Down memory lane: Eddo Brandes' hat-trick

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Zimbabwe spinner Prosper Utseya took a super hat-trick against South Africa in Harare on Friday, but was not the first from his country to do so in one-dayers, that honour going to Eddo Brandes.

Zimbabwe spinner Prosper Utseya took a super hat-trick against South Africa in Harare on Friday, but was not the first from his country to do so in one-dayers, that honour going to Eddo Brandes.

The part-time medium pacer and professional chicken farmer was overjoyed, removing England batsmen Nick Knight, John Crawley and Nasser Hussain at the same Harare venue, but this in 1997.

Brandes' efforts had a happier ending for Zimbabwe, because while Utseya's five-fer went in vain as the Proteas won by 61 runs, Brandes was on the winning side as England lost the third ODI of that series by 131 runs.

Have a look at Brandes' effort <a href='http://www.itnsource.com/en/shotlist//ITN/1997/01/03/BSP030197028/?s=eddo+brandes&st=0&pn=1' class='instorylink'><b>here</b></a>.

And in case you missed it, here is Utseya's hat-trick.

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