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List of Twenty20 International cricket hat-tricks

A hat-trick in cricket is when a bowler takes three wickets from consecutive deliveries. It is a relatively rare event in men's Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket with only 58 occurrences as of 14 April 2024.[1]

The first Twenty20 hat-trick was taken by Brett Lee of Australia, playing against Bangladesh in Cape Town in September 2007.[1][2]

Rashid Khan, Lasith Malinga, Curtis Campher and Jason Holder are the only bowlers to take four wickets in four balls in T20Is, Khan achieving this feat against Ireland in February 2019,[3] and Malinga repeating the achievement against New Zealand in September 2019.[4] On 18 October 2021 at 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup, Campher achieved the feat against the Netherlands[5] On 30 January 2022, Holder achieved this feat against England.[6][7]

On 6 August 2021, Nathan Ellis picked up three wickets off the last three balls of Bangladesh innings to become the first male cricketer to take a hat-trick on his debut in a T20I match.[8]

Chronological list of hat-tricks

Key
Hat-trick taken in a World Cup match
Hat-trick taken in debut match
(b) Bowled
(c) Caught
(c & b) Caught and bowled
(lbw) Leg before wicket
(st) Stumped
Wicket-keeper
Result Result for the team for which the hat-trick was taken
List of Twenty20 International cricket hat-tricks[1]
No. Bowler For Against Wickets Venue Date Result Ref.
1 Brett Lee  Australia  Bangladesh South Africa Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town 16 September 2007 Won [2]
2 Jacob Oram  New Zealand  Sri Lanka Sri Lanka R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 2 September 2009 Won [9]
3 Tim Southee (1/2)  New Zealand  Pakistan New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland 26 December 2010 Won [10]
4 Thisara Perera  Sri Lanka  India India JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi 12 February 2016 Lost [11]
5 Lasith Malinga (1/2)  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Sri Lanka R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 6 April 2017 Lost [12]
6 Faheem Ashraf  Pakistan  Sri Lanka United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 27 October 2017 Won [13]
7 Rashid Khan  Afghanistan  Ireland India Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Dehradun 24 February 2019 Won [3]
8 Lasith Malinga (2/2)  Sri Lanka  New Zealand Sri Lanka Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy 6 September 2019 Won [4]
9 Mohammad Hasnain  Pakistan  Sri Lanka Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 5 October 2019 Lost [14]
10 Khawar Ali  Oman  Netherlands Oman Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Muscat 9 October 2019 Won [15]
11 Norman Vanua  Papua New Guinea  Bermuda United Arab Emirates ICC Academy Ground, Dubai 19 October 2019 Won [16]
12 Deepak Chahar  India  Bangladesh India Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur 10 November 2019 Won [17]
13 Ashton Agar  Australia  South Africa South Africa Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 21 February 2020 Won [18]
14 Akila Dananjaya  Sri Lanka  West Indies Antigua and Barbuda Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua 3 March 2021 Lost [19]
15 Waseem Abbas (1/2)  Malta  Belgium
  • Ashiqullah Said (c [sub] Gopal Chaturvedi)
  • Khalid Ahmadi (b)
  • Nemish Mehta (b)
Malta Marsa Sports Club, Marsa 8 July 2021 Won [20]
16 Sheraz Sheikh  Belgium  Malta
