Young Indian player Ishan Kishan had an outstanding performance on Saturday in Chattogram, becoming only the fourth Indian to score a double century in ODIs. Ishan scored 210 superb runs off just 131 deliveries with 24 fours and 10 sixes, breaking the record for the fastest double-hundred in the format formerly held by Chris Gayle of the West Indies. India amassed a staggering total of 409/8 in the last ODI’s fifty overs as a result.

After the match, the Indian cricket community sent Ishan many congratulations, and veteran wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik spoke in-depth about the left-handed batter’s performance in the ODI against Bangladesh. Due to Rohit Sharma’s injury, Ishan Kishan was forced to bat in the last ODI of the series, and this led Karthik to comment that the team management would be baffled as to the opening combination.

“It was breathtaking to see Ishan manage his innings after the first five overs. He often challenged bowlers with his playing strokes. Its main strength was the 200 strike rate; with 160, getting to 200 takes more effort. The fact that the last 100 came off only 41 balls shows how effectively he played. Because of his skill, Mumbai Indians spent such a high price to sign him “According to Karthik on Cricbuzz.

He is a trustworthy individual. The ace wicketkeeper said, “When it comes to the openers, this type of stuff kind of tosses the cat among the pigeons.”

Even after his performance, Ishan Kishan, who was dismissed in the 35th over of the Indian innings, said that he may have tried to get 300 runs.”

With 15 (14.1) overs left, I was eliminated. “SonyLiv,” Kishan yelled to the broadcasters after each inning “I also could have received 300.

Indian captain Rohit Sharma has achieved the mark three times, including in his best ODI score of 264; Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag have each scored once.