivery is illegal and will be called a no-ball. Similarly, a batsman must tell a bowler whether he will bat right- or left-handed, and cannot change without notifying the bowler. A bowler, however, does not have to tell anyone what style he intends to bowl. There is nothing to stop a bowler from bowling a fizzing leg break, followed by a 150km/h thunderbolt, followed by an arm ball. "Which arm" and "which side" are the only things a bowler has to disclose.
No. The same bowler must continue the bowling.