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List of One Day International cricket hat-tricks

Lasith Malinga tossing a cricket ball at practice
Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga is the only cricketer to have taken 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 48 occurrences in 4169 matches since the first ever ODI match between Australia and England on 5 January 1971. The first ODI hat-trick was taken by Pakistan's Jalal-ud-Din against Australia in Hyderabad, Sindh, in September 1982. The most recent player to achieve this feat is Trent Boult of New Zealand against Australia in the 2019 World Cup.

The only bowler to have taken three ODI hat-tricks is Sri Lanka's Lasith Malinga. Four other bowlers— Pakistan's Wasim Akram and Saqlain Mushtaq; Sri Lanka's Chaminda Vaas and New Zealand's Boult—have taken two hat-tricks in the format. Hat-tricks are dominated by spinners; eight spinners have performed the feat.[1] Vaas is the only bowler to claim a hat-trick on the first three balls of any form of international cricket; he achieved the feat against Bangladesh during the 2003 World Cup. Malinga is the only player to claim four wickets in consecutive balls; he achieved the feat against South Africa in the 2007 World Cup. Four players have taken a hat-trick on their ODI debuts: Bangladesh's Taijul Islam against Zimbabwe in 2014,[2] South Africa's Kagiso Rabada against Bangladesh in 2015,[3] Sri Lanka's Wanidu Hasaranga against Zimbabwe in 2017,[4] and Sri Lanka's Shehan Madushanka against Bangladesh in 2018.[5] India's Chetan Sharma was the first cricketer to take a hat-trick in a World Cup match. Eleven hat-tricks have been taken in World Cup matches.

Pakistani's Wasim Akram and Mohammad Sami are the only players to have taken hat-tricks in ODIs and Tests.[6] Brett Lee (Australia), Malinga and Thisara Perera (both Sri Lanka) are the only players to have taken hat-tricks in ODIs and Twenty20 matches.

Hat-tricksEdit

 
Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium is involved in both most number ODI of hat-tricks (5) as well as most number of hat-tricks by debutants (3)

Key

Symbol Meaning
W Hat-trick taken in a World Cup match
D Hat-trick taken by a debutant player
(b) Bowled
(c) Caught
(c & b) Caught and bowled
(lbw) Leg before wicket
(st) Stumped
  Wicket-keeper


List of Hat-tricks in One Day International [7]
ODI № Bowler For Against Wickets Venue Date
1. 158[8] Jalal-ud-Din   Pakistan   Australia

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

  Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad 20 September 1982
2. [H] 359[9] Bruce 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[10] Chetan Sharma   India   New Zealand

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

  Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur 31 October 1987 W
4. 570[11] Wasim Akram   Pakistan   West Indies

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

  Sharjah Stadium, Sharjah 14 October 1989
5.[A] 631[12] Wasim Akram   Pakistan   Australia

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

  Sharjah Stadium, Sharjah 4 May 1990
6. [H] 661[13] Kapil Dev   India   Sri Lanka

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

  Eden Gardens, Calcutta 4 January 1991
7.[B] 685[14] Aaqib Javed   Pakistan   India

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

  Sharjah Stadium, Sharjah 25 October 1991
8. [H] 896[15] Danny Morrison   New Zealand   India

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

  McLean Park, Napier 25 March 1994
9.[A] 966[16] Waqar 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[17] Saqlain Mushtaq   Pakistan   Zimbabwe

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

  Arbab Niaz Stadium, Peshawar 3 November 1996
11.[D] [H] 1,158[18] Eddo Brandes   Zimbabwe   England

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

  Harare Sports Club, Harare 3 January 1997
12. 1,164[19] Anthony Stuart   Australia   Pakistan

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

  Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 16 January 1997
13.[A] 1,479[20] Saqlain Mushtaq   Pakistan   Zimbabwe

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

  The Oval, London 11 June 1999 W
14.[E] 1,776[21] Chaminda 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[22] Mohammad 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[23] Chaminda Vaas   Sri Lanka   Bangladesh

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

  Pietermaritzburg Oval, Pietermaritzburg 14 February 2003W
17.[D] 1,990[24] Brett Lee   Australia   Kenya

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

  Kingsmead, Durban 15 March 2003 W
18.[A] 2,026[25] James Anderson   England   Pakistan

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

  The Oval, London 20 June 2003
19.[A] 2,164[26] Steve Harmison   England   India

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

  Trent Bridge, Nottingham 1 September 2004
20.[A] 2,243[27] Charl Langeveldt   South Africa   West Indies

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

  Kensington Oval, Barbados 11 May 2005
21. 2,394[28] Shahadat Hossain   Bangladesh   Zimbabwe

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

  Harare Sports Club, Harare 2 August 2006
22. 2,432[29] Jerome Taylor   West Indies   Australia

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

  Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 18 October 2006
23. 2,474[30] Shane Bond   New Zealand   Australia

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

  Bellerive Oval, Hobart 14 January 2007
24.[G][H] 2,556[31] Lasith Malinga   Sri Lanka   South Africa

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

  Providence Stadium, Georgetown 28 March 2007 W
25. 2,833[32] Andrew 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[33] Farveez Maharoof   Sri Lanka   India

