Ishan-Kohli’s Storming Performance Powered India to Put a Gigantic Score of 409 For Bangladesh
- Bangladesh won the toss and opted to bowl first.
- Ishan Kishan scored 210 runs in 131 balls, the fastest in the International cricket world and Kohli followed with 113 runs in 91 balls.
- Taskin Ahmed and Ebadot Hossain both took 4 wickets of Indian batters, 2 each.
- India posted 409 runs on the scoreboard.
- Bangladesh needs 410 runs to win the ODI series.
At Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram, India and Bangladesh came against each other where Bangladesh won the toss and opted to bowl first.
To open the batting attack, Dhawan and Ishan Kishan came to the middle to witness the bowling of Mustafizur. In the 3rd over, Kishan smacked back-to-back two boundaries and the team got a score of 15 after 3 overs.
Mehidy Hasan Miraz took the first wicket of Dhawan and the right-handed batter, Virat Kohli came to the crease. Kishan smashed more boundaries in the next overs. Kohli joined him to hit the boundaries in the 7th over, getting up to a score of 35-1. After 10 overs, India stood at a score of 45-1.
In the 12th over, Kishan brought 3 fours and one six that led the side to jump to 67-1 and he got to his 50-run stand. In the 15ht over, Kishan crunched one more four. Kishan was powerful today and smacked a six and a four in the 17th over, crossing the century with a score of 103-1 after 17 overs.
After 18 overs, India reached at a score of 110 with a loss of 1 wicket. In the 24th over, Ishan Kishan crossed his century. Kishan didn’t stop there and kept showing his power, drilling more boundaries. In the 28th over, Kohli reached his 50-run stand. Kohli and Kishan paired up for a lethal partnership and got 250 runs by 32nd over. In the 35th over, Kishan scored a powerful double century, jumping score to 295-1.
Posing team India at a significant position, Kishan lost his wicket to Taskin Ahmed and the right-handed batter, Shreyas Iyer came to the crease. In the 39th over, King Kohli also reached a century and India reached a score of 330-3. Fueling 113 runs in 91 balls, Kohli lost his wicket to Shakib. After 44 overs, India reached a score of 359-5.
In the 46th over, Axar Patel smacked a four on the throw from Mahmudullah. After 48 overs, India reached at a significant score of 398 with a loss of 6 wickets.
With the powerful duo, Kohli and Ishan Kishan on the pitch, India posted 409 runs on the scoreboard with 2 wickets remaining. Bangladesh needs 410 runs to win.
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