Hat-trick Bowlers Records in IPL 2013

Indian Premier League (IPL) 2013 in season 6 bowlers Hat trick records list with most bowling wicket takers in one match details and Information available here. IPL 2013 tournament will be start from 3rd April to 26th May 2013 held on Indian cricket stadium. IPL basically Indian domestic cricket tournament which played world class many international and Indian players, In this time in 2013 held from 6th part of IPL 2013 BCCI and their partners PepsiCo and Sony tv channels and players make and break many records in bowling hat tricks. we are provide here the IPL 2013 amazing hat trick records complete list with most wicket taker bowler detail available here at this page.

Hat-trick Bowlers Records in IPL 2013

Hat-trick Bowlers Records in IPL 2013

1: Sunil Narine by “Kolkata Knight Riders” :
Sunil Narine get hat trick in IPL 2013 6th season against Kings XI Punjab, in this time playing against KXIP and dismissing the 1st wicket David Hussey (Caught), 2nd wicket Azhar mahmood (Caught & Bowled), 3rd wicket get Gurkeerat Singh (Bowled) in the last three deliveries of 15th of the match KKR player Sunil Narine became a 10th man who hold Hat Trick in IPL.

 

2: Amit Mishra by “Sunrisers Hyderabad” :Hat-trick Bowlers Records in IPL 2013
Amit Mishra Hat Trick Man in the 3rd time in the history of IPL all season. now the 3rd time in IPL 2013 6th season again success the hat trick chance against Pune Warriors team. In this season Amit get 1st wicket Bhuvneshwar Kumar(LBW), 2nd wicket get Rahul Sharma (Bowled) and 3rd wicket is Ashok Dinda (Bowled) on the last 3 deliveries of the 19th over.

 

IPL T20 2013 tournament features nine teams playing total 76 matches in 12 venues were selected to host the matches, with Raipur and Ranchi hosting for the first time in the tournament’s history.In the playoff stage, Delhi will host the Qualifier 1 and Eliminator while Kolkata will host the Qualifier 2 and Final. Chennai was originally scheduled to host the playoff stage matches instead of Delhi on account of Chennai and Kolkata being the home venues of the runners-up and champions of the 2012 season. The change was made due to the political tension in Tamil Nadu preventing Sri Lankan players and management staff from entering the state.

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