The so-called Land of Pacers, Pakistan, has always produced incredible pacemen that no one can beat in class. Achieving hat-tricks first in the ODIs, then in T20Is, and then in the Test matches. Pakistan has always got some pace sensations in all three formats.
The list of three pacemen from the land of pacers that still shine by their incredible hat-tricks are:
Youngest hat-trick in Tests:
In the recently conducted Pak vs Ban first test match, Naseem Shah, one of the finest pacers, has become the youngest to take a test-hat trick. He overcame the record of Abdul Razzaq who got his when he was 20. Naseem has made it possible while he is only 17. Also. it was the first test hat-trick for Pakistan since M. Sami achieved the feat back in 2002.
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Youngest hat-trick in ODIs:
Coming to the ODIs, there are piles of a hat-trick by several players but the hat-trick achieved by the youngest player is only one. Aqib Javed, the aggressive fast bowler with a decent pace and two-way swing had also been the early debutant.
The magical spell of 7-37 against India in 1991 remained the best bowling figures in ODI cricket for almost a decade. This 7 wickets haul also consists of a hat-trick which makes him the youngest to achieve the milestone of an ODI hat-trick.
Youngest hat-trick in T20Is:
On the contrary, the speedster dug out by PCB from the PSL, Mohammad Hasnain from Quetta Gladiators, who had also been awarded man of the match award in the finals against Peshawar Zalmi, became the youngest to achieve the T20 hat-trick. He achieved the milestone against Sri Lanka while he was only 19.