Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) made a big mistake on Twitter, which was also trolled on social media. During the third and final T20 International match between India and Bangladesh, Pacer Deepak Chahar took a record total of 6 wickets including a hat-trick and played a key role in helping his team win. BCCI missed out on him as the first Indian bowler to take a hat-trick in this format, which led to his gritty.
India's victory, BCCI wrote on Twitter that Chahar became the first bowler to take a hat-trick in a T20 international. This is factually incorrect as the credit for taking the first hat-trick for India in the International T20 goes to women's team bowler Ekta Bisht who achieved the feat against Sri Lanka seven years ago. Chahar is the first Indian male cricketer to do so.