List of One Day International cricket hat-tricks

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Lasith Malinga tossing a cricket ball at practice
Lasith Malinga, the only cricketer to take three ODI hat-tricks

A hat-trick in cricket is when a bowler takes three wickets on consecutive deliveries, dismissing three different batsmen. It is a relatively rare event in One Day International (ODI) cricket with only 34 occurrences in over 3,000 matches since the first ODI, between Australia and England on 5 January 1971. The first ODI hat-trick was taken by Jalal-ud-Din of Pakistan, playing against Australia in Hyderabad, Sindh in September 1982; the most recent was taken by Rubel Hossain of Bangladesh, playing against New Zealand on 29 October 2013 in Mipur.

The only bowler to have taken three career hat-tricks is Lasith Malinga of Sri Lanka, while three other bowlers (Wasim Akram, Saqlain Mushtaq and Chaminda Vaas) have taken two hat-tricks. Hat-tricks are dominated by fast bowlers with Pakistan's Saqlain and Bangladesh's Abdur Razzak the only two spinners to have taken an ODI hat-trick.[1] Chaminda Vaas of Sri Lankan cricket team became the only bowler to claim a hat-trick in the first three balls of any form of international cricket when he took the first three wickets off the opening three balls of their match against Bangladesh during 2003 Cricket World Cup. Seven hat-tricks have occurred in World Cup matches, the most important form of ODI cricket. The last was during the 2011 World Cup when Malinga took a hat-trick against Kenya to become the only bowler to claim two World Cup hat-tricks.

Pakistanis Wasim Akram and Mohammad Sami have both achieved hat-tricks in ODI and Test cricket.[2] Brett Lee is the only cricketer to have taken a hat-trick in ODI and Twenty20 International cricket and the only Australian to take a hat-trick in a World Cup.

Hat-tricks[edit]

Key
* Hat-trick taken in a World Cup match
(b) Bowled
(c) Caught
(c and b) Caught and bowled
(lbw) Leg before wicket
(st) Stumped
dagger Wicket-keeper
ODI № Bowler For Against Wickets Venue Date
1. 158[3] Jalal-ud-Din  Pakistan  Australia

• Rod Marsh (b)
• Bruce Yardley (c daggerWasim Bari)
• Geoff Lawson (b)

Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad 20 September 1982
2. [H] 359[4] Reid, BruceBruce Reid  Australia  New Zealand

• Bruce Blair (c Greg Matthews)
• Ervin McSweeney (c Allan Border)
• Stu Gillespie (b)

Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 29 January 1986
3. 474[5] Chetan SharmaChetan Sharma  India  New Zealand

• Ken Rutherford (b)
• Ian Smith (b)
• Ewen Chatfield (b)

Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur 31 October 1987*
4. 570[6] Wasim AkramWasim Akram  Pakistan  West Indies

• Jeff Dujon (b)
• Malcolm Marshall (b)
• Curtly Ambrose (b)

Sharjah Stadium, Sharjah 14 October 1989
5.[A] 631[7] Wasim AkramWasim Akram  Pakistan  Australia

• Merv Hughes (b)
• Carl Rackemann (b)
• Terry Alderman (b)

Sharjah Stadium, Sharjah 4 May 1990
6. [H] 661[8] Kapil DevKapil Dev  India  Sri Lanka

• Roshan Mahanama (c daggerKiran More)
• Rumesh Ratnayake (lbw)
• Sanath Jayasuriya (c Sanjay Manjrekar)

Eden Gardens, Calcutta 4 January 1991
7.[B] 685[9] Aaqib JavedAaqib Javed  Pakistan  India

• Ravi Shastri (lbw)
• Mohammad Azharuddin (lbw)
• Sachin Tendulkar (lbw)

Sharjah Stadium, Sharjah 25 October 1991
8. [H] 896[10] Morrison, DannyDanny Morrison  New Zealand  India

