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The bowlers who have claimed hat-tricks in men's T20Is in 2019
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Ranked No.1 on the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Rankings for bowlers, Rashid Khan claimed the first of many T20I hat-tricks in 2019. He ran through the Ireland middle-order, taking four in four balls, as Afghanistan won by 30 runs to claim the series 3-0!
Faced with the embarrassing prospect of getting clean-swept at home, Sri Lanka captain Lasith Malinga led from the front to dismiss four Kiwi batsmen in as many balls, starring in his side's 37-run win.
The 20-year-old Mohammad Hasnain produced a masterclass in death bowling to dismiss Bhanuka Rajapaksha, Dasun Shanaka and Shehan Jayasuriya off successive deliveries. But his efforts weren't able to prevent Sri Lanka from winning that game.
Netherlands were 71/3 after nine overs against Oman in a match of the Pentangular series. They were reduced to 71/6 after the first three balls of the 10th over as Khawar Ali took a hat-trick that helped restrict Netherlands to just 94.
Norman Vanua was fantastic throughout the ICC Men's T20 World Cup Qualifier, but his best performances came against Bermuda when he dismissed Dion Stovell, Kamau Leverock and Deunte Darell in succession to set up an easy win for Papua New Guinea.
Deepak Chahar had already taken three crucial wickets in the decider against Bangladesh, and he capped things off with a hat-trick to help bowl Bangladesh out for 144 in chase of 175. His figures of 6/7 became the best registered in all men's T20Is.