Kishan’s Double Century And Kohli’s 113 Help India To 409 In The One-Day International Against Bangladesh


In the third game on Saturday, India scored 409-8 thanks in large part to Ishan Kishan, who struck the fastest double century in ODI history in just 126 balls while destroying the Bangladesh bowling with Virat Kohli.

The left-handed Kishan, who was called upon to lead the side in Rohit Sharma’s absence due to injury, made the most of his opportunity in Chittagong, smashing 210 runs off 131 balls with the help of 24 fours and 10 sixes.

Together with Kohli (113), he shared in the eighth greatest second-wicket partnership in ODI history (290 runs).

After losing the first two games of the series, the home team scored 409, their fourth-best ODI score and the greatest total recorded by any team against Bangladesh.


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