During the tenth match of the ICC Champions Trophy at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai, Jerome Taylor created history as he became the first West Indian bowler to take an ODI hat-trick when he dismissed Michael Hussey, Brett Lee off the last two balls of his ninth over and then returned to disturb the furniture of Brad Hogg off the first ball of his 10th over. It was the 22nd instance in ODIs when a bowler took wickets on three consecutive balls. Taylor registered only the third hat-trick by any bowler against Australia and the first in the last 16 years. For reader’s interest the accompanying table has the complete details.
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