pictogram, Opener Ishan Kishan’s blistering double century and Virat Kohli’s brilliant century led India to a 227-run victory over Bangladesh in the third and final one-day cricket match at Chittogram on Saturday. The victory was a consolation for India as Bangladesh had won the first two ODIs to clinch the series. Bangladesh has won the three-match series 2-1.
Captain Liton Das won the toss and invited India to bat first. With the help of Ishan Kishan’s 210 and Virat Kohli’s 113 runs, India registered a total score of 409 runs for 8 wickets in the allotted 50 overs. In response, the Bangladeshi team was all out for 182 runs in 34 overs. Ishan Kishan was declared the player of the match.
India was invited to bat first. Lokesh Rahul was made captain as captain Rohit Sharma was injured. When Ishan Kishan was included in his place. Ishan Kishan took advantage of this and batted with a bang. Opener Shikhar Dhawan was dismissed after scoring three runs. However, later Ishan Kishan along with Virat Kohli washed the minds of the Bangladeshi bowlers.
This JD registered a partnership of 290 runs. Ishan Kishan scored a double century in 126 balls. It was Ishan Kishan’s first ODI century and he became the first batsman in the world to convert it into a double century. When he became India’s fourth batsman to score a double century in one-day internationals.
He played an innings of 210 runs in 131 balls with the help of 24 fours and 10 sixes. When Kohli broke Ricky Ponting’s record by scoring his 72nd century in international cricket. Kohli got out after scoring 113 runs in 91 balls with the help of 11 fours and two sixes. Apart from this, Washington Sundar scored 37 runs and Akshar Patel scored 20 runs. Lokesh Rahul was dismissed after scoring eight runs. Taskin Ahmed, Ebadat Hussain and Saqib Al Hasan lost two wickets each for Bangladesh. While Mehdi Hasan Miraz and Mustafizur got one success each. There was a huge target of 410 runs against Bangladesh. But the Bangladeshi batsmen fell on their knees against the Indian bowlers.
The Bangladeshi team could not even reach Ishan Kishan’s personal score of 210 runs. The Bangladesh team was all out after scoring 182 runs for 10 wickets in 34 overs. Saqib Al Hasan scored the highest 43 runs for Bangladesh. While Liton Das contributed 29, Yasir Ali 25 and Mahmudullah 20 runs. Besides this, Taskin Ahmed remained unbeaten scoring 17 runs. Shardul Thakur lost three wickets for India. While Akshar Patel and Umran Malik took two wickets each and Mohammad Siraj, Kuldeep Yadav and Washington Sundar took one wicket each.