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Ishan Kishan Stats

The third One-Day International at Chattogram saw Ishan Kishan achieve his first-ever One-Day International double century against Bangladesh, taking Rohit Sharma’s place due to injury. He scored 210 runs in just 131 deliveries, with 24 fours and 10 sixes. 

In the process, he set multiple world records. By scoring this double century,he became the 8th cricketer to do it in the world and this is another stat that Ishan Kishan would definitely like his name with.

Ishan completed the 200 in 126 deliveries, setting a record for the fastest double hundred ever. He started slowly and stepped up the run-scoring pace quickly once he reached fifty. The youthful Jharkhandi man could not be stopped once he surpassed the score of 50 in his innings. 

A number of world records were surpassed. See all the Ishan Kishan stats and records broken after scoring his first-ever double century against Bangladesh in the third One-Day International.

List of all Cricketing Ishan Kishan stats and records: 

Fastest 200 in One-Day Internationals (126 Balls)

The youngest batter to reach 200 in an ODI (24 years, 145 days)

– The first batsman to reach 200 runs in an ODI after scoring a maiden century

The fourth Indian batsman to score 200 in an ODI

– The seventh batsman overall to score 200 in one-day internationals

– Bangladesh’s highest individual score (210) for a batsman in an ODI

– He has the sixth-highest individual ODI (210) score.

– The fewest innings needed to reach 200 in an ODI (9)

– The first left-hander from India to reach 200 in an ODI

The first Indian wicketkeeper to reach 200 in an ODI

– The most sixes an Indian left-hander has ever hit in an innings in an ODI (10)

In Chattogram, India won the toss and chose to bat first in the third One-Day International (ODI) between Bangladesh and India. Ishan Kishan, who replaced Rohit Sharma as the starting batsman, seized the opportunity and set multiple records.

Kuldeep Yadav joined Ishan Kishan, who took Rohit Sharma’s spot in the Indian starting XI. Bangladesh replaced Najmul Hasan Shanto and Nasum Ahmed with Taskin Ahmed and Yasir Ali, respectively.

Mehidy Hasan Miraz trapped Shikhar Dhawan LBW for three runs, capping another horrible batting display from the Indian captain. But when Ishan Kishan and Virat Kohli pounded the ball all over the field with their bowling, Bangladesh had to wait another 31 overs to get their next wicket.Ishan Kishan stats and records from the game will act like a cornerstone for other batters to achieve in the years to come.


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