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List of cricketers who have taken hat-trick wicket in ODI

25-SEP-2017 16:55

    Indian Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav has taken a hat-trick wicket in the one-day match played at Eden Gardens of Kolkata between India and Australia on 21st September, 2017. He is the third Indian player who has taken hat-trick wicket in ODIs. So far 38 players have taken 43rd time hat-trick wickets in the history of one-day cricket. In this article, we are giving a list of players who have taken hat-trick wickets in the ODI and details of the facts related to them.

    List of Indian cricketer who have taken hat-trick wicket in ODI

    1. Chetan Sharma  

    Year: 1987
    Opposition Team: New Zealand
    Victims: Ken Rutherford, Ian Smith and Ewen Chatfield
    Note: Chetan Sharma was the first Indian cricketer who had taken hat-trick wicket in ODI.
    chetan sharma
    Image source: ABP News

    2. Kapil Dev  

    Year: 1991
    Opposition Team: Sri Lanka
    Victims: Roshan Mahanama, Rumesh Ratnayake and Sanath Jayasuriya
    kapil-dev
    Image source: India Today

    3. Kuldeep Yadav  

    Year: 2017
    Opposition Team: Australia
    Victims: Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar and Pat Cummins
    kuldeep yadav
    Image source: Jan Prahari Express

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    1. Jalal-ud-Din (Pakistan)  

    Year: 1982
    Opposition Team: Australia
    Victims: Rod Marsh, Bruce Yardley and Geoff Lawson
    Note: Jalal-ud-Din was the first cricketer who had taken hat-trick wicket in ODI.

    2. Bruce Reid (Australia)  

    Year: 1986
    Opposition Team: New Zealand
    Victims: Blair Hartland, Ervin McSweeney and Stu Gillespie

    3. Wasim Akram (Pakistan)  

    Year: 1989
    Opposition Team: Windies
    Victims: Jeff Dujon, Malcolm Marshall and Curtly Ambrose

    4. Wasim Akram (Pakistan)  

    Year: 1990
    Opposition Team: Australia
    Victims: Merv Hughes, Carl Rackemann and Terry Alderman

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    5. Aaqib Javed (Pakistan)  

    Year: 1991
    Opposition Team: India
    Victims: Ravi Shastri, Mohammad Azharuddin and Sachin Tendulkar
    Note: Aaqib Javed was the youngest at 19 years and 81 days when he achieved this feat.

    6. Danny Morrison (New Zealand)  

    Year: 1994
    Opposition Team: India
    Victims: Kapil Dev, Salil Ankola and Nayan Mongia

    7. Waqar Younis (Pakistan)  

    Year: 1994
    Opposition Team: New Zealand
    Victims: Chris Harris, Chris Pringle and Richard de Groen

    8. Saqlain Mushtaq (Pakistan)  

    Year: 1996
    Opposition Team: Zimbabwe
    Victims: Grant Flower, John Rennie and Andy Whittall
    saqlain mushtaq
    Image source: Sportskeeda.com

    9. Eddo Brandes (Zimbabwe)  

    Year: 1997
    Opposition Team: England
    Victims: Nick Knight, John Crawley and Nasser Hussain

    10. Anthony Stuart (Australia)  

    Year: 1997
    Opposition Team: Pakistan
    Victims: Ijaz Ahmed, Mohammad Wasim and Moin Khan

    11. Saqlain Mushtaq (Pakistan)  

    Year: 1999
    Opposition Team: Zimbabwe
    Victims: Henry Olonga, Adam Huckle and Pommie Mbangwa

    12. Chaminda Vaas (Sri Lanka)  

    Year: 2001
    Opposition Team: Zimbabwe
    Victims: Stuart Carlisle, Craig Wishart and Tatenda Taibu

    13. Mohammad Sami (Pakistan)

    Year: 2002
    Opposition Team: Windies
    Victims: Ridley Jacobs, Corey Collymore and Cameron Cuffy

    14. Chaminda Vaas (Sri Lanka)

    Year: 2003
    Opposition Team: Bangladesh
    Victims: Hannan Sarkar, Mohammad Ashraful and Ehsanul Haque
    Chaminda Vaas
    Image source: crickethighlights.com

    15. Brett Lee (Australia)

    Year: 2003
    Opposition Team: Kenya
    Victims: Kennedy Otieno, Brijal Patel and David Obuya

    16. James Anderson (England)

    Year: 2003
    Opposition Team: Pakistan
    Victims: Abdul Razzaq, Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Sami

