List of Indian bowlers who have taken a hat-trick in international cricket till. With the consideration of Kuldeep Yadav, an aggregate of 5 Indians have taken hattrick in global cricket. How about we write them.
1. Chetan Sharma versus New Zealand, 1987 World Cup
Chetan Sharma was the opener bowler to take a hat-trick at the Cricket World Cup Be that as it may, he made up for himself with two outstanding exhibitions, the first of them being taking 16 wickets in India’s popular 2-0 Test win in England. The second one is as yet a standout amongst the most notable crossroads in India’s World Cup history.
At the 1987 World Cup, India were cruising in the gathering stages and when they were up against New Zealand in their last gathering diversion, they were well into the semi-finals. The match was held at Nagpur and the Kiwis batted first.
New Zealand were looking in a not too bad position at 181/5 because of Dipak Patel’s 40, John Wright’s 35 and chip-ins from Ken Rutherford and the Crowe siblings. At this stage, Chetan Sharma came in and rocked the bowling alley Rutherford who was looking set. He at that point rocked the bowling alley out Ian Smith and Ewan Chatfield to wind up plainly the first Indian bowler to take a hat-trick in universal and the third international.
He likewise turned into the bowler to take a hat-trick in the Cricket World Cup.
New Zealand battled their approach to 221/9 and India pursued down the aggregate extensively because of Sunil Gavaskar’s 88-ball 103 and Kris Srikkanth’s 58-ball 75. The win helped India top their gathering above Australia and both Gavaskar and Sharma were pronounced the Men of the Match
2. Kapil Dev versus Sri Lanka at the 1990-91 Asia Cup
Kapil Dev’s hat-trick helped India win the Asia Cup India were up against Sri Lanka in the last of the 1990-91 Asia Cup at Eden Gardens.
Sri Lanka batted first and Asanka Gurusinha, Aravinda de Silva, and Arjuna Ranatunga batted well to take Sri Lanka in an agreeable position at 175/4.
Now, Kapil Dev came in and expelled Roshan Mahanama on the last bundle of his over. At that point in his next finished, he expelled a youthful Sanath Jayasuriya on account of a catch from Sanjay Manjrekar. The Haryana Hurricane at that point finished his cap trap by catching Champaka Ramanayake lbw and Sri Lanka rapidly went down from 175/4 to 181/8.
They finished their innings at 204/9 from their 42 overs with Kapil Dev finishing with figures of 4/31.
India easily pursued down the aggregate because of fifties from Sanjay Manjrekar, Sachin Tendulkar and Man of the Match Mohammad Azharuddin to win the Asia Cup
3. Harbhajan Singh versus Australia at Eden Gardens, 2001
Harbhajan turned into the first Indian bowler to take a hat-trick in Test cricket Who can overlook this execution?
Following 10 years in length hold up, India at last had a universal cricket hat-trick in most likely the best Test coordinate they at any point played. The match was against Australia at Eden Gardens in 2001. India had lost the past Test at Mumbai and expected to win this Test to stand a shot of returning the arrangement.
Australia were batting first and fifties from Matthew Hayden (97) and Justin Langer put the Aussies in a solid position at 252/4 with Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting at the wrinkle. Bhajji came in and caught Ponting lbw for only 6. He took after this by catching the perilous Adam Gilchrist lbw for a brilliant duck before rejecting Shane Warne for a similar score to accomplish his initial five-wicket pull in Tests and turn into the primary Indian bowler to take a cap trap in Test cricket.
He finished the first innings with figures of 7/123 and would take another 6 wickets in the second innings as India finished Australia’s 16-coordinate winning streak by winning the Test
4. Irfan Pathan versus Pakistan at Karachi, 2006
Irfan Pathan is the first bowler to have taken a hat-trick in the opening over of a Test The initial two Tests of India’s Tour of Pakistan in 2006 finished in draws so the two groups needed to fight it out in the last Test at Karachi.
India won the hurl and Rahul Dravid picked to handle first. The guests got to begin because of a great opening over by Irfan Pathan.
On the fourth conveyance, Pathan expelled Salman Butt because of a catch by Rahul Dravid before catching the hazardous Younis Khan lbw from a splendid in-swinger. The left-armer finished his hat-trick by knocking down some pins out Mohammad Yousuf.
Pathan finished the innings with a spell of 5/61 as the hosts were expelled for 245.
India went ahead to lose the Test yet Pathan’s hat-trick will stay carved in the recollections of Indian cricket fans until the end of time. This remaining parts to be the main hat-trick in Test cricket that was expert in the opening over of an innings
5. Kuldeep Yadav versus Australia at Eden Gardens, 2017
Kuldeep Yadav’s cap trap helped India overcome Australia Also, the latest inductee to the hat-trick list Kuldeep Yadav. India figured out how to set up a score of 252 on account of fifties from Ajinkya Rahane and captain Virat Kohli. In answer, Australia lost both their openers to Bhuvneshwar Kumar yet Steve Smith and Travis Head set up an association of 76 to bring the guests back on track.
Be that as it may, Australia lost Travis Head and in the blink of an eye later, Glenn Maxwell. Steve Smith was going admirably yet he was expelled for 59 and Australia were 138/5. Things wound up plainly uglier for the Aussies in the 33rd over when Kuldeep Yadav came in to bowl.
Yadav rocked the bowling alley Wade with a leg-sever outside the stump which took within edge and collided with the stumps. The 22-year old at that point expelled Ashton Agar with a plunging full-length conveyance which hit his cushions before the leg stump.
The chinaman finished his cap trap by rejecting Pat Cummins who trying to protect, edged the conveyance to MS Dhoni. Yadav’s cap trap is the 43rd in ODI cricket and the 86th in global cricket