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Ishan Kishan hit the Double century against Bangladesh
INDvs BAN: Ishan Kishan hit the Double century against Bangladesh in the third ODI in Chattogram.
Kishan was drafted in the playing XI to replacement the injured captain Rohit Sharma, opening the batting. He made his going after plan right from the exceptionally off, playing a few blasting shots.
Despite losing opening batsmen Shikhar Dhawan early, Kishan left upon a sizzling stand with Virat Kohli. Kishan would raise his most memorable international century in the 24th over and afterward would simply proceed to raise the stakes.
He would before long bring India’s most noteworthy individual score against Bangladesh, outperforming Virender Sehwag’s 175 in Mirpur in 2011.
Ishan Kishan then, at that point, had his sights on a milestone double hundred and would raise the accomplishment in the 35th over in just 126 balls. His thump was just the 9th double century throughout the entire existence of ODI cricket and he would turn into the fourth Indian to do as such. It was additionally the quickest double hundred in ODI cricket.
His knock of 210 runs off 131 balls would at long last be finished by Taskin Ahmed in 36th over, turning into the 6th most noteworthy score throughout the entire existence of ODI cricket.
His knock has set up India to post a mammoth complete of 409/8 in the challenge. Bangladesh at present have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.