England's Broad takes hat-trick

2011-07-30 18:37
Stuart Broad (File)

Nottingham - Stuart Broad took a hat trick for England on the second day of the second Test against India at Trent Bridge on Saturday.

Broad had Mahendra Singh Dhoni caught by James Anderson at second slip for 5, before trapping Harbhajan Singh lbw next ball. Praveen Kumar faced the hat trick ball and was clean bowled by a ball that jagged back off the seam.

Tim Bresnan removed Rahul Dravid, who top-scored with 117, three balls later for India to lose four wickets for zero runs. India slumped to 273-9 to lead by 52 runs on the first innings.

Broad actually took four wickets in eight balls, first having Suresh Raina caught behind for 62 before his hat-trick in a new spell.

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