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Eng Vs Sa Kagiso Rabada Becomes The First Player To Take A Hat-trick For South Africa In T20i Men’s Cricket – T20 World Cup 2021

Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Rajeev Rai
Updated Sun, 07 Nov 2021 12:51 AM IST

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South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada created history in the T20 World Cup on Saturday. The 26-year-old pacer took a hat-trick in the last Group A match against England. He became the first South African bowler to take a hat-trick in T20 Internationals.

South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada created history in the T20 World Cup on Saturday. The 26-year-old pacer took a hat-trick in the last Group A match against England. He became the first South African bowler to take a hat-trick in T20 Internationals. Not only this, he also became the first bowler to take a hat-trick against England.

Rabada did this amazing in the last three balls of the 20th over of the match. England needed 14 runs from the last six balls while the ball was in Rabada’s hands for South Africa. Although Rabada had proved to be very expensive in his last over earlier and conceded 19 runs including three sixes, but in this over he made a strong comeback and walked Chris Woakes off the very first ball. He got Woakes caught by Nortje at the score of seven runs. After this, on the second ball of the over, captain Eoin Morgan was caught by Keshav Maharaj at the score of 17 and then on the third ball, Jordan was caught by Miller.

Rabada has also become the third bowler to take a hat-trick in this T20 World Cup. Before him, Sri Lankan all-rounder Vanindu Hasaranga and Ireland spinner Curtis Kemper did this feat.

However, Rabada made another record in his name. Liam Livingston hit three consecutive sixes in his third over. With this, he is only the second player in international cricket to take a hat-trick of sixes and wickets in the same innings. Before him, Akila Dhananjay had made this record against West Indies in 2021 this year.

Talking about the match, South Africa’s team defeated England by 10 runs. However, she missed out on reaching the semi-finals on the basis of run rate.

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South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada created history in the T20 World Cup on Saturday. The 26-year-old pacer took a hat-trick in the last Group A match against England. He became the first South African bowler to take a hat-trick in T20 Internationals. Not only this, he also became the first bowler to take a hat-trick against England.

Rabada did this amazing in the last three balls of the 20th over of the match. England needed 14 runs from the last six balls while the ball was in Rabada’s hands for South Africa. Although Rabada had proved to be very expensive in his last over earlier and conceded 19 runs including three sixes, but in this over he made a strong comeback and walked Chris Woakes off the very first ball. He got Woakes caught by Nortje at the score of seven runs. After this, on the second ball of the over, captain Eoin Morgan was caught by Keshav Maharaj at the score of 17 and then on the third ball, Jordan was caught by Miller.

Rabada has also become the third bowler to take a hat-trick in this T20 World Cup. Before him, Sri Lankan all-rounder Vanindu Hasaranga and Ireland spinner Curtis Kemper did this feat.

However, Rabada made another record in his name. Liam Livingston hit three consecutive sixes in his third over. With this, he is only the second player in international cricket to take a hat-trick of sixes and wickets in the same innings. Before him, Akila Dhananjay had made this record against West Indies in 2021 this year.

Talking about the match, South Africa’s team defeated England by 10 runs. However, she missed out on reaching the semi-finals on the basis of run rate.

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