Team India has a long list of unusual records to its credit. Great seamers and pacers have always been at the disposal of the Indian team. We will inform you of the bowlers who recorded hat tricks in ODIs in this article.
In ODI matches, Chetan Sharma holds the top record with a hat trick against New Zealand in Nagpur during the 1987 World Cup. He bowled out Rutherford, Eion Smith, and Even Chatfield in that order.
The second name is that of former cricket legend Kapil Dev, who in 1991 at Edin Garden read out the names of SRI-three Lanka's players as Roshan Mahanama, Ramesh, and Sanath Jayasurya.
Kuldeep Yadav had the third instance of a hat trick being recorded against him. He is the only player from India to have taken the hat trick twice in ODIs. The first was against Australia in 2017 at Edin Garden. The second one, meanwhile, was made at Vishakhapatnam versus WIs in 2019.
He is in fourth place after scoring three goals against Afghanistan in the 2019 World Cup. He successively bowled out Mohammad Nabi, Aftab Aalam, and Mujeeb Urr Rehman, the three Bangladeshi batsmen.