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Zimbabwe spinner Utseya takes hat trick in ODI vs. South Africa

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HARARE, Zimbabwe - Offspinner Prosper Utseya has become only the second Zimbabwean to take a hat trick in a one-day international.

Utseya dismissed left-handed batsmen Quinton de Kock, Rilee Rossouw and David Miller off consecutive deliveries in the triangular series game against South Africa at Harare Sports Club on Friday.

Utseya repeated the feat of fast bowler Eddo Brandes, who took a hat trick at the same ground against England in 1997.

Utseya took his wickets in the 27th over. First, De Kock was caught for 76 trying a reverse sweep. Rossouw edged to slip and Miller was lbw for their first-ball ducks. Utseya is currently under review for his bowling and has been instructed to undergo tests to see if he has an illegal action. He is allowed to bowl pending the tests.

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