Tim Southee did amazing, took hat-trick against India, reached equal to Malinga

Tim Southee did wonders in the last over of the Indian innings and took three consecutive wickets so that Team India could not cross 200 runs.

Tim Southee took hat trick against India. (PTI photo)

The team of India and New Zealand landed in the second T20 match at the Bay Oval ground in Mount Maunganui. Where Suryakumar Yadav’s bat went for Team India, then for New Zealand Tim Southee did amazing. Saudi took a hat-trick in the last over of India’s innings. This is Saudi’s second hat-trick in T20 International. Earlier, he had taken a hat-trick against Pakistan in 2010-11. Saudi is the second bowler who has taken two hat-tricks in T20 International. Before him, Lasith Malinga of Sri Lanka has done this work.

On the basis of this hat-trick of Saudi, New Zealand stopped India for 191 runs in 20 overs. Saudi did not give chances to Indian batsmen to score runs in the last over. He gave only five runs in this over. If runs had come on the remaining three balls, then India’s score could have crossed 200.

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Saudi, who came to bowl the last over, took the wicket of Hardik Pandya, who was captaining India in this series, on the third ball. Saudi got Pandya caught by James Neesham. He scored 13 runs. Saudi hunted Deepak Hooda on the fourth ball. This time Lockie Ferguson caught the catch. Saudi was on hat-trick on the fifth ball of the over. Washington Sundar was in front of him. Sundar was caught by Saudi at the hands of Neesham and completed his hat-trick.

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If Saudi’s figures are seen in this match, then he has taken three wickets for 34 runs in four overs. His economy was 8.50.

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