  • Amar Sharma (c Saber Zakhil)
  • Niraj Khanna (c Nemish Mehta)
  • Varun Thamotharam (c Shaheryar Butt)
Malta Marsa Sports Club, Marsa 9 July 2021 Won [21]
17 Nathan Ellis  Australia  Bangladesh Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur 6 August 2021 Lost [22]
18 Elijah Otieno  Kenya  Uganda Uganda Entebbe Cricket Oval, Entebbe 17 September 2021 Lost [23]
19 Kofi Bagabena  Ghana  Seychelles
  • Stephen Madusanka (b)
  • Mazharul Islam (lbw)
  • Sivakumar Udhayan (lbw)
Rwanda Gahanga International Cricket Stadium, Kigali 17 October 2021 Won [24]
20 Curtis Campher  Ireland  Netherlands United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 18 October 2021 Won [25]
21 Dylan Blignaut  Germany  Italy Spain Desert Springs Cricket Ground, Almería 21 October 2021 Lost [26]
22 Dinesh Nakrani  Uganda  Seychelles
  • Paul Byron (b)
  • Vadodariya Mukesh (b)
  • Sohail Rocket (b)
Rwanda IPRC Cricket Ground, Kigali 22 October 2021 Won [27]
23 Peter Aho  Nigeria  Sierra Leone
  • Abu Kamara (lbw)
  • Miniru Kpaka (b)
  • Edmond Earnest (b)
Nigeria University of Lagos Cricket Oval, Lagos 24 October 2021 Won [28]
24 Wanindu Hasaranga  Sri Lanka  South Africa United Arab Emirates Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah 30 October 2021 Lost [29]
25 Kagiso Rabada  South Africa  England United Arab Emirates Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah 6 November 2021 Won [30]
26 Hernán Fennell  Argentina  Panama
  • Mahmud Jasat (c Tomas Rossi)
  • Anilkumar Natubhai Ahir (lbw)
  • Dineshbhai Ahir (b)
Antigua and Barbuda Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua 10 November 2021 Won [31]
27 Jason Holder  West Indies  England Barbados Kensington Oval, Bridgetown 30 January 2022 Won [6]
28 Karan KC    Nepal  Papua New Guinea Nepal Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur 31 March 2022 Won [32]
29 JJ Smit  Namibia  Uganda Namibia United Ground, Windhoek 10 April 2022 Won [33]
30 Khalid Ahmadi  Belgium  Malta
  • Imran Ameer (b)
  • Aaftab Alam Khan (b)
  • Varun Thamotharam (b)
Belgium Royal Brussels Cricket Club, Waterloo 12 June 2022 Won [34]
31 Syazrul Idrus  Malaysia  Thailand
  • Sorawat Desungnoen (b)
  • Jeerasak Pakhiaokajee (lbw)
  • Chaloemwong Chatphaisan (lbw)
Malaysia UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi 4 July 2022 Won [35]
32 Kamron Senamontree  Thailand  Maldives Malaysia UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi 8 July 2022 Lost [36]
33 Logan van Beek  Netherlands  Hong Kong Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 12 July 2022 Won [37]
34 Chamal Sadun  Cyprus  Turkey
  • Gokhan Alta (lbw)
  • Ali Turkmen (b)
  • Tunahan Ulutuna (b)
Finland Tikkurila Cricket Ground, Vantaa 16 July 2022 Won [38]
35 Michael Bracewell  New Zealand  Ireland Northern Ireland Stormont, Belfast 20 July 2022 Won [39]
36 Sudesh Wickramasekara  Czech Republic  Estonia
  • Habib Khan (b)
  • Maidul Islam (b)
  • Murali Obili (b)
Finland Tikkurila Cricket Ground, Vantaa 28 July 2022 Won [40]
37 Habib Khan  Estonia  France
  • Suventhiran Santhirakumaran (b)
  • Zain Ahmad (c Stuart Hook)
  • Jubaid Ahamed (b)
Finland Kerava National Cricket Ground, Kerava 30 July 2022 Lost [41]
38 Shahrukh Quddus  Kuwait  Bahrain Oman Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Muscat 17 August 2022 Won [42]
39 Karthik Meiyappan  United Arab Emirates  Sri Lanka Australia Kardinia Park, Geelong 18 October 2022 Lost [43]
40 Joshua Little  Ireland  New Zealand Australia Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 4 November 2022 Lost [44]
