Kuldeep Yadav Hatrick in Odi
Kuldeep Yadav registered his name in the world record list as Kuldeep Yadav Hatrick in Odi and turned the second ODI to their side against Australia in the 33rd over at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The mystery spinner took a wicket of Matthew Wade in the second ball of the 33rd over. (India vs Australia – 2nd ODI: Highlights). In the very Next ball, Ashton Agar went,got LBW out by the umpire. Agar thought about a review but the batsmen at non-striker end Marcus Stoinis against it and they didn’t reviewed and then Pat Cummins fell, caught at the wicket.
Kuldeep Yadav hatrick against Australia
This player has already been signed by Kolkata Knight Riders had ensured that this would be a progressive player for their team. This was Yadav’s maiden ODI hat-trick. He is the third Indian took hatrick after Chetan Sharma and Kapil Dev. This is the second ODI hat-trick at Eden Gardens after Kapil Dev’s effort against Sri Lanka in 1991.
Kuldeep Yadav hat-trick
WICKETS: Kuldeep Yadav strikes as he gets his first hat-trick in ODI cricket, by removing Mathhew Wade, Ashton Agar and in three balls. The wonderful moment in Kuldeep Yadav life. Kuldeep Yadav Hatrick in Odi.
Here is Commentry of India vs Australia 2017
Australia 138-5 in 29.5 overs:
WICKET! Hardik Pandya removes captain Steve Smith at 59, who was looking settled in the ground.
Australia 121-4 in 26 overs:
In his 100th ODI, Australia captain Steve Smith has got to his 18th ODI fifty with a calm and composed innings.
Australia 106-4 in 22.5 overs:
WICKET! MS Dhoni does the trick as he stumps out Glenn Maxwell, as Chahal strikes yet again. India are back in the game now.
Australia 85-3 in 17 overs:
WICKET! Chahal’s spin magic does the trick with a full toss to Travis Head, and Manish Pandey takes a spectacular catch at midwicket.
Australia 61-2 in 12 overs:
Steve Smith and Travis Head have revived Australia’s innings as they went past the 50-run mark, needing less than 200 to win now.
Australia 9-2 in 4.5 overs:
WICKET! Ajinkya Rahane takes a good catch at second slip as Bhuvneshwar traps David Warner.
Australia 2-1 in 3 overs:
WICKET! Bhuvneshwar strikes as he removes Hilton Cartwright early in the innings.
India all out for 252:
WICKET! India get all-out. Chahal looks to steal off a bye on the last ball, but gives up on the chase midway after Kumar at the other end stands still. Wade from behind runs up to the stumps and uproots the bails.
WICKET! Hardik Pandya departs after he hits a slower full toss off Stonis straight to Warner at long off.
India 239-8 in 48.2 overs:
WICKET!Wickets continue to tumble for India as Kuldeep Yadav follows Bhuvneshwar, who departed in the previous over.
India 239-7 in 48 overs:
WICKET! Bhuvneshwar Kumar departs as Maxwell takes an easy catch at long-on, scoring a cameo of 20 runs.
Just when India inched towards the 250-run mark, the covers came off, and players walked off the field, as rain made its entry.
India 207-6 in 40 overs:
WICKET! It doesn’t last long for Dhoni. Kane Richardson forces Dhoni to play on the drive and he chips it straight to Smith at short extra cover.
India 201-5 in 38 overs:
WICKET! Kohli departs for a well made 92. The Indian skipper tries to run down a tight delivery from Coulter-Nile but chops the ball onto his stumps. Pandya joins MS Dhoni at the crease.
India 190-4 in 36 overs:
WICKET! After a stable partnership with Virat Kohli at the crease, Kedar Jadhav has thrown it away. Coulter-Nile bangs it short with a bit of with and Jadhav flashes after it, only to hand it straight to Maxwell at backward point.
India 131/3 from 27.4 overs
WICKET! Ashton Agar has ended Manish Pandey’s stay in the middle. He tried to cut but the idea has clearly backfired as the ball hits the top of the off stump. Pandey has struggled to get going and Australia have made sure they cash in on Pandey’s struggle.
India 121/2 in 23.4 overs:
WICKET! Oh dear, no! Ajinkya Rahane has not made it back in time. Run out. He dives but in vain. The Mumbai batsman, who notched up his 20th ODI fifty, departs for 55.
India 111/1 in 22 overs:
ANOTHER FIFTY FOR KOHLI! The Indian skipper struggled initially but he is looking at ease now as he brings up his 45th ODI half-century. Rahane is 2 runs away from his fifty.
India 50-1 in 11 overs:
after losing Rohit Sharma early, captain Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane continued to take India forward as they went past 50.
India 26-1 in 6 overs:
WICKET! A fuller delivery by Coulter-Nile but Rohit fails to hit it on the drive and gets the bottom of the bat, gives an easy catch back to the bowler.
Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bat first once again.