IND vs BAN: Bangladesh could not even reach Ishaan Kishan’s score, lost by 200+ runs for the second time

New Delhi. Ishan Kishan scored the first double century of his ODI career on Saturday. On the basis of his century, India registered a big win by 227 runs against Bangladesh in the third ODI. However, by winning the first two ODIs, the hosts managed to capture the series 2–1. With the help of Ishaan Kishan’s 210 runs, India scored a huge score of 409 runs in the first game. Virat Kohli also scored a century. In response, the Bangladesh team returned to the pavilion after scoring 182 runs in 34 overs. That is, the opposing team was also 28 runs behind Ishaan Kishan’s score. If we look at the ODI record, the Indian team won by more than 200 runs for the 5th time.

This is India’s biggest win against Test playing countries. Earlier, the team got the biggest win against the West Indies by 224 runs. If we look at the record of the ODI team, then India had registered the biggest win by 257 runs against Bermuda in 2007. In the World Cup match, India had scored 413 runs for 5 wickets while playing first. Virender Sehwag scored a century. In response, Bermuda’s team got out after scoring 156 runs.
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beat Hong Kong by 256 runs
India got the second biggest win in ODIs in 2008 against Hong Kong. Then Team India won the match by 256 runs. Today Bangladesh was defeated by 227 runs, West Indies by 224 runs in 2018 and Bangladesh by 200 runs in 2003. In this way, Bangladesh got defeated by more than 200 runs for the second time against India. Talking about the third ODI, fast bowler Shardul Thakur took maximum 3 wickets.

IND vs BAN: Ishaan Kishan’s double century and India at the forefront of the cricket world, all opponents battered

Left-arm spinner Akshar Patel and fast bowler Umran Malik got 2-2 wickets. Mohammad Siraj, Kuldeep Yadav and Washington Sundar got one wicket each. Now a Test series of 2 matches will be played between the two countries from 14 December.

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