Ishan Kishan scored the fastest-ever double hundred in men’s ODI cricket on Saturday. He became the fourth Indian men’s batter overall to register ODI 200 during the third and final ODI match against Bangladesh, which took place at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram on Saturday.
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Kishan broke a world record by reaching a double century in 126 balls. He was the first Indian batter in history to do so. With his double century, Kishan broke the record for runs scored by a batsman in a single inning and became the eighth hitter in the world.
Ishan Kishan set a new record for the most runs scored in a one-day international during the last game of India’s series versus Bangladesh. Here are some of the most impressive moments from his performance. The left hander made his way onto the field and immediately started a partnership with Virat Kohli worth more than 200 runs.
While Kohli got his 65th half-century, Kishan set a new world record by scoring a magnificent double-century in only 126 balls. This was the fastest ever achieved.
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India Wins Over Bangladesh By 227 Runs
With the help of Ishan Kishan’s record-breaking 210 and Virat Kohli’s 44th ODI century – and 72nd in international cricket – India was able to secure a 227-run win, which is their most in ODIs against any Test opponent.
The young Kishan was the subject of conversation in the local community and around the cricketing globe. Kishan beat Chris Gayle’s record for the fastest double century in 50-over cricket by hitting it in 126 balls while playing in only his 10th one-day international (ODI).
This was since Rohit Sharma, India’s captain, could not play due to a thumb injury. Ishan Kishan toyed with Bangladesh bowlers to achieve this feat (138 balls). After not scoring a century in an ODI for about three and a half years, Kohli played a supporting role as he assisted himself to a century to lead India to a big score of 409/8.
The target was too difficult for Bangladesh to achieve, as they were bowled out for 182 with 34 overs remaining. Shardul Thakur took three wickets, and Axar Patel and Umran Malik claimed two. At the same time, the other three Indian bowlers contributed to the Indian team’s success by taking wickets.