India triumphed over Bangladesh by a score of 227 runs in the meaningless third and final match, which took place on Saturday in Chattogram. Ishan Kishan scored the fastest double hundred in the annals of one-day international cricket.
After India was given the opportunity to bat first, Kishan smashed 210 runs off 131 balls, while Virat Kohli smashed his first ODI hundred since August of this year, bringing India’s total to a magnificent 409 for 8.
Kishan, who was brought into the team to replace an ailing Rohit Sharma, smashed as much as 24 fours and 10 sixes throughout his innings.
In addition, Washington Sundar contributed 37 points, helping the club push above the 400-point threshold.
In their reply, Bangladesh were bowled out for a score of 182 after 34 overs, with Shakib Al Hasan hitting the most runs for the hosts with a score of 43 off of 50 balls.
Shardul Thakur (3/30) was the one who caused the majority of the damage, while both Axar Patel (2/22) and Umran Malik (2/43) took two wickets apiece.
Ebadot Hossain took two wickets (80), Shakib Al Hasan took two wickets (68), Taskin Ahmed took two wickets (89), Mehidy Hasan Miraz took one wicket (76), and Mustafizur Rahman took one wicket (66) for Bangladesh. Ishan Kishan scored 210 runs, while Virat Kohli scored 113 runs; Shakib Al Hasan took two wickets in the 50-over match for India.
182 runs scored by Bangladesh in 34 overs, with Shakib Al Hasan scoring 43 and Shardul Thakur taking 3/30.