This Is Not The First Time Kuldeep Yadav Has Taken A Hat-Trick, Here’s His First Hat-Trick [WATCH VIDEO]

Vamshi Krishna

 

On a two-paced wicket and in humid conditions, the Indians rolled their ODI with overwhelming force, completing another win against the Australians to maintain their lead in the 5-match ODI series. The script did not go to plan during certain passages of the game, but the Indian team assessed and adapted to the conditions better, completing a 50-run win.

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Kuldeep Yadav becomes the overnight sensation after securing a hat-trick on the home ground of his IPL team. He broke many records after picking up the hat-trick. Kuldeep became the first spinner to take a hat-trick for India in ODIs, and the first spinner to take a hat-trick against Australia in ODIs.

Kuldeep became the third Indian to take a hat-trick in ODI cricket, after Chetan Sharma (1987) and Kapil Dev (1991). He was the seventh spinner to take a hat-trick in ODIs. Other than these, Kuldeep broke a huge record that many don’t know.

He’s just become the third Indian Cricket Team bowler to take a hat-trick in ODI cricket, but it’s not the first time Kuldeep Yadav has done it on the big stage.

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He became the fourth player to take a hat-trick both at the U-19 level and the senior level. Kuldeep had taken a hat-trick at the U-19 World Cup against Scotland. He was the first Indian bowler to take a hat-trick in Under-19 World Cup history.

Kuldeep, the left-arm chinaman bowler is among the few of his type in world cricket, and Scotland batted like they had never faced anyone of his type before. Kuldeep’s mystery element claimed the wickets of Nick Farrar, Kyle Stirling and Alex Baum in three successive balls spread out over two overs.

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Young Kuldeep Yadav had a bright future ahead in the International Cricket. Hope, he continues this for the rest of his career and wishing him All The Best.

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