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IND vs BAN: Ishan Kishan breaks the highest world record of Chris Gayle, hits fastest Double Century in ODI – The Asia Saga

IND vs BAN: Ishan Kishan breaks the highest world record of Chris Gayle, hits fastest Double Century in ODI

Ishan Kishan Double Century: In the third ODI of the series against Bangladesh, Ishan Kishan batted furiously. He targeted the bowlers of the host team fiercely and played a stormy inning of 210 runs. During this, he also broke the world record of Chris Gayle.

Ishan Kishan Double Century: Team India’s young batsman Ishan Kishan performed brilliantly in the third ODI (IND vs BAN 3rd ODI) of the series against Bangladesh. He shattered the arrogance of the bowlers of the host team and played a stormy innings of 210 runs. At the Zahoor Ahmed Chowdhury Cricket Stadium in Chittagong, Kishan played the responsibility of opening and played in such a way that everyone just kept watching. During this, Kishan broke the world record of stormy double century of Chris Gayle. 

Gayle breaks the world record

Ishaan Kishan, who played domestic cricket for Jharkhand, showed his attitude from the very beginning. Everyone had understood that today Kishan has come on the field with the aim of playing a big innings. Kishan completed his double century in 126 balls. Gayle scored a double century in 138 balls. In this way the Indian cricketer created a world record. Kishan got out after scoring 210 runs. Taskin Ahmed made him the victim on the 5th ball of the 36th over of the innings. Kishan hit 24 fours and 10 sixes in his innings of 131 balls. 

Virat-Kishan partnership

Ishaan Kishan and Shikhar Dhawan landed in Chittagong for the opening and could only add 15 runs for the first wicket. Mehdi Hasan Miraj got Dhawan out lbw on the first ball of the 5th over of the innings. After this, Ishaan and Virat fiercely took the class of the bowlers of the host team. Kishan hit two fours in Taskin Ahmed’s over. Then Ibadat Hussain hit 18 runs in the 12th over of the innings. He took a single on the second ball of the 13th over of Shakib’s innings to reach his personal score of 50. In Taskin’s 17th over, he hit a six and a four. Then Kohli also completed a century partnership with fours on the last ball of the 19th over.

Century with fours and 150 runs with sixes

Kishan hit a four on the first ball of the 24th over of Afif Hussain’s innings. In this way, he completed his first ODI century in 85 balls. He hit a six in the very next over of Shakib. Then Ibadat Hussain hit two sixes in the 26th over. In Shakib’s 27th over, Kishan hit two sixes and fours. He took the personal score to 150 by hitting a six on the third ball of the very next over. In the 30th over of Mehdi Hasan Miraj, Ishaan hit two fours and a six. On the third ball of Taskin Ahmed’s 32nd over, Kohli hit a four and completed the 250-run partnership with Kishan. 

Command to KL Rahul

In this match, instead of Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul took command of the team. Rohit had injured his thumb during the last ODI. Due to Rohit’s exit, Ishaan Kishan got a chance and he batted in a rash manner. Apart from Ishaan, Chinaman spinner Kuldeep Yadav also got a place in the Playing-XI.

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