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    Steve Harmison vs India on September 1, 2004 Harmison wrapped up India's innings of 170 in 43.5 overs at Trent Bridge when he dismissed Mohammad Kaif, L Balaji and Ashish Nehra. England won this match by seven wickets and chased down the target in 32.2 overs.

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    Charl Langeveldt vs West Indies on May 11, 2005 Langeveldt held his nerve with West Indies, chasing a target of 285, needing only four runs from the last over of the match at Kensington Oval, Barbados. But, Langeveldt (5-62) led South Africa to a memorable win as he clean bowled Ian Bradshaw and Darren Powell before trapping Correy Collymore plumb in front as the hosts won the match by one run. Langeveldt's efforts outshone centuries by South Africa's Boeta Dippenaar (123) and West Indies's Chris Gayle (132)

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    Jerome Taylor vs Australia on October 18, 2006 Taylor sealed West Indies' 10-run win in a group match of the 2006 Champions Trophy at Mumbai as he dismissed Michael Hussey and Brett in the last two deliveries of the 48th over, and then completed his hat-trick when he uprooted Brad Hogg's middle stump in the first ball of the 50th over

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    Shahadat Hossain vs Zimbabwe on August 2, 2006 Chasing a target of 237 at Harare, Zimbabwe were in deep trouble at 151 for 7 in the 39th over after Hossain had dismissed Tafadzwa Mufambisi, Elton Chigumbura and Prosper Utseya to take the first hat-trick by a Bangladesh bowler in ODIs. The hat-trick wasn't enough to prevent Zimbabwe from winning the match as Brendan Taylor (79*) scored most of the 18 runs needed from the last over of the match by Mashrafe Mortaza. Taylor, who hit a six in the last delivery of the match to seal the win, also shared a match-winning partnership of 81 runs for the ninth wicket with Tawanda Mupariwa (33)

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    Shane Bond vs Australia on January 14, 2007 The New Zealand spearhead had figures of 4-61 in this match and took his hat-trick in the 50th over of Australia's innings at Hobart when he dismissed Cameron White, Andrew Symonds and Nathan Bracken. Bond's feat was the only highlight for New Zealand in a match they lost by 105 runs while chasing 290.

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    Bruce Reid vs New Zealand on January 29, 1986 The lanky Australian pacer dismissed Bruce Blair, Ervin McSweeney and Stu Gillespie in his team's 99-run win at the Sydney Cricket Ground

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    Andrew Flintoff vs West Indies on April 3, 2009 In a rain reduced match of 29 overs at St Lucia, Flintoff failed with the bat but had figures of 5-0-19-5 as England beat West Indies by 26 runs and successfully defended their total of 172-5. Flintoff's hat-trick victims were Denesh Ramdin, Ravi Rampaul and Sulieman Benn



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    Farveez Maharoof vs India on June 22, 2010 The Sri Lankan all-rounder had figures of 10-1-42-5, which included a hat-trick, in an Asia Cup match against India at Dambulla. Maharoof took his hat-trick from the first three deliveries of the 39th over in India's innings when he dismissed Ravindra Jadeja, Praveen Kumar and Zaheer Khan. Sri Lanka easily chased down the target of 210 in the 38th over for the loss of only three wickets with Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene scoring half-centuries


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    Abdur Razzak vs Zimbabwe on December 3, 2010 Bangladesh's left-arm spinner dismissed Prosper Utseya in the last ball of the 45th over in Zimbabwe's innings at Mirpur, and completed his hat-trick when he took the wickets of Ray Price and Chris Mpofu in the first two deliveries of the 47th over. Razzak finished with 5-30 as Zimbabwe was all out for 191; Bangladesh won the match by six wickets and with 62 balls remaining


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    Kemar Roach vs Netherlands on February 28, 2011 Netherlands was never in the match after West Indies scored a mammoth 330-8 in a group match of the 2011 World Cup at Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium. Roach (8.3-0-27-6) was at his devastating match and ended the match when he dismissed Pieter Seelaar, Bernard Loots and Berend Westdijk from the first three deliveries of the 32nd over as West Indies cantered to a 215-run win

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    Jalal-ud-Din vs Australia on September 20, 1982 The Pakistan fast-medium bowler was the first to take a hat-trick in ODIs when he dismissed Rodney Marsh, Bruce Yardley and Geoff Lawson off consecutive deliveries in his team's 59-run win. While Marsh and Lawson were clean bowled, Jalal-ud-Din had Yardley caught by wicket-keeper Wasim Bari in between for the second of his hat-trick victims

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