Allan Donald made Lord’s Honours Boards for the second time when he took five wickets for 32 runs during the 1998 Test between England and South Africa.
After South Africa can scored 360 all out in their first innings, Donald once again showed his credentials and enjoyment at playing at Lord’s with a devastating spell of bowling.
Donald claimed the wickets of Steve James, Nasser Hussain, Dean Headley, Mark Ramprakash and Angus Fraser as England were dismissed for a dismal total of 110.
Interestingly, each one of Donald’s wickets was caught behind by wicket-keeper Mark Boucher, with ‘White Lightning’s’ pace proving too much for the England batsmen.
South Africa would go on to win the Test comfortably by 10 wickets with Donald’s name scribed once more on the iconic Boards.