During the third One-Day International (ODI) match between India and Bangladesh, which is now taking place at Chattogram, Ishan Kishan achieved the fastest ever double-century in the format. He accomplished the task in 126 balls, becoming the fourth Indian batsman to score a century in the process. His total score was 126.
Ishan Kishan, who was brought in for the final game of the series as a replacement for the injured captain Rohit Sharma, smashed 24 fours and 10 sixes before being run out on the penultimate ball of the 36th over. This performance earned Ishan Kishan a spot in the winning team.
When the little hitter reached the milestone of 200 runs, people from all walks of life flocked to Twitter to praise him for his accomplishment.
That should be how you go about doing it. Ishan Kishan’s performance was outstanding. This is the strategy that will do an incredible amount of good for Team India.
Kishan smashed the world record for scoring a double century in 50-over cricket in the quickest possible time, which had previously been held by the legendary Chris Gayle of the West Indies. During the 2015 ICC World Cup match between Zimbabwe and West Indies, it had taken Gayle 138 deliveries to reach his double century.