JP Duminy has taken 38th hattrick of ODI Cricket, which is also the 9th hattrick taken during a World Cup tournament. Taijul Islam of Bangladesh has got the most special hattrick in ODI. He got hattrick on debut vs Zimbabwe. Pakistan has taken the maximum hattricks, while Malinga is the hattrick King of ODIs. Check out the interesting facts about hattricks including the list of countries and players who took hattricks, and against whom the hattricks were taken.
Hattricks in World Cup
8 bowlers from 7 countries have grabbed 9 hattricks in the World Cup.
- Chetan Sharma of India is the first to achieve the record
Malinga is the only one to grab two hattricks.
Name and Edition of Hattrick Bowlers: Chetan Sharma (1987), Saqlain Mushtaq (1999), Chaminda Vaas and Brett Lee (2003), Lasith Malinga (2007 and 2011), Kemar Roach (2011), Steven Finn, JP Duminy (2015)
- 1. 3 Most hattricks by a bowler (Malinga)
2. Youngest bowler to take hattrick is Aaquib Javed (19 years and 81 days).
3. Maximum Hattricks in a Year: 3 in 2003 and 2011
4. Maximum Hattricks at one ground: 4 at Sharjah,
3 Harare, Colombo (RPS), Melbourne (MCG)
5. Only 7 out of 38 hattricks are taken by spinners.
6. 8 maximum hattricks taken by Pakistan.
7. 6 maximum hattricks taken against Zimbabwe and Australia.
8. Although 12 maximum hattricks were taken during 2000-2009 decade, still after that only in 6 years 13 hattricks have already been taken.
9. Taijul Islam is the only bowler to get ODI hattrick on debut.
10. 9 hattricks taken during World Cup.
Hattricks by Decades
- 1980-89 4 hattricks
1990-99 9 hattricks
2000-2009 12 hattricks
2010-2015 13 hattricks
Hattricks for Country
- 8 Pakistan
7 Sri Lanka
4 Bangladesh, England
2 New Zealand, India, West Indies, Zimbabwe, South Africa
Hattricks Against Country
- 6 Zimbabwe, Australia
4 India, West Indies, New Zealand
3 Sri Lanka, Pakistan
2 England, Kenya, South Africa
1 Bangladesh, Netherlands
List of Hattricks in Sequence
1. Jalal-ud-Din in 1982 Pakistan v Australia at Hyderabad (Pak)
2. Bruce Reid 1986 Australia v New Zealand at Sydney
3. Chetan Sharma 1987 India v New Zealand at Nagpur
4. Wasim Akram 1989 Pakistan v West Indies at Sharjah
5. Wasim Akram 1990 Pakistan v Australia at Sharjah
6. Kapil Dev 1991 India v Sri Lanka at Calcutta
7. Aaqib Javed 1991 Pakistan v India at Sharjah
8. Danny Morrison 1994 New Zealand v India at Napier
9. Waqar Younis 1994 Pakistan v New Zealand at East London
10. Saqlain Mushtaq 1996 Pakistan v Zimbabwe at Peshawar
11. EA Brandes 1997 Zimbabwe v England at Harare
12. AM Stuart 1997 Australia v Pakistan at Melbourne
13. Saqlain Mushtaq 1999 Pakistan v Zimbabwe at The Oval
14. Vaas 2001 Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Colombo (SSC)
15. Mohammad Sami 2002 Pakistan v West Indies at Sharjah
16. Chaminda Vaas 2003 Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Pietermaritzburg
17. Brett Lee 2003 Australia v Kenya at Durban
18. James Anderson 2003 England v Pakistan at The Oval
19. Steve Harmison 2004 England v India at Nottingham
20. CK Langeveldt 2005 South Africa v West Indies at Barbados
21. Shahadat Hossain 2006 Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Harare
22. Jerome Taylor 2006 West Indies v Australia at Mumbai (BS)
23. Shane Bond 2007 New Zealand v Australia a Hobart
24. Lasith Malinga 2007 Sri Lanka v South Africa at Guyana
25. Flintoff 2009 England v West Indies at St Lucia
26. Maharoof 2010 Sri Lanka v India at Dambulla
27. Abdur Razzak 2010 Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Dhaka
28. Kemar Roach 2011 West Indies v Netherlands at Delhi
29. Malinga 2011 Sri Lanka v Kenya at Colombo (RPS)
30. Malinga 2011 Sri Lanka v Australia at Colombo (RPS)
31. Daniel Christian 2012 Australia v Sri Lanka at Melbourne
32. NLTC Perera 2012 Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Colombo (RPS)
33. Clint McKay 2013 Australia v England at Cardiff
34. Rubel Hossain 2013 Bangladesh v New Zealand at Dhaka
35. Paul Utseya 2014 Zimbabwe vs South Africa at Harare
36. Taijul Islam 2014 Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe at Mirpur
37. Steven Finn 2015 England vs Australia at Melbourne
38. JP Duminy South Africa vs Sri Lanka.