hat-trick

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hat-trick

n
1. (Cricket) cricket the achievement of a bowler in taking three wickets with three successive balls
2. any achievement of three points, victories, awards, etc within a given period, esp three goals scored by the same player in a soccer match
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hat-trick

Three wickets taken with three successive balls.
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Bowling: M Clark 0-25, A Hall 4-7, T Burnett 6-29 inc Hatrick.
Kipkirui bagged his hatrick in 37th minute capitalizing on a poor clearance in the box to tap the ball into an empt net.
He then added the second goal on the 8th minute before completing his hatrick a minute later to leave Oshikoto leading by 3-0 within 10 minutes of the match.
He dismissed Gulbadin Naib (15) and Hashmatullah Shahidi (0) on two consecutive deliveries in the fifth over and was on the verge of a hatrick. He could not get the third consecutive wicket, however, as his yorker went past Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed for a 4 leg bye.
"Outstanding death bowling by India @yuzi_chahal @Jaspritbumrah93 kept his cool in the last over @MdShami11 many congratulations on your hatrick @imVkohli well played well led," former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh tweeted.
Gone are the days when Kagere's back-heel goal (against Nakuru AllStars) or Were's hatrick of hatricks (in 2015) could make headlines across the continent.
"I blame @OfficialClancy for looking like this." Clancy also posted the same picture on Instagram, and wrote: "When a hatrick just wont do !!!PSbabynumber4." The couple welcomed their youngest child, son Johnny, in January 2018.
Posting a black and white photo of her dressed in a bikini that showcased her burgeoning baby bump, Abbey captioned the shot: "When a hatrick just wont do !!!
Mohamed Salah celebrates after scoring his hatrick and his team's fourth goal during the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Liverpool FC at Vitality Stadium
Community Sergeant Alex Hatrick said:"We've received a number of complaints from members of the public regarding vehicles parking up on pavements and that's proven to be a problem for people in wheelchairs and people with prams and buggies."