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Complete list of bowlers who have taken hat-trick in ODIs

Kuldeep Yadav became India's third bowler to take a hat-trick in ODIs after Chetan Sharma and Kapil Dev. His hat-trick is 43rd overall in the history of one-day cricket.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 21, 2017 10:35:00 pm
Kuldeep Yadav, Kuldeep Yadav hat-trick, India vs Australia, ind vs aus Kuldeep Yadav dismissed Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar and Pat Cummins to complete his hat-trick. (Source: AP)

The second ODI between India and Australia witnessed a historic moment at the Eden Gardens when India’s slow left-arm chinaman Kuldeep Yadav became India’s third bowler to take a hat-trick in ODIs after Chetan Sharma and Kapil Dev. Kuldeep’s hat-trick is 43rd overall in the history of one-day cricket. Chasing 253, Australia were five down for 148 runs when Kuldeep came to the party and clinched three wickets in three balls which included Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar and Pat Cummins’ dismissals.

Here is the full list of bowlers who have taken a hat-trick in the ODIs:

Jalal-ud-Din (Pakistan) vs Australia  in  1982

Bruce Reid    (Australia) vs New Zealand in 1986

Chetan Sharma  (India) vs  New Zealand in 1987

Wasim Akram   (Pakistan) vs West Indies in 1989

Wasim Akram   (Pakistan) vs Australia in 1990

Kapil Dev            (India) vs  Sri Lanka in 1991

Aaqib Javed        (Pakistan) vs India in 1991

Danny Morrison  (New Zealand) vs India in 1994

Waqar Younis       (Pakistan) vs New Zealand in 1994

Saqlain Mushtaq   (Pakistan) vs Zimbabwe in 1996

Eddo Brandes        (Zimbabwe) vs England in 1997

Anthony Stuart      (Australia) vs Pakistan in 1997

Saqlain Mushtaq    (Pakistan) vs Zimbabwe in 1999

Chaminda Vaas      (Sri Lanka) vs Zimbabwe in 2001

Mohammad Sami  (Pakistan) vs West Indies in 2002

Chaminda Vaas      (Sri Lanka) vs Bangladesh in 2003

Brett Lee                  (Australia ) vs Kenya in 2003

James Anderson     (England) vs Pakistan in 2003

Steve Harmison     (England) vs India in 2004

Charl Langeveldt    (South Africa) vs West Indies in 2005

Shahadat Hossain  (Bangladesh) vs Zimbabwe in 2006

Jerome Taylor        (West Indies) vs Australia in 2006

Shane Bond             (New Zealand) vs Australia in 2007

Lasith Malinga       (Sri Lanka) vs South Africa in 2007

Andrew Flintoff      (England) vs West Indies in 2009

Farveez Maharoof   (Sri Lanka) vs India in 2010

Abdur Razzak         (Bangladesh) vs Zimbabwe in 2010

Kemar Roach          (West Indies) vs Netherlands in 2011

Lasith Malinga        (Sri Lanka) vs Kenya in 2011

Lasith Malinga        (Sri Lanka) vs Australia in 2011

Dan Christian          (Australia) vs Sri Lanka in 2012

Thisara Perera         (Sri Lanka) vs Pakistan in 2012

Clint McKay             (Australia) vs England in 2013

Rubel Hossain         (Bangladesh) vs New Zealand in 2013

Prosper Utseya        (Zimbabwe) vs South Africa in 2014

Taijul Islam             (Bangladesh) vs Zimbabwe in 2014

Steve Finn                (England) vs Australia in 2015

JP Duminy               (South Africa) vs Sri Lanka in 2015

Kagiso Rabada        (South Africa) vs Bangladesh in 2015

James Faulkner      (Australia) vs Sri Lanka in 2016

Taskin Ahmed        (Bangladesh) vs Sri Lanka in 2017

Wanidu Hasaranga (Sri Lanka) vs Zimbabwe in 2017

Kuldeep Yadav        (India) vs Australia in 2017

India went on to win the second ODI against Australia by 50 runs at the Eden Gardens, leading the five-match series 2-0.

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