Table of Contents
All World Cup Hat tricks
Total 10 bowlers have taken world cup hat-tricks in ODI cricket. Chetan Sharma was the first bowler to take a hat-rick in a world cup match in 1987. After that from Saqlain Mushtaq to Trent boult there are 9 other bowlers who have achieved hat trick in world cup matches.
What is a Hat trick?
In cricket hat trick means taking wickets on three consecutive deliveries. The history of cricket is more than hundred years old, but there are very few hat tricks in world cricket. A hat-trick becomes more special when it is one of the Cricket World Cup Hat-tricks.
Hat-trick in World Cups
Hat trick in a world cup match is always special. There are total 10 bowlers who have taken hat tricks in a world cup match. Lasith Malinga is the only bowler who has taken hattrick in World Cups two times. His first hat-trick was against South Africa in 2007 world cup where he had taken 4 wickets in 4 consecutive deliveries. Malinga second hat-trick was against Kenya in 2011 World Cup.
There are total 11 hat-tricks in World Cups
|1||Chetan Sharma||India v New Zealand||Nagpur||31/10/1987||1-KR Rutherford bowled|
2-IDS Smith bowled
3-EJ Chatfield bowled
|2||Saqlain Mushtaq||Pakistan v Zimbabwe||The Oval||11/06/1999||1-HK Olonga st Moin Khan|
2-AG Huckle st Moin Khan
3-M Mbangwa lbw
|3||Chaminda Vaas||Sri Lanka v Bangladesh||Pietermaritzburg||14/02/2003||1-Hannan Sarkar bowled|
2-Mohammad Ashraful caught & bowled
3-Ehsanul Haque c DPMD Jayawardene
|4||Breat Lee||Australia v Kenya||Durban||15/03/2003||1-KO Otieno bowled|
2-BJ Patel c RT Ponting
3-DO Obuya bowled
|5||Lasith Malinga||Sri Lanka v South Africa||Guyana||28/03/2007||1-SM Pollock bowled|
2-AJ Hall c Tharanga
3-JH Kallis c Sangakkara
4-M Ntini bowled
|6||Kemar Roach||West Indies v Netherlands||Delhi||28/02/2011||1-PM Seelaar lbw|
2-BP Loots lbw
3-BA Westdijk bowled
|7||Lasith Malinga||Sri Lanka v Kenya||Colombo (RPS)||01/03/2011||1-T Mishra lbw|
2-PJ Ongondo bowled
3-SO Ngoche bowled
|8||Stven Finn||England v Australia||Melbourne||14/02/2015||1-BJ Haddin caught|
2-GJ Maxwell caught
3-MG Johnson caught
|9||JP Duminy||South Africa v Sri Lanka||Sydney||18/03/2015||1-AD Mathews caught|
2-KMDN Kulasekara caught
3-PHT Kaushal lbw
|10||Mohammed Shami||India v Afghanistan||Southampton||22/06/2019||1-Mohammad Nabi caught|
2-Aftab Alam bowled
3-Mujeeb Ur Rahman bowled
|11||Trent Boult||New Zealand v Australia||Lord’s||29/06/2019||1-UT Khawaja bowled|
2-MA Starc bowled
3-JP Behrendorff lbw
First World Cup hat-trick, Chetan Sharma, 1987 World Cup
In world cricket Chetan Sharma is always remembered for his last ball six hit by Javed Miandad at Sharjah, but do you know Chetan Sharma is the first bowler who has taken a hat-trick in a world cup match. He is the only bowler whose all three wickets were clean bowled in a match against New Zealand in world cup 1987.
Chetan Sharma’s hat-trick in the World Cup was a remarkable feat. In the 1987 tournament, he became the first Indian bowler to achieve this milestone, dismissing three New Zealand batsmen consecutively. It was a historic moment that etched Sharma’s name in cricketing history, showcasing his skill and talent on the global stage.
Saqlain Mushtaq World Cup Hat trick in 1999 world cup
Saqlain Mushtaq was the second bowler who has taken a world cup hat-trick. And took the hat trick against Zimbabwe in world cup 1999. It was pakistan v zimbabwe saqlain hat trick.
Saqlain Mushtaq’s World Cup hat-trick in 1999 was a moment of brilliance. The Pakistani off-spinner achieved this rare feat against Zimbabwe, dismissing Henry Olonga, Adam Huckle, and Pommie Mbangwa consecutively. It was a remarkable display of spin bowling skill and precision, making Saqlain a standout performer in the tournament.
Chaminda Vaas hat trick in 2003 world cup against Bangladesh
Vaas is the only bowler who has taken a hattrick on first three balls of the match. This is a record which never repeated again till now. In a match against Bangladesh in 2003 World Cup Vaas did this magic of taking 3 wickets on first 3 deliveries of the match.
Vaas became the first – and only, till date – bowler to complete a hat-trick within the first three balls of a men’s ODI
Brett Lee Hat-trick in 2003 world cup against Kenya
Brett Lee’s hat-trick against Kenya in the 2003 World Cup was a breathtaking display of fast bowling mastery. With incredible pace and accuracy, Lee dismissed Kennedy Otieno, Brijal Patel, and David Obuya in consecutive deliveries. It was a thrilling moment that showcased Lee’s lethal bowling skills and cemented his reputation as one of the finest pacers in the tournament. A memorable feat for cricket enthusiasts worldwide.
This was Australia’s first hat trick in any world cup match.
