Ishan Kishan has joined the exclusive group of cricket players who have achieved a double century in ODI play. In the third ODI on Saturday, Kishan’s 210 from 131 balls helped India reach a massive 409/8 and defeat Bangladesh by 227 runs. The previous Indian player to reach 200 in an ODI was skipper Rohit Sharma, who Kishan had interestingly replaced in the lineup. This was the first time since December 2017 that an Indian player had accomplished the feat.

After splitting his webbing while fielding in the second ODI, Rohit was forced to withdraw from the series. It meant that in the third ODI, Kishan and Shikhar Dhawan were brought in to start the innings. He ultimately scored his first-ever century for his country and made history by being the first player to turn his debut ODI century into a double hundred. The only player to have scored 200 or more in ODIs many times is Rohit, who in his unique style praised Kishan on his Instagram account.

Rohit captioned a snapshot of Kishan celebrating his double century on Instagram with, “Yeh club ka mazza alag hai, @ishankishan23.” To his captain, Kishan said, “Maza hi maza hai.” In ODIs, Rohit currently owns the record with 264 off 173 against Sri Lanka in November 2014, and it seemed as if Kishan had ample time to surpass it. He subsequently acknowledged that he could have scored a 300 had he continued, but he fell in the 36th over.

“Too excellent of a wicket to bat on. I knew exactly what I wanted to do: if the ball is there, I’ll go for it. It’s an honor to be mentioned with such great. There were still 15 overs remaining when I was out. After India’s innings, he stated, “Could’ve scored 300 also.

The only other Indians who have achieved a double century in an ODI are Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag. Both players praised Virat Kohli on Saturday for completing his 44th ODI century, while Tendulkar, the first player to ever record a double hundred in the format, did the same.