Bowlers with the Most PSL Hat-Tricks

Bowlers with Most PSL Hat-Tricks

The PSL has witnessed some spectacular hat-tricks over the years. Here is the list of bowlers who took the most hat-tricks in PSL history. Mohammad Amir became the first Pakistani bowler to record a hat trick in PSL and is leading the list with the most PSL hat tricks.

Most PSL Hat-Tricks

Hat-tricks, a rare feat in the world of cricket, are celebrated for their sheer rarity and the skill required to achieve them. In the Pakistan Super League (PSL), several bowlers have left an indelible mark by claiming hat-tricks.

Mohammad AmirLahore QalandarsDwayne Bravo
Zohaib Khan
Kevon Cooper
5 Feb 2016
Junaid KhanLahore QalandarsYasir Shah
Cameron Delport
Hasan Raza
23 Feb 2018
Imran TahirQuetta GladiatorsHasan Khan
John Hastings
Rahat Ali
3 Mar 2018
Mohammad SamiPeshawar ZalmiWahab Riaz
Umaid Asif
Hasan Ali
22 Feb 2019

1) Mohammad Amir

Our journey through the most remarkable PSL hat-tricks begins with the left-arm fast bowler, Mohammad Amir. On 5th February 2016, representing Karachi Kings against Lahore Qalandars, Amir achieved a stunning hat-trick.

Amir took the wickets of the experienced all-rounders Dwayne Bravo, Zohaib Khan, and Kevon Cooper. Amir’s display of pace, swing, and precision showcased his mastery over the art of fast bowling, leaving cricket enthusiasts in awe.

2) Junaid Khan

The PSL continued to witness hat-trick heroics in 2018, courtesy of Junaid Khan. Playing for Multan Sultans against Lahore Qalandars on 23rd February, Junaid Khan orchestrated a brilliant hat-trick.

Junaid took the wickets of Yasir Shah, Cameron Delport, and Hasan Raza. Junaid’s variation in pace and the ability to outsmart batsmen underscored the beauty of his hat trick, leaving spectators on the edge of their seats.

3) Imran Tahir

In the same season, the veteran leg-spinner Imran Tahir mesmerized the crowd with his spin wizardry. Playing for Multan Sultans against Quetta Gladiators on 3rd March 2018, Tahir bagged a hat-trick by dismissing Hasan Khan, John Hastings, and Rahat Ali.

Tahir’s ability to extract turn and deceive batsmen showcased the diversity of skills required for claiming hat-tricks in the T20 format.

4) Mohammad Sami

Fast forward to 2019, and Mohammad Sami left an indelible mark with his fiery spell for Islamabad United against Peshawar Zalmi on 22nd February.

Sami took the wickets of Wahab Riaz, Umaid Asif, and Hasan Ali. The raw pace and aggression displayed by Sami on that day were a testament to the unpredictability and excitement that hat-tricks bring to the game.


From Mohammad Amir’s swing brilliance to Junaid Khan’s magical spell, Imran Tahir’s spin wizardry, and Mohammad Sami’s fiery pace, each hat-trick has added a unique chapter to PSL’s rich history.

As fans eagerly await each season, the prospect of witnessing another hat trick looms large, promising more unforgettable moments in the future of Pakistan Super League cricket.

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