    17. Steve Harmison (England)

    Year: 2004
    Opposition Team: India
    Victims: Mohammad Kaif, Lakshmipathy Balaji and Ashish Nehra

    18. Charl Langeveldt (South Africa)

    Year: 2005
    Opposition Team: Windies
    Victims: Ian Bradshaw, Daren Powell and Corey Collymore

    19. Shahadat Hossain (Bangladesh)

    Year: 2006
    Opposition Team: Zimbabwe
    Victims: Tafadzwa Mufambisi, Elton Chigumbura and Prosper Utseya

    20. Jerome Taylor (Windies)

    Year: 2006
    Opposition Team: Australia
    Victims: Michael Hussey, Brett Lee and Brad Hogg

    21. Shane Bond (New Zealand)

    Year: 2007
    Opposition Team: Australia
    Victims: Cameron White, Andrew Symonds and Nathan Bracken
    shane bond 
    Image source: YouTube

    22. Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka)

    Year: 2007
    Opposition Team: South Africa
    Victims: Shaun Pollock, Andrew Hall, Jacques Kallis and Makhaya Ntini
    Note: In this match Lasith Malinga took four wickets in four consecutive balls.

    23. Andrew Flintoff (England)

    Year: 2009
    Opposition Team: Windies
    Victims: Denesh Ramdin, Ravi Rampaul and Sulieman Benn

    24. Farveez Maharoof (Sri Lanka)

    Year: 2010
    Opposition Team: India
    Victims: Ravindra Jadeja, Praveen Kumar and Zaheer Khan

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    25. Abdur Razzak (Bangladesh)

    Year: 2010
    Opposition Team: Zimbabwe
    Victims: Prosper Utseya, Ray Price and CB Mpofu

    26. Kemar Roach (Windies)

    Year: 2011
    Opposition Team: Netherlands
    Victims: Pieter Seelaar, Bernard Loots and Berend Westdijk

    27. Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka)

    Year: 2011
    Opposition Team: Kenya
    Victims: Tanmay Mishra, Peter Ongondo and Shem Ngoche

    28. Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka)

    Year: 2011
    Opposition Team: Australia
    Victims: Mitchell Johnson, John Hastings and Xavier Doherty
    lasith malinga
    Image source: The Indian Express

    29. Daniel Christian (Australia)

    Year: 2012
    Opposition Team: Sri Lanka
    Victims: Thisara Perera, Sachithra Senanayake and Nuwan Kulasekara

    30. Thisara Perera (Sri Lanka)

    Year: 2012
    Opposition Team: Pakistan
    Victims: Younis Khan, Shahid Afridi and Sarfraz Ahmed

    31. Clint McKay (Australia)

    Year: 2013
    Opposition Team: England
    Victims: Kevin Pietersen, Jonathan Trott and Joe Root

    32. Rubel Hossain (Bangladesh)

    Year: 2013
    Opposition Team: New Zealand
    Victims: Corey Anderson, Brendon McCullum and James Neesham

    33. Prosper Utseya (Zimbabwe)

    Year: 2014
    Opposition Team: South Africa
    Victims: Quinton de Kock, Rilee Rossouw and David Miller

    34. Taijul Islam (Bangladesh)

    Year: 2014
    Opposition Team: Zimbabwe
    Victims: Tendai Chatara, John Nyumbu and Tinashe Panyangara

    35. Steven Finn (England)

    Year: 2015
    Opposition Team: Australia
    Victims: Brad Haddin, Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Johnson

    36. Jean-Paul Duminy (South Africa)

    Year: 2015
    Opposition Team: Sri Lanka
    Victims: Angelo Mathews, Nuwan Kulasekara and Tharindu Kaushal

    37. Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)

    Year: 2015
    Opposition Team: Bangladesh
    Victims: Tamim Iqbal, Litton Das and Mahmudullah
    kagiso rabada
    Image source: IOL

    38. James Faulkner (Australia)

    Year: 2016
    Opposition Team: Sri Lanka
    Victims: Kusal Perera, Angelo Mathews and Thisara Perera

    39. Taskin Ahmed (Bangladesh)

    Year: 2017
    Opposition Team: Sri Lanka
    Victims: Asela Gunaratne, Suranga Lakmal and Nuwan Pradeep

    40. Hasaranga De Silva (Sri Lanka)

    Year: 2017
    Opposition Team: Zimbabwe
    Victims: Tendai Chatara, John Nyumbu and Tinashe Panyangara
    Note: Hasharan D Silva has taken a hat-trick wicket in his debut match.

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