A.R.C. Fraser


A.R.C. Fraser 5-104 v IndiaBack to boards

Angus Fraser's first appearance on Lord's Honours Boards came when in England's 247-run victory over India in 1990.

Having watched team-mate Graham Gooch score a record-breaking individual innings total of 333, Fraser and his fellow bowlers, entered the field hoping to withstand India to a low first innings score.

Fraser would end the innings with a five-wicket haul, with the seamer taking the wickets of Navjot Sindhu, Dilip Vengsarkar, Kiran More, Sanjeev Sharma and finally, Narendra Hirwani to etch his name in Lord's history.

The England bowler went on to take a further three wickets during India's second innings to help secure a comfortable victory for the hosts after five days.

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