New Delhi. The Indian cricket team came out to save honor in the last match of the ODI series against Bangladesh and showed a game that created history. Opener Ishaan Kishan scored a double century while batting while Virat Kohli’s bat also got a century. On the basis of both these strong innings, Team India scored 409 runs for 8 wickets.
Ishaan’s record double century
Ishaan Kishan played such an innings against Bangladesh which got recorded in the pages of history. After starting cautiously, this young man completed fifty runs in 49 balls, scoring 7 fours and 1 six. After this, he scored the first international century by scoring 14 fours and 2 sixes in 85 balls while collecting shots. After reaching 100, Ishaan’s style changed tremendously and reached 150 runs in 103 balls hitting 16 fours and 8 sixes. After this, Ishaan created history by scoring the fastest double century, hitting 23 fours and 9 sixes in just 126 balls.
fastest double century
Ishaan scored a double century against Bangladesh in just 126 balls. He became the fastest batsman to score a double century in One Day International. The record of the fastest double century in ODIs was earlier recorded in the name of former West Indies veteran Chris Gayle. He did this feat on 138 balls. India’s former explosive opener Virender Sehwag completed the double century off 140 balls.
Kohli scored a century after three years
In ODI cricket, Kohli scored a century after 3 years and also left behind the record of 71 international centuries by former Australia captain Ricky Ponting. On 54 balls, Virat Kohli reached his Fifty with the help of 4 fours and completed the century by scoring 11 fours and 1 six in 85 balls.
FIRST PUBLISHED : December 10, 2022, 15:28 IST