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Hat-tricks in ODI

A hat-trick is when a bowler takes wickets with three consecutive deliveries. On 20 September 1982 at Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad - Pakistan bowler Jalal-ud-Din took first hat-trick in a one-day international (ODI) cricket, removed Rod Marsh, Bruce Yardley and Geoff Lawson with the last three balls of his seventh over.

The only bowler to have taken three hat-tricks in ODI career is Lasith Malinga of Sri Lanka, while three other bowlers Pakistani bowlers Wasim Akram, Saqlain Mushtaq and Sri Lankan Chaminda Vaas taking two hat-tricks in their One Day International career.

Malinga only bowlers picked up four wickets in four consecutive delivery against South Africa. Sri Lanka fast bowler Chaminda Vaas only bowler took hat-trick in first three delivery against Bangaldesh.

Following is the list of bowlers who have got hattricks in ODI cricket.

S# Bowler Match Wickets Venue Date
1 Jalal-ud-Din Pakistan v Australia Rod Marsh (b)
Bruce Yardley (c)
Geoff Lawson (b)
Niaz Stadium 28-Sep-82
2 Bruce Reid Australia v New Zealand Bruce Blair (c)
Ervin McSweeney (c)
Stu Gillespie (b)
Sydney Cricket Ground 29-Jan-86
3 Chetan Sharma India v New Zealand Ken Rutherford (b)
Ian Smith (b)
Ewen Chatfield (b)
Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground (old) 31-Oct-87
4 Wasim Akram Pakistan v West Indies Jeff Dujon (b)
Malcolm Marshall (b)
Curtly Ambrose (b)
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 14-Oct-89
5 Wasim Akram Pakistan v Australia Merv Hughes (b)
Carl Rackemann (b)
Terry Alderman (b)
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 04-May-90
6 Kapil Dev India v Sri Lanka Roshan Mahanama (c)
Rumesh Ratnayake (lbw)
Sanath Jayasuriya (c)
Eden Gardens 04-Jan-91
7 Aaqib Javed Pakistan v India Ravi Shastri (lbw)
Mohammad Azharuddin (lbw)
Sachin Tendulkar (lbw)
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 25-Oct-91
8 Danny Morrison New Zealand v India Kapil Dev (b)
Salil Ankola (b)
Nayan Mongia (b)
McLean Park 25-Mar-94
9 Waqar Younis Pakistan v New Zealand Chris Harris (b)
Chris Pringle (b)
Richard de Groen (b)
Buffalo Park 19-Dec-94
10 Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan v Zimbabwe Grant Flower (c)
John Rennie (c)
Andy Whittall (c)
Arbab Niaz Stadium 03-Nov-96
11 Eddo Brandes Zimbabwe v England Nick Knight (c)
John Crawley (lbw)
Nasser Hussain (c)
Harare Sports Club 03-Jan-97
12 Anthony Stuart Australia v Pakistan Ijaz Ahmed (c)
Mohammad Wasim (c)
Moin Khan (c)
Melbourne Cricket Ground 16-Jan-97
13 Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan v Zimbabwe Henry Olonga (st)
Adam Huckle (st)
Pommie Mbangwa (lbw)
Kennington Oval 11-Jun-99
14 Chaminda Vaas Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Stuart Carlisle (c)
Craig Wishart (lbw)
Tatenda Taibu (lbw)
Sinhalese Sports Club 08-Dec-01
15 Mohammad Sami Pakistan v West Indies Ridley Jacobs (lbw)
Corey Collymore (b)
Cameron Cuffy (b)
Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 15-Feb-02
16 Chaminda Vaas Sri Lanka v Bangladesh Hannan Sarkar (b)
Mohammad Ashraful (c&b)
Ehsanul Haque (c)
City Oval 14-Feb-03
17 Brett Lee
Brett Lee
Australia v Kenya Kennedy Otieno (b)
Brijal Patel (c)
David Obuya (b)
Kingsmead 15-Mar-03
18 James Anderson
James Anderson
England v Pakistan Abdul Razzaq (c)
Shoaib Akhtar (c)
Mohammad Sami (b)
Kennington Oval 20-Jun-03
19 Steve Harmison England v India Mohammad Kaif (c)
Lakshmipathy Balaji (c)
Ashish Nehra (c&b)
Trent Bridge 01-Sep-04
20 Charl Langeveldt
Charl Langeveldt
South Africa v West Indies Ian Bradshaw (b)
Daren Powell (b)
Corey Collymore (lbw)
Kensington Oval 11-May-05
21 Shahadat Hossain
Shahadat Hossain
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe Tafadzwa Mufambisi (c)
Elton Chigumbura (lbw)
Tawanda Mupariwa (c)
Harare Sports Club 02-Aug-06
22 Jerome Taylor
Jerome Taylor
West Indies v Australia Michael Hussey (b)
Brett Lee (lbw)
Brad Hogg (b)
Brabourne Stadium 18-Oct-06
23 Shane Bond
Shane Bond
New Zealand v Australia Cameron White (c)
Andrew Symonds (c)
Nathan Bracken (b)
Bellerive Oval 14-Jan-07
24 Lasith Malinga
Lasith Malinga
Sri Lanka v South Africa Shaun Pollock (b)
Andrew Hall (c)
Makhaya Ntini (b)
Providence Stadium 28-Mar-07
25 Andrew Flintoff England v West Indies Denesh Ramdin (b)
Ravi Rampaul (lbw)
Sulieman Benn (b)
Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium 03-Apr-09
26 Farveez Maharoof Sri Lanka v India Ravindra Jadeja (lbw)
Praveen Kumar (b)
Zaheer Khan (c)
Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium 22-Jun-10
27 Abdur Razzak
Abdur Razzak
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe Prosper Utseya (c)
Ray Price (lbw)
Chris Mpofu (lbw)
Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium 03-Dec-10
28 Kemar Roach
Kemar Roach
West Indies v Netherlands Pieter Seelaar (lbw)
Bernard Loots (lbw)
Berend Westdijk (b)
Feroz Shah Kotla 28-Feb-11
29 Lasith Malinga
Lasith Malinga
Sri Lanka v Kenya Tanmay Mishra (lbw)
Peter Ongondo (b)
Shem Ngoche (b)
R.Premadasa Stadium 01-Mar-11
30 Lasith Malinga
Lasith Malinga
Sri Lanka v Australia Mitchell Johnson (b)
John Hastings (lbw)
Xavier Doherty (b)
R.Premadasa Stadium 22-Aug-11
31 Daniel Christian
Daniel Christian
Australia v Sri Lanka Thisara Perera (c)
Sachithra Senanayake (lbw)
Nuwan Kulasekara (lbw)
Melbourne Cricket Ground 02-Mar-12
32 Thisara Perera
Thisara Perera
Sri Lanka v Pakistan Younis Khan (c)
Shahid Afridi (c)
Sarfraz Ahmed (c)
R.Premadasa Stadium 16-Jun-12
33 Clint McKay
Clint McKay
Australia v England Kevin Pietersen (lbw)
Jonathan Trott (c)
Joe Root (c)
Sophia Gardens 14-Sep-13
34 Rubel Hossain
Rubel Hossain
Bangladesh v New Zealand Corey Anderson (b)
Brendon McCullum (c)
James Neesham (c)
Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium 29-Oct-13
35 Prosper Utseya
Prosper Utseya
Zimbabwe v South Africa Quinton de Kock (c)
Rilee Rossouw (c)
David Miller (lbw)
Harare Sports Club 29-Aug-14
36 Taijul Islam
Taijul Islam
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe Tinashe Panyangara (b)
John Nyumbu (lbw)
Tendai Chatara (b)
Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium 01-Dec-14
37 Steven Finn
Steven Finn
England v Australia Brad Haddin (c)
Glenn Maxwell (c)
Mitchell Johnson (c)
Melbourne Cricket Ground 14-Feb-15
38 Jean-Paul Duminy
Jean-Paul Duminy
South Africa v Sri Lanka Angelo Mathews (c)
Nuwan Kulasekara (c)
Tharindu Kaushal (lbw)
Sydney Cricket Ground 18-Mar-15
39 Kagiso Rabada
Kagiso Rabada
South Africa v Bangladesh Tamim Iqbal (b)
Liton Das (c)
Mahmudullah (lbw)
Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium 10-Jul-15
40 James Faulkner
James Faulkner
Australia v Sri Lanka Kusal Perera (lbw)
Angelo Mathews (c)
Thisara Perera (b)
R.Premadasa Stadium 24-Aug-16
41 Taskin Ahmed
Taskin Ahmed
Bangladesh v Sri Lanka Asela Gunaratne (c)
Suranga Lakmal (c)
Nuwan Pradeep (b)
Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium 28-Mar-17
42 Wanidu Hasaranga
Wanidu Hasaranga
Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Malcolm Waller (b)
Donald Tiripano (lbw)
Tendai Chatara (b)
Galle International Stadium 02-Jul-17

