The third and final ODI of the series was played at Chattogram, where record-breaker Ishan Kishan and centurion Virat Kohli guided India to a massive 227-run victory against Bangladesh. Ishan was in blitzkrieg mode as India posted a mammoth total of 409 for eight thanks to his 210 runs in 131 balls, the quickest double tonne in ODI history. Before Ishan’s innings, former England captain Michael Vaughan made a subtle jab at Team India and their batting strategy in one-day internationals.

India’s cautious batting style in the white-ball game has drawn criticism from Vaughan. The most recent of them occurred following India’s sad semifinal loss to England in the T20 World Cup.

What have they done after winning the World Cup by 50 games? Nothing. India is now engaged in a dated, long-running game of white ball. The worst-ever white-ball squad in history is India. What has India ever delivered? Every player in the world that attends the Indian Premier League claims that it enhances their game. In his Telegraph column, Vaughan wrote.

In response to Ishan’s explosive innings, he poked fun at India on Twitter on Saturday, saying, “Current is the way to play one day cricket in this age India #BANvIND.”

For the second wicket, Ishan and Kohli put up a 290-run partnership, helping India to their sixth 400-plus total in ODIs. The spinners quickly finished off Bangladesh for only 182 runs, handing them one of their worst losses in ODI cricket.

“This is what our team was anticipating. The scores don’t show the way he began off, but Kishan and Virat set it up for us. He seized the chance at the first chance he saw. He batted quite well. Virat assisted him by using his knowledge. The hitters are expected to come at you aggressively, and you anticipate getting wickets. There wasn’t much assistance. We made some risky decisions. Very pleased with how we performed. As a team, we are learning. Still strive to improve,” interim captain KL Rahul remarked after the game.