Lasith Malinga World Cup Hat-trick in 2007 world cup against South Africa
This is one of the rarest of rare incidents in world cricket where sri Lankan cricketer Lasith Malinga has taken 4 wickets in 4 consecutive deliveries. South Africa required 3 runs to win and and they have 5 wickets in hand. A comfortable win was there on the table. But the curly-haired last Malinga had something else in his mind on that day. In the next 4 ball he had taken 4 wickets of South Africa and now the equation was South Africa 9 down and they still needed 3 runs to win. Somehow South Africa managed to win this match Malinga had engraved his name in the world cricket history with this 4 balls 4 wicket haul.
Kemar Roach Hat trick in West Indies vs Netherlands world cup match 2011
Witness the incredible moment of Kemar Roach’s hat-trick in the West Indies vs Netherlands World Cup match in 2011. With his exceptional bowling skills, Roach achieved this historic feat, dismissing Pieter Seelaar, Bernard Loots, and Berend Westdijk in consecutive deliveries. This hat-trick not only turned the tide of the game but also left cricket fans in awe of Roach’s talent on the grand stage of the World Cup. Experience the thrill of this extraordinary performance as Roach’s hat-trick showcases his prowess as a bowler and etches his name in World Cup history.
Lasith Malinga Hat trick in Sri Lanka vs Kenya world cup 2011 match
Lasith Malinga delivered a sensational hat-trick during the Sri Lanka vs Kenya World Cup match in 2011. Malinga’s unmatched bowling prowess came to the forefront as he dismissed three Kenyan batsmen consecutively, leaving fans in awe. This hat-trick not only showcased Malinga’s exceptional skills but also solidified his reputation as one of the greatest bowlers in World Cup history.
Stven Finn Hat trick in England and Australia world cup match 2015
Steven Finn, the English fast bowler, achieved a remarkable hat-trick during the England and Australia World Cup match in 2015. Finn’s exceptional display of skill and accuracy saw him dismiss three Australian batsmen in consecutive deliveries, leaving spectators on the edge of their seats. This hat-trick showcased Finn’s prowess as a match-winner and solidified his place in World Cup history.
JP Duminy Hat trick performance in South Africa vs Sri Lanka world cup match 2015
JP Duminy, the South African all-rounder, etched his name in World Cup history with a stunning hat-trick during the South Africa vs Sri Lanka match in 2015. Duminy’s exceptional spin bowling skills came to the forefront as he dismissed three Sri Lankan batsmen consecutively, leaving fans in awe. This hat-trick was a game-changing moment, showcasing Duminy’s ability to turn the tide in his team’s favor. Relish the excitement and pure skill of Duminy’s performance as he left an indelible mark on the World Cup stage.
Mohammed Shami hat trick in World Cup 2019 against Afghanistan
Mohammed Shami is the second Indian bowler who had taken a hat-trick in a world cup match. In a match against Afghanistan in 2019 World Cup Shami took the hattrick at very crucial time and won the match for India. Mohammed Shami’s hat-trick in the India vs Afghanistan World Cup match in 2019 was a remarkable display of bowling prowess. In a tense encounter, Shami delivered a stunning performance, dismissing Mohammad Nabi, Aftab Alam, and Mujeeb Ur Rahman consecutively. His lethal accuracy and pace left the Afghan batsmen bewildered and changed the course of the game. Shami’s hat-trick showcased his ability to rise to the occasion and solidified his reputation as a match-winner.
Latest World Cup Hat-trick (Trent Boult hat-trick against Australia in 2019 World Cup)
The last World Cup hat-trick was registered by New Zealand’s Trent Boult when he had taken 3 wickets in last 3 balls of Australian inning in 2019 world cup in a match against Australia. Trent Boult’s hat-trick against Australia in the 2019 World Cup was a mesmerizing display of swing bowling mastery. In a crucial match, Boult showcased his exceptional skills by dismissing Usman Khawaja, Mitchell Starc, and Jason Behrendorff in successive deliveries. The left-arm seamer’s ability to move the ball at pace left the Australian batsmen stunned and shifted the momentum in favor of New Zealand. Boult’s hat-trick not only highlighted his immense talent but also played a pivotal role in New Zealand’s victory. It was a captivating moment that etched Boult’s name in World Cup folklore.
Which player has the most hat-tricks in World Cup?
Lasith Malinga. Total 2 World Cup Hat-tricks
Who took the first hat-trick in a World Cup?
A: Indian Pacer Chetan Sharma
Total hat-trick in cricket world cup 2019?
Two Hattricks. Mohammed Shami against Afghanistan and Trent Boult against Australia.
World cup hat-trick by Indian bowler?
Chetan Sharma (in 1987), Mohammed Shami (in 2019)
Most hat-tricks in world cup cricket?
Lasith Malinga hold the record of Most hat-tricks in world cup cricket. He had taken a hatric against South Africa in 2007 World cup and again in 2011 world cup, he took a hat-trick against Kenya.
Who has taken 4 wickets in 4 balls?
Lasith Malinga against South Africa in 2007 World cup.
What is a hat-trick in an ODI World Cup match?
A hat-trick in an ODI (One Day International) World Cup match refers to a bowler taking three wickets in three consecutive deliveries in a single match during the Cricket World Cup tournament.
How rare is a hat-trick in an ODI World Cup match?
Hat-tricks are relatively rare in any cricket format, and the same holds true for ODI World Cup matches. Over the years, only a handful of bowlers have achieved this feat in the history of the tournament.
Back to Home