A hat-trick in cricket sport is called when a bowler takes three wickets on successive 3 balls in the same match. Indian Premier League (IPL) is India’s domestic t20 cricket league and till date 18 hat-tricks have been taken by the players for different teams since 2008.
Lakshmipathy Balaji was the first bowler to take an IPL hat-trick as he achieved the feat in the opening edition of Indian Premier League. He took three consecutive wickets against Kings XI Punjab playing for Chennai Super Kings. Amit Mishra is the only bowler to take three hat tricks in IPLT20 cricket which is most by any bowler.
The recent Vivo IPL hat-trick was taken by English all-rounder Sam Curran during IPL 2019 match against Delhi Capitals for playing KXIP. Let’s have a look at the complete list of IPL hat-tricks taker in the competition.
Indian Premier League Hat-Tricks of all time
|S. NO.||BOWLER (TEAM)||OPPOSITION||YEAR||MATCH RESULT|
|1||Lakshmipathy Balaji (CSK)||Kings XI Punjab||2008||Chennai Super Kings Won|
|2||Amit Mishra (DD)||Deccan Charges||2008||Delhi Daredevils Won|
|3||Makhaya Ntini (CSK)||Kolkata Knight Riders||2008||Chennai Super Kings Won|
|4||Yuvraj Singh (KXIP)||Royal Challengers Bangalore||2009||Kings XI Punjab Lost|
|5||Rohit Sharma (DC)||Mumbai Indians||2009||Deccan Chargers Won|
|6||Yuvraj Singh (KXIP)||Deccan Charges||2009||Kings XI Punjab Won|
|7||Praveen Kumar (RCB)||Rajasthan Royals||2010||Royal Challengers Won|
|8||Amit Mishra (DC)||Kings XI Punjab||2011||Deccan Chargers Won|
|9||Ajit Chandila (RR)||Pune Warriors India||2012||Rajasthan Royals Won|
|10||Sunil Narine (KKR)||Kings XI Punjab||2013||Kolkata Knight Riders Lost|
|11||Amit Mishra (SRH)||Pune Warriors India||2013||Sunrisers Hyderabad Won|
|12||Pravin Tambe (RR)||Kolkata Knight Riders||2014||Rajasthan Royals Won|
|13||Shane Watson (RR)||Sunrisers Hyderabad||2014||Rajasthan Royals Lost|
|14||Axar Patel (KXIP)||Gujarat Lions||2016||Kings XI Punjab Won|
|15||Samuel Badree (RCB)||Mumbai Indians||2017||Royal Challengers Lost|
|16||Andrew Tye (GL)||Rising Pune Supergiant||2017||Gujarat Lions Won|
|17||Jaydev Unadkat (RPS)||Sunrisers Hyderabad||2017||Rising Pune Supergiant Won|
|18||Sam Curran (KXIP)||Delhi Capitals||2019||Kings XI Punjab Won|