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Duminy Hat trick vs Sri Lanka,list of hat tricks in WC's

Sri Lanka vs South Africa live score, Duminy hat trick

Cricket world cup 2015, Spinners scalped 7 wickets in quarters as a result Sri Lanka got all out for 133 runs. J P Duminy got 3 wickets which is hat-trick while ImranTahir scalped 4 top order wickets which make Sri Lanka unable to build partnerships. Chasing 134, South Africa scored 40/1 in 6.3 overs. Amla out for 23 runs in Malinga bowling

                                   List of hat tricks in world cup history

Player team opponent WC Year and Date
 Chetan Sharma  India  New Zealand  1987, Oct 31st
 Saqlain Mustaq  Pakistan  Zimbabwe  1999, June 11th
 Chaminda Vaas  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh   2003,14 Feb
 Brett Lee  Australia  Kenya   2003,March 15
 Latish Malinga  Sri Lanka  South Africa   2007, Mar 27
 Kemar Roach  West Indies  Netherlands   2011,Feb 28
 Latish Malinga  Sri Lanka  Kenya   2011,March 1
 Steve Finn  England  Australia   2015,Feb 14
 J P Duminy  South Africa  Sri Lanka   2015, March 18


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