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

  Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla 22 June 2010
27.[H] 3,073[34] Abdur Razzak   Bangladesh   Zimbabwe

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

  Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur 3 December 2010
28.[A] 3,112[35] Kemar Roach   West Indies   Netherlands

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

  Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi 28 February 2011W
29.[H] 3,113[36] Lasith Malinga   Sri Lanka   Kenya

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

  R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 1 March 2011 W
30. 3,184[37] Lasith Malinga   Sri Lanka   Australia

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

  R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 22 August 2011
31. 3,253[38] Dan 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[39] Thisara Perera   Sri Lanka   Pakistan

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

  R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 16 June 2012
33.[D] 3,415[40] Clint McKay   Australia   England

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

  Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 14 September 2013
34. 3,423[41] Rubel Hossain   Bangladesh   New Zealand

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

  Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur 29 October 2013
35. 3,518[42] Prosper Utseya   Zimbabwe   South Africa

• Quinton de Kock (c Tendai Chatara)
• Rilee Rossouw (c John Nyumbu)
• David Miller (lbw)

  Harare Sports Club, Harare 29 August 2014
36.[H][I] 3,559[43] Taijul Islam   Bangladesh   Zimbabwe

• Tinashe Panyangara (b)
• John Nyumbu (lbw)
• Tendai Chatara (b)

  Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur 1 December 2014 D
37.[A] 3,600[44] Steven Finn   England   Australia

• Brad Haddin (c Stuart Broad)
• Glenn Maxwell (c Joe Root)
• Mitchell Johnson (c James Anderson)

  Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 14 February 2015W
38.[H] 3,640[45] JP Duminy   South Africa   Sri Lanka

• Angelo Mathews (c Faf du Plessis)
• Nuwan Kulasekara (c Quinton de Kock)
• Tharindu Kaushal (lbw)

  Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 18 March 2015 W
39.[I] 3,663[3] Kagiso Rabada   South Africa   Bangladesh

• Tamim Iqbal (b)
• Litton Das (c Farhaan Behardien)
• Mahmudullah Riyad (lbw)

  Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur 10 July 2015 D
40.[H] 3,769[46] James Faulkner   Australia   Sri Lanka

• Kusal Perera (lbw)
• Angelo Mathews (c Moises Henriques)
• Thisara Perera (b)

  Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 24 August 2016
41.[A] 3,856[47] Taskin Ahmed   Bangladesh   Sri Lanka

• Asela Gunaratne (c Soumya Sarkar)
• Suranga Lakmal (c Mustafizur Rahman)
• Nuwan Pradeep (b)

  Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla 28 March 2017
42.[A][I] 3,899[48] Wanidu Hasaranga   Sri Lanka   Zimbabwe

• Malcolm Waller (b)
• Donald Tiripano (lbw)
• Tendai Chatara (b)

  Galle International Stadium, Galle 2 July 2017 D
43. 3,912[49] Kuldeep Yadav   India   Australia

• Matthew Wade (b)
• Ashton Agar (lbw)
• Pat Cummins (c MS Dhoni)

  Eden Gardens, Kolkata 21 September 2017
44.[A][H][I] 3,967[50] Shehan Madushanka   Sri Lanka   Bangladesh

• Mashrafe Mortaza (c Kusal Mendis)
• Rubel Hossain (b)
• Mahmudullah (c Upul Tharanga)

  Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur 27 January 2018 D
45.[H] 4,050[51] Imran Tahir   South Africa   Zimbabwe

• Sean Williams (st Heinrich Klaasen)
• Peter Moor (lbw)
• Brandon Mavuta (b)

  Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein 3 October 2018
46. 4,066[52] Trent Boult   New Zealand   Pakistan

• Fakhar Zaman (b)
• Babar Azam (c Ross Taylor)
• Mohammad Hafeez (lbw)

  Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 7 November 2018
47.[A] 4,169 [53] Mohammed Shami   India   Afghanistan

• Mohammad Nabi (c Hardik Pandya)
• Aftab Alam (b)
• Mujeeb Ur Rahman (b)

  The Rose Bowl, Southampton 22 June 2019 W
48.[A] 4,178[54] Trent Boult   New Zealand   Australia

• Usman Khawaja (b)
• Mitchell Starc (b)
• Jason Behrendorff (lbw)

  Lord's Cricket Ground, London 29 June 2019 W

By teamsEdit

ODI hat-tricks by teams
Teams Hat-tricks
  Sri Lanka 9
  Pakistan 8
  Australia 6
  Bangladesh 5
  India 4
  South Africa 4
  England 4
  New Zealand 4
  West Indies 2
  Zimbabwe 2

By groundsEdit

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

A. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Last three wickets of the innings

B. 1 Aaqib Javed ended with 7–37, then the best bowling figures in an ODI.[55]

C. 1 2 Four wickets in five deliveries

D. 1 2 3 4 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.[55]

F. 1 First three deliveries of the match

G. 1 Four wickets in four deliveries

H. 1 2 3 4 5 Hat-trick spanned two overs

I. 1 2 3 4 Hat-trick on debut

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