• Kapil Dev (b)
• Salil Ankola (b)
• Nayan Mongia (b)

McLean Park, Napier 25 March 1994
9.[A] 966[11] Waqar YounisWaqar Younis  Pakistan  New Zealand

• Chris Harris (b)
• Chris Pringle (b)
• Richard de Groen (b)

Buffalo Park, East London 19 December 1994
10.[C] 1,136[12] Saqlain MushtaqSaqlain Mushtaq  Pakistan  Zimbabwe

• Grant Flower (c daggerMoin Khan)
• John Rennie (c daggerMoin Khan)
• Andy Whittall (c Saleem Malik)

Arbab Niaz Stadium, Peshawar 3 November 1996
11.[D] [H] 1,158[13] Brandes, EddoEddo Brandes  Zimbabwe  England

• Nick Knight (c daggerAndy Flower)
• John Crawley (lbw)
• Nasser Hussain (c daggerAndy Flower)

Harare Sports Club, Harare 3 January 1997
12. 1,164[14] Stuart, AnthonyAnthony Stuart  Australia  Pakistan

• Ijaz Ahmed (c daggerIan Healy)
• Mohammad Wasim (c daggerIan Healy)
• Moin Khan (c Mark Taylor)

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 16 January 1997
13.[A] 1,479[15] Saqlain MushtaqSaqlain Mushtaq  Pakistan  Zimbabwe

• Henry Olonga (st daggerMoin Khan)
• Adam Huckle (st daggerMoin Khan)
• Pommie Mbangwa (lbw)

The Oval, London 11 June 1999*
14.[E] 1,776[16] Vaas, ChamindaChaminda Vaas  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe

• Stuart Carlisle (c Suresh Perera)
• Craig Wishart (lbw)
• Tatenda Taibu (lbw)

Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo 8 December 2001
15.[A] 1,808[17] Mohammad SamiMohammad Sami  Pakistan  West Indies

• Ridley Jacobs (lbw)
• Corey Collymore (b)
• Cameron Cuffy (b)

Sharjah Stadium, Sharjah 15 February 2002
16.[C][D][F] 1,950[18] Vaas, ChamindaChaminda Vaas  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh

• Hannan Sarkar (b)
• Mohammad Ashraful (c and b)
• Ehsanul Haque (c Mahela Jayawardene)

Pietermaritzburg Oval, Pietermaritzburg 14 February 2003*
17.[D] 1,990[19] Lee, BrettBrett Lee  Australia  Kenya

• Kennedy Otieno (b)
• Brijal Patel (c Ricky Ponting)
• David Obuya (b)

Kingsmead, Durban 15 March 2003*
18.[A] 2,026[20] Anderson, JamesJames Anderson  England  Pakistan

• Abdul Razzaq (c Marcus Trescothick)
• Shoaib Akhtar (c daggerChris Read)
• Mohammad Sami (b)

The Oval, London 20 June 2003
19.[A] 2,164[21] Harmison, SteveSteve Harmison  England  India

• Mohammad Kaif (c daggerGeraint Jones)
• Lakshmipathy Balaji (c Andrew Flintoff)
• Ashish Nehra (c and b)

Trent Bridge, Nottingham 1 September 2004
20.[A] 2,243[22] Langeveldt, CharlCharl Langeveldt  South Africa  West Indies

• Ian Bradshaw (b)
• Daren Powell (b)
• Corey Collymore (lbw)

Kensington Oval, Barbados 11 May 2005
21. 2,394[23] Shahadat HossainShahadat Hossain  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe

• Tafadzwa Mufambisi (c daggerKhaled Mashud)
• Elton Chigumbura (lbw)
• Tawanda Mupariwa (c daggerKhaled Mashud)

Harare Sports Club, Harare 2 August 2006
22. 2,432[24] Taylor, JeromeJerome Taylor  West Indies  Australia

• Michael Hussey (b)
• Brett Lee (lbw)
• Brad Hogg (b)

Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 18 October 2006
23. 2,474[25] Bond, ShaneShane Bond  New Zealand  Australia

• Cameron White (c Craig McMillan)
• Andrew Symonds (c daggerBrendon McCullum)
• Nathan Bracken (b)

Bellerive Oval, Hobart 14 January 2007
24.[G][H] 2,556[26] Malinga, LasithLasith Malinga  Sri Lanka  South Africa

• Shaun Pollock (b)
• Andrew Hall (c Upul Tharanga)
• Jacques Kallis (c daggerKumar Sangakkara)
• Makhaya Ntini (b)

Providence Stadium, Georgetown 28 March 2007*
25. 2,833[27] Flintoff, AndrewAndrew Flintoff  England  West Indies

• Denesh Ramdin (b)
• Ravi Rampaul (lbw)
• Sulieman Benn (b)

Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia 3 April 2009
26. 2,999[28] Maharoof, FarveezFarveez Maharoof  Sri Lanka  India

• Ravindra Jadeja (lbw)
• Praveen Kumar (b)
• Zaheer Khan (c daggerKumar Sangakkara)

Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla 22 June 2010
27.[H] 3,073[29] Razzak, AbdurAbdur Razzak  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe

• Prosper Utseya (c Naeem Islam)
• Ray Price (lbw)
• Christopher Mpofu (lbw)

Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 3 December 2010
28.[A] 3,112[30] Roach, KemarKemar Roach  West Indies  Netherlands

• Pieter Seelaar (lbw)
• Bernard Loots (lbw)
• Berend Westdijk (b)

Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi 28 February 2011*
29.[H] 3,113[31] Malinga, LasithLasith Malinga  Sri Lanka  Kenya

• Tanmay Mishra (lbw)
• Peter Ongondo (b)
• Shem Ngoche (b)

R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 1 March 2011*
30. 3,184[32] Malinga, LasithLasith Malinga  Sri Lanka  Australia

• Mitchell Johnson (b)
• John Hastings (lbw)
• Xavier Doherty (b)

R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 22 August 2011
31. 3,253[33] Christian, DanDan Christian  Australia  Sri Lanka

• Thisara Perera (c Michael Hussey)
• Sachithra Senanayake (lbw)
• Nuwan Kulasekara (lbw)

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 2 March 2012
32. 3,275[34] Perera, ThisaraThisara Perera  Sri Lanka  Pakistan

• Younis Khan (c daggerKumar Sangakkara)
• Shahid Afridi (c Dinesh Chandimal)
• Sarfraz Ahmed (c Mahela Jayawardene)

R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 16 June 2012
33.[D] 3,415[35] McKay, ClintClint McKay  Australia  England

• Kevin Pietersen (lbw)
• Jonathan Trott (c Aaron Finch)
• Joe Root (c Shane Watson)

Sophia Gardens Cricket Ground, Cardiff 14 September 2013
34. 3,423[36] Hossain, RubelRubel Hossain  Bangladesh  New Zealand

• Corey Anderson (b)
• Brendon McCullum (c Shamsur Rahman(sub))
• Jimmy Neesham (c daggerMushfiqur Rahim)

Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur 29 October 2013

Hat-tricks by team[edit]

Rank Country Number of hat-tricks
1 Pakitan 8
2 Sri Lanka 7
3 Australia 5
4 Bangladesh, England 3
5 West Indies, NewZealand, India 2
6 South Africa, Zimbabwe 1

Notes[edit]

A. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Last three wickets of the innings

B. 1 Aaqib Javed ended with 7–37, then the best bowling figures in an ODI.[37]

C. 1 2 Four wickets in five deliveries

D. 1 2 3 First three wickets of the innings

E. 1 Vaas took 8–19; this is the only time (as of 11 December 2013) that a bowler has taken eight wickets in an ODI.[37]

F. 1 First three deliveries of the match

G. 1 Four wickets in four deliveries

H. 1 Hat-trick spanned two overs

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