T20 World Cup 2021: Only one from 2007 to 2016 .. Only three in T20 World Cup 2021 .. Do you know who those ‘hat trick’ bowlers are? | T20 World Cup 2021: Kagiso Rabada becomes only 4th bowler to take world cup hattrick, 3rd in this t20 world 2021 tournament

Before the arrival of the South African player, Ireland, Sri Lanka and Australia scored a hat-trick in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

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South Africa ends the T20 World Cup 2021 with a 10-run victory over England.  However, the team's victory did not help them reach the semi-finals.  The South African team withdrew from the tournament.  However, with the victory in this match, a special victory was added to the account of the team where fast bowler Kagiso Rabada became the hero.  Rabada scored a hat-trick in this match and made his name in the records.  He became the fourth bowler in T20 World Cup history to score a hat-trick.  The most important of these was that he scored a single hat-trick from 2007 to 2016.  Hat-tricks have been recorded in all the previous 3 World Cups.

South Africa ends the T20 World Cup 2021 with a 10-run victory over England. However, the team’s victory did not help them reach the semi-finals. The South African team withdrew from the tournament. However, with the victory in this match, a special victory was added to the account of the team where fast bowler Kagiso Rabada became the hero. Rabada scored a hat-trick in this match and made his name in the records. He became the fourth bowler in T20 World Cup history to score a hat-trick. The most important of these was that he scored a single hat-trick from 2007 to 2016. Hat-tricks have been recorded in all the previous 3 World Cups.

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The first hat-trick in T20 World Cup history took place in the first World Cup in 2007.  Australia star fast bowler Brett Lee then put on a stellar performance against Bangladesh in the group match.  In the 17th over of the innings, Brett Lee broke the record by dismissing Shakib Al Hasan, Mashraf Mortaza and Alok Kapali.

The first hat-trick in T20 World Cup history took place in the first World Cup in 2007. Australia star fast bowler Brett Lee then put on a stellar performance against Bangladesh in the group match. In the 17th over of the innings, Brett Lee set a record by dismissing Shakib Al Hasan, Mashraf Mortaza and Alok Kapali.

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This was followed by a 14-year wait for the next hat-trick in the T20 World Cup.  However, it was not the big bowler who completed it.  Small team bowlers like Ireland and Curtis Kemper have achieved this feat.  Camper not only scored a hat-trick in the 10th over against the Netherlands in the first round of the World Cup, but also made history by taking 4 wickets off 4 balls.  Comper Colin Ackerman, Ryan Tendouchet, Scott Edwards, Rolf van der Merwela took wickets.

This was followed by a 14-year wait for the next hat-trick in the T20 World Cup. But it was not the big bowler who completed it. Small team bowlers like Ireland and Curtis Kemper have achieved this feat. Camper not only scored a hat-trick in the 10th over against the Netherlands in the first round of the World Cup, but also made history by taking 4 wickets off 4 balls. Comper Colin Ackerman, Ryan Tendouchet, Scott Edwards, Rolf van der Merwela took wickets.

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The third hat-trick of the T20 World Cup 2021 came in the over over by Sri Lankan spinner Vanindu Hasaranga.  Hasaranga dismissed Aidan Markram for the last ball of the 15th over of the innings, followed by a hat-trick off the first and second balls of the 18th over by Temba Bauma and Dwayne Pretorius.

The third hat-trick of the T20 World Cup 2021 came in the over over by Sri Lankan spinner Vanindu Hasaranga. Hasaranga dismissed Aidan Markram for the last ball of the 15th over of the innings, followed by a hat-trick off the first and second balls of the 18th over by Temba Bauma and Dwayne Pretorius.

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South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada joins the list.  Rabada showed his mettle in the final over after hitting three sixes in a row in the Do Or Die match against England.  Scored a hat-trick in the first three balls.  Chris Vokes took the first ball, Ian Morgan the second and Adil Rashid the third.  Rabada gave up 48 runs in his 4 overs and took 3 wickets.

South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada joins the list. Rabada showed his mettle in the final over after hitting three sixes in a row in the Do Or Die match against England. Scored a hat-trick in the first three balls. Chris Vokes took the first ball, Ian Morgan the second and Adil Rashid the third. Rabada gave up 48 runs in his 4 overs and took 3 wickets.

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