Lasith Malinga: Sri Lanka bowler takes four wickets in four balls for second time

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Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga became the first player since Sri Lanka beat New Zealand at the Twenty20 international to shoot four wickets in four balls .
Colin de Grandhomme, Hamish Rutherford, colin Munro and Ross Taylor all fell to trademark Malinga yorkers.
The had Tim Seifert as he finished with figures of 5-6 in four overs caught at slip.
New Zealand were bowled out to 88 but won the series 2-1.
Malinga achieved the feat at 50-over cricket at the 2007 World Cup against South Africa.
The hat-trick has been the fifth international cricket, the most of Malinga by any bowler, and saw him become the first man to shoot 100 T20 wickets.
Malinga retired out of one-day internationals earlier this year but hopes to keep on playing T20s to get Sri Lanka until the next season’s T20 World Cup.
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