Hat-tricks by Team

S# Country Number of hat-tricks
1 Sri Lanka 8
2 Pakistan 8
3 Australia 6
4 Bangladesh 5
5 England 4
6 South Africa 3
7 West Indies 2
8 India 2
9 New Zealand 2
10 Zimbabwe 2

Hat-tricks Against The Team

S# Country Number of hat-tricks
1 Zimbabwe 7
2 Australia 6
3 Sri Lanka 5
4 New Zealand 4
5 West Indies 4
6 India 4
7 Pakistan 3
8 England 2
9 Bangladesh 2
10 Kenya 2
11 South Africa 2
12 Netherlands 1

Bowlers Takes More Than One Hat-tricks

S# Bowler Name Number of hat-tricks
1 Lasith Malinga 3
2 Saqlain Mushtaq 2
3 Chaminda Vaas 2
4 Wasim Akram 2

Stats:
  • Aaqib Javed was the youngest at 19 years and 81 days when he achieved this feat.
  • Lasith Malinga took 4 wickets in 4 balls in Guyana, 2007
  • Tailjul Islam, Kagiso Rabada and Wanidu Hasaranga to take hat-trick on ODI debut
  • Chaminda Vaas's hat-trick was from the first three balls he delivered in the ODI
See also:
List of Test match hat-tricks
List of Twenty20 Internationals (T20I) hat-tricks
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