41 Tim Southee (2/2)  New Zealand  India New Zealand Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui 20 November 2022 Lost [45]
42 Harsheed Chohan  Tanzania  Sierra Leone
  • Abass Gbla (lbw)
  • Miniru Kpaka (c SanjayKumar Thakor)
  • Lansana Lamin (lbw)
Rwanda Gahanga International Cricket Stadium, Kigali 1 December 2022 Won [46]
43 Rizwan Butt  Bahrain  Singapore Malaysia UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi 21 December 2022 Won [47]
44 Mohammad Kamran  Spain  Isle of Man
  • Luke Ward (b)
  • Edward Beard (lbw)
  • Christian Webster (b)
Spain La Manga Club Ground, Cartagena 26 February 2023 Won [48]
45 Matt Henry  New Zealand  Pakistan Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 14 April 2023 Lost [49]
46 Saud Munir  Denmark  Norway
  • Qamar Mushtaque (c †Abdul Hashmi)
  • Junaid Mehmood (lbw)
  • Muhammad Butt (lbw)
Denmark Svanholm Park, Brøndby 18 May 2023 Won [50]
47 Mark Pavlovic (1/2)  Serbia  Turkey
  • Mecit Ozturk (c Alister Gajic)
  • Muhammed Turkmen (c Vukasin Zimonjic)
  • Muhammet Kursat (b)
Bulgaria National Sports Academy, Sofia 23 June 2023 Won [51]
48 Mark Pavlovic (2/2)  Serbia  Croatia
  • Luka Stubbs (b)
  • Hrvoje Hajnic (b)
  • Antonio Faletar (lbw)
Bulgaria National Sports Academy, Sofia 24 June 2023 Won [52]
49 Waseem Abbas (2/2)  Malta  France
  • Zain Ahmad (b)
  • Shayam Warnakulasuriya (b)
  • Dawood Ahmadzai (c †Chanjal Sudarsanan)
Malta Marsa Sports Club, Marsa 10 July 2023 Won [53]
50 Karim Janat  Afghanistan  Bangladesh Bangladesh Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet 14 July 2023 Lost [54]
51 Kabua Morea  Papua New Guinea  Philippines
  • Jordan Alegre (lbw)
  • Josef Doctora (b)
  • Amanpreet Sirah (b)
Papua New Guinea Amini Park, Port Moresby 23 July 2023 Won [55]
52 Nicolaj Laegsgaard  Denmark  Jersey Scotland Goldenacre Sports Ground, Edinburgh 28 July 2023 Lost [56]
53 Kenneth Waiswa  Uganda  Rwanda Rwanda Gahanga International Cricket Stadium, Rwanda 20 August 2023 Won [57]
54 Mohameed Taiwo  Nigeria  Sierra Leone
  • Raymond Coker (c Sylvester Okpe)
  • Yegbeh Jalloh (c Akhere Isesele)
  • Miniru Kpaka (c Chiemelie Udekwe)
Nigeria Tafawa Balewa Square Cricket Oval, Lagos 8 October 2023 Won [58]
55 Sikandar Raza  Zimbabwe  Rwanda Namibia Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek 27 November 2023 Won [59]
56 George Sesay  Sierra Leone  Botswana South Africa Willowmoore Park, Benoni 15 December 2023 Won [60]
57 Nuwan Thushara  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh Bangladesh Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet 9 March 2024 Won [61]
58 Aqib Ilyas  Oman  Cambodia Oman Oman Cricket Academy Ground Turf 2, Al Amarat 14 April 2024 Won [62]

Hat-tricks by team

T20I hat-tricks by teams
Teams Hat-tricks
 Sri Lanka 6
 New Zealand 5
 Australia 3
 Afghanistan 2
 Belgium
 Denmark
 Ireland
 Malta
 Nigeria
 Oman
 Pakistan
 Papua New Guinea
 Serbia
 Uganda
 Argentina 1
 Bahrain
 Cyprus
 Czech Republic
 Estonia
 Germany
 Ghana
 India
 Kenya
 Kuwait
 Malaysia
 Namibia
   Nepal
 Netherlands
 Sierra Leone
 South Africa
 Spain
 Tanzania
 Thailand
 United Arab Emirates
 West Indies
 Zimbabwe
Total 58

Players with multiple T20I hat-tricks

Players with multiple hat-tricks
Players Hat-tricks
Malta Waseem Abbas 2
Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga
New Zealand Tim Southee
Serbia Mark Pavlovic

See also

References

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