T20 Hat Trick Bowler List: The bowlers who have claimed hat-tricks in men’s T20Is in 2019

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T20 Hat Trick Bowler list – A Twenty20 International (T20I) is a form of cricket that is played for twenty overs between two of the international members of the International Cricket Council (ICC). The rules are same Twenty20. In April 2018, ICC announced that it would grant T20I status to all its 105 members from 1 January 2019. Now let’s know about the bowlers who have claimed hat-tricks in men’s T20Is in 2019.

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The bowlers who have claimed hat-tricks in men’s T20Is in 2019

Rashid Khan – T20 Hat Trick Bowler list

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Rashid Khan picked up a brilliant hat-trick as he became the first spinner to take a hat-trick in T20Is. Rashid picked up four wickets in four consecutive deliveries, making him the only bowler to do so in T20Is till now.

Rashid Khan was ranked No.1 on the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Rankings for bowlers, as he claimed the first of many T20I hat-tricks in 2019. He ran through the Ireland middle-order, taking four in four balls. Afghanistan won by 30 runs to claim the series 3-0!

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Lasith Malinga – hat trick in t20 international

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Ex- captain of Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga took four wickets in four balls and become the first bowler to claim five international hat-tricks. Malinga led from the front to dismiss four Kiwi batsmen in as many balls, starring in his side’s 37-run win.

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Mohammad Hasnain

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Pakistan’s latest speed sensation Mohammad Hasnain became the youngest bowler to pocket a hat-trick in T20 Internationals. Hasnain has achieved the feat in the first Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka.

He took the wickets of Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Shehan Jayasuriya, Dasun Shanaka. He also became the second-ever Pakistan cricketer to complete a hat-trick in the shortest format after Faheem Ashraf.

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Khawar Ali – T20 Hat Trick Bowler list

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Oman leg-spinner Khawar Ali made history as he picked up a hat-trick against the Netherlands in the Oman Pentangular T20I series.

Ali’s hat-trick was the tenth hat-trick in men’s T20Is and the seventh hat-trick in men’s internationals in 2019 across the three formats of the game.

Ali packed back Netherlands batsman AJ Staal, CN Ackermann and RE van der Merwe in the first three deliveries of the tenth over. He later dismissed BD Glover to return with impressive figures of 4/16 from his 3.3 overs.

Norman Vanua

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Norman Vanua created history on 19th October during their opening match of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019. Vanua became the first PNG player to claim an international hat-trick and 10th overall bowler to claim a T20I hat-trick.

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Deepak Chahar – T20 Hat Trick Bowler list

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Deepak Chahar claimed a second hat-trick in three days during the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. After the match reduced to 13 overs, Chahar claimed four wickets in his final over with three of them coming in the last 3 balls.

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Chahar first dismissed Rushabh Rathod and in the last three balls, he took the wickets of Darshan Nalkande, Akshay Wadkar, and Shrikant Wagh.

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