Kuldeep Yadav has turned into the new face of Indian spin bowlers. His hattrick in the second ODI amongst India and Australia helped the Men in Blue beat the Aussies by a monstrous 50 runs. Named as the mystery man of the Indian side, Yadav sent Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar, and Pat Cummins back to the pavilion one after another to enable India to get a 2-0 lead in the five-coordinate ODI arrangement and most presumably has guaranteed India win the arrangement and lift the trophy.
Kuldeep Yadav, born on December 14, 1994, is the principal 'chinaman' that India has delivered at the global level in its 82-taxing year's history,
Child of a block furnace proprietor from Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, Kuldeep began his vocation as a quick arm bowler yet on his mentor's recommendation, the 22-year-old changed to one side arm irregular one.
As a 17-year-old, Yadav out of the blue wore the Blue shirt. As he was chosen for India Under-19 group yet missed the 2012 World Cup. He was later picked for India Under-19 World Cup 2014 group where Yadav turned into the primary Indian bowler to take a hattrick at the under 19 level.
Kuldeep Yadav was a piece of the Mumbai Indians squad amid the 2012 IPL season yet didn't get the opportunity to highlight in even a solitary amusement.
In the wake of moving to Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) after two years, the story stayed same for him. Nonetheless, in 2014, he made his IPL make a big appearance with KKR. Kuldeep played only three matches yet took six wickets at a normal of 16.67.
Kuldeep Yadav's first wicket was Australia's opening batsman David Warner, according to India Times report.
Amid the second ODI against Australia at Kolkata, Kuldeep turned into the third Indian bowler to record a cap trap in ODIs; joining Chetan Sharma and Kapil Dev