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What is a hat-trick?

Reasoner Invincible ah ah ah2010-02-01 08:01:28 +0000 #1
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━ Qi Bao ┃2010-02-01 08:10:29 +0000 #2
into three balls
harry_ho2010-02-01 08:15:55 +0000 #3
In modern football, a player in a game Three of the single is called "hat tricks" in English as "Hat-trick".

This argument 70 years from the 19th century is widely popular in the UK cricket match. Cricket and the United States similar to baseball, the pitcher threw require the faster the better, the other hit the ball farther, the better. Has its own cricket, where a cricket pitch into the concept of race fans are strict compliance with a rule: a gate into the stadium will have to hat, which means that all the players on the pitch, referees and spectators respect. Therefore, the hat on behalf of respected. In general, if a pitcher threw three consecutive strike while the other three players will be eliminated, is quite wonderful pieces of matter. If you encounter such a situation, referees will be granted to that pitcher a hat, as a symbol of supreme honor. In short, the "hat tricks" the intention is to board a row with three players scoring a hat obtained encouraging, the 19th century the word appears in print 70 years before the.

Later, the "hat tricks" was a reference to the football game, its specific meaning is that in a game, a goal the other team scored three goals. In 1958 World Cup semi-final against France, Brazil, Pele one connected three balls out of the French team, "Pele autobiography," will be turned into a chapter of this brilliant, entitled called "hat-trick." "Hat trick" was a popular in China later, about the Chinese translation begins, "Pele autobiography," the advent of.

In addition, the "hat tricks" the scope of application is not restricted to sports, people also use it to describe any consecutive three times of success. Such as the former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, has won election three times, the success of this unprecedented achievement, the U.S. "Time magazine," It was called the "Margaret Thatcher hat-trick."

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