Malinga's mastery of the yorker proved too much for Royal Challengers Bangalore batsmen in 2009, leading to his first IPL hat-trick. He went on to take two more hat-tricks, cementing his legacy as the IPL's hat-trick king.
Kumar's hat-trick against the Deccan Chargers in 2010 showcased his ability to bowl with both pace and precision, silencing the critics and etching his name in IPL history books.
Watson's hat-trick against the Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2014 was a testament to his versatility as an all-rounder. His ability to switch between batting and bowling seamlessly made him a formidable force in the IPL.
Faulkner's hat-trick against the Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2017 was a masterclass in deception. His ability to mix up his pace, bounce, and swing kept the batsmen guessing, leading to his hat-trick triumph.
Tye's hat-trick against the Gujarat Lions in 2018 was a display of raw pace and aggression. His ability to consistently bowl above 140 kmph made him a nightmare for batsmen, culminating in his memorable hat-trick.
Ferguson's hat-trick against the Delhi Daredevils in 2019 was a testament to his ability to adapt and excel in different conditions. His tall frame and deceptive bounce proved too much for the batsmen to handle.