Vitality T20 Blast: Tom Curran hat-trick sees Glamorgan bowled out for record low of 44
Surrey's Tom Curran took a hat-trick in his first over. (Image: Twitter)

Tom Curran claimed a hat-trick as Surrey bulldozed Glamorgan for the lowest total in English T20 history to claim their first win of the 2019 Vitality Blast T20.

Chasing 142, Glamorgan for bowled out for 44 to lose the match by 97 runs. Fazhar Zaman’s 17 was the highest score of the innings and only one additional batsman – Chris Cooke with 13- made it to double figures. Glamorgan’s sorry inning featured five ducks, with Curran dismissing David Lloyd, skipper Colin Ingram and Billy Root in successive deliveries of his opening over.

From 6/3, Glamorgan slumped to 9/4 and after a brief revival from Fakhar and Cooke, proceeded to lose their next six wickets for 11 runs to be bowled out in 12.5 overs.

Imran Tahir took three wickets in the 12th over.

Earlier, Andrew Salter (4/23) and Marchant de Lange (4/26) combined for eight wickets as Surrey made 141 in 20 overs.

After defeats to Essex and Middlesex, Surrey now have their first points of the Vitality Blast.