Twice in international cricket, he took four turnstiles from four pits. It accounts for 5% of 100 crickets of international cricket. If Lasith Malinga didn't produce his magic spells on Friday, Sri Lanka was almost unlikely to defend the modest 125 of 8 when he scored a match analysis of five turnstiles in an additional six games with four quarters. There was not. Was keyed.
"I always think I can run the game," Malinga, who ranked 20th and 21st in the T20I bowler rankings after the match, said. "The skill of getting ticket gates in consideration of experience is more important than other players. I don't care who believes or not. So I want to control the game quickly. Get the ball."
Hattrick, however, was not the only milestone that Malinga ticked during his spells. His first turnstile was the 100th in the T20Is and is a tally that no other bowler has achieved. Moving to triple the number of the shortest forms, Malinga became the first bowler with 100 turnstiles in three international formats for the first time in history.
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"It's just another achievement for me. It's happening today and it's history now. But if you're hit badly tomorrow, all of these four turnstiles and other achievements are forgotten," he said. "But I'm really happy to be able to take four turnstiles on four balls on the T20. I'm playing the game later in the career.
"All the young players playing with me can see with their own eyes. I might think it might have inspired them and maybe they could do something like this." To see what's going on and head towards that Train. "
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Malinga also talked in detail about his accident in the process of dismissing Colin Munro, Hamish Rutherford, Colin de Grandhomme, and Ross Taylor in a four-section sequence. I did.
"After the first ticket gate [of Munro]immigration [Rutherford] It was left handed with no experience. I thought of taking him out of the first ball. My best weapon is a cursed agent. So I went out after thinking about using it. "He explained.
"But Grand Home and Taylor came the game if we got them. If I could see two yokers, the third agent thought why not. So I came back to the mental preparations I had to do before bowling the yokers and ran back. Hit
"I had timing and accuracy and got a third turnstile. I was thinking again when I got my third dog. & # 39; Why not try the fourth time? & # 39; It was the same preparation again and I did it. "
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