It was a debut to recollect for Madhya Pradesh medium pacer Ravi Yadav as he turned the first bowler in Ranji Trophy historical past to assert a hat-trick in the very first over on his first-class debut.
Yadav achieved the feat throughout their match towards Uttar Pradesh at Indore’s Holkar Cricket Stadium and he was capable of end the sport with a 5-wicket haul.
The 28-year-previous, who made his Ranji debut fairly late because of harm points, claimed the wickets of Aryan Juyal, Ankit Rajpoot and Sameer Rizvi as Uttar Pradesh had been bowled out for 216 in their first innings.
ICYMI: A hat-trick to recollect! 👏👏👏
First First-Class Match ✅
First Over ✅
First Hat-trick ✅
Watch Madhya Pradesh’s Ravi Yadav’s particular hat-trick towards Uttar Pradesh
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Yadav opened his account on the third ball of his first over as Juyal was caught behind by Ajay Rohera for 13 and he adopted it up with two completely good deliveries to fort Rajpoot and Rizvi on consecutive deliveries. Both the batsmen had been overwhelmed by the motion that Yadav produced and had been clear bowled.
Earlier, Madhya Pradesh scored 230 in the first innings because of a half century from Yash Dubey.