In the third One-Day International (ODI), Team India defeated Bangladesh by 227 runs to prevent a clean sweep. Virat Kohli got a century and Ishan Kishan hit an impressive double century for the visitors, who batted first and reached 409/8 in 50 overs. The pair forged a 290-run stand for the second wicket with Kohli scoring 113 off 91 balls and Ishan smashing 210 off 131. Bangladesh lost all 10 of its wickets for 182 in 34 overs as a result of crumbling under the weight of the lofty mark.

Kishan, the Player of the Match, shocked the cricketing world by scoring the quickest double-century in ODI history. He won praise from everyone for being the format’s youngest double centurion. He seized the chance to participate in a star-studded Team India after skipper Rohit Sharma was forced to withdraw due to injury. He struck a magnificent 210 from 131 balls, which caught the attention of cricket analysts and past players.

Reetinder Singh Sodhi, a former Indian cricketer, has nothing but respect for the 24-year-old. Ishan was described as a youthful prodigy who is here to stay in Indian cricket Sodhi in an interview with India News after his brilliant innings.

“Ishan Kishan is a young prodigy who, in our opinion, isn’t living up to his potential. However, the knock he performed was incredible and will live on in memory for a long time. He is in it for the long run and, like Suryakumar Yadav, has a variety of explosive shots “Sodhi added.

In the third ODI, Sodhi praised Team India’s mentality and praised their incredible comeback after losing the first two ODIs and having already lost the series.

“After losing the series and taking a 2-0 beating, there was a lot of discussion about how they would respond in the third ODI. But given their teamwork and performance today, it seems that the coveted ICC trophy may not be too far away “added he.

Despite their 1-2 series loss to the hosts, the Men in Blue will go into the forthcoming two-match Test series against them with a lot of positives.