Ishan Kishan and Virat Kohli were the toast of the Indian innings in the third ODI against Bangladesh being played at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram on December 10, 2022.
Bangladesh captain Litton Das had yet again won the toss and chose to bowl first. The Tigers had a good start as they removed the experienced Shikhar Dhawan for 3 runs, but then Ishan Kishan, who replaced Rohit Sharma as the opener, and Virat Kohli hammered the Bangla bowlers.
While Ishan Kishan played the role of the aggressor, Kohli anchored the innings as the Indian team scored a breakneck speed. Kishan made his maiden ODI century in just 85 balls and took 18 more balls to reach his 150.
Kishan continued the onslaught as he converted his maiden ODI ton into a double ton and finished with 210 in 131 balls with 24 fours and 10 sixes. Virat Kohli then took over and completed his century in 85 balls and finished with 113 runs with 11 fours and 2 sixes.
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India finished with 409/8 in 50 overs with Washington Sundar making 37 and Akshar Patel making 20.
During their knocks, Ishan Kishan and Virat Kohli made and broke multiple records, both individual and partnership ones.
Here are some of the records broken by the duo:
126 - Balls Kishan needed for his double-century, the fastest in ODI cricket. He broke the record of Chris Gayle, who had reached the milestone in 138 balls, against Zimbabwe in the 2015 World Cup.
1- Ishan Kishan is the 1st batter to convert their first ODI century into a double century. The previous highest score for the first century was 194* by Charles Coventry, against Bangladesh in 2009 in Bulawayo.
24y 145d - Kishan's age on Saturday, making him the youngest batter to score a double century in men’s ODIs. The previous youngest was Rohit Sharma, who at 26 years and 186 days old, hit 206 against Australia in 2013.
1 - Kishan is now the first batter to score a double-century in ODI cricket against Bangladesh. Also broke Virender Sehwag’s record for the highest score by an Indian in ODIs against Bangladesh- 175.
210- The record for the highest individual ODI score by a batter against Bangladesh is now held by Ishan Kishan, bettering Shane Watson’s 185* in 2011.
34.6 - Team overs when Kishan reached 200 in Chattogram, the earliest point any batter has completed the landmark in ODIs. The previous best was 43.3 overs by Virender Sehwag when he scored 219 against West Indies in 2011.
156 - Runs scored by Kishan in boundaries during his 210-run knock. Only two batters have scored more in boundaries in an ODI inning - 186 by Rohit against Sri Lanka in 2014 and 162 by Martin Guptill against West Indies in 2015.
103 - Balls Kishan needed to reach the 150-run mark - the fastest individual 150 by an Indian in men's ODIs. The previous best was Virender Sehwag, who took 112 balls to bring up his 150 against West Indies in 2011.
290 - Partnership runs for the second wicket between Ishan Kishan and Virat Kohli, the highest for any wicket in ODIs against Bangladesh. This bettered the record of the 282*-run partnership between Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock in 2017.
68.6 - Percentage of runs scored by Kishan during the 290-run stand with Kohli, the highest contribution by a single batter in a 200-plus runs partnership in men's ODIs. The previous highest was 65.6% by Tom Latham, who scored 145 out of 221 with Kane Williamson against India last month.
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9.15- the run rate at which Ishan Kishan and Virat Kohli added 290, the second fastest 200-plus stand in men’s ODI. The fastest is a 204-run stand at 10.03 rpo between Jos Buttler and Eoin Morgan against West Indies in 2019.
409 for 8 - India's total in Chattogram, is now the first 400-plus ODI total against Bangladesh and the first by any team in Bangladesh. They bettered their 370/4 in 2011 and the previous best was 391/4 by England in 2019.
44- the number of centuries in ODIs by Virat Kohli, the second most after Sachin Tendulkar (49).
72- Virat Kohli hit his 72nd international century to go past Ricky Ponting’s record of 71 tons and is now second only to Sachin Tendulkar, who reigns at the top with 100 international tons.
1- First ODI century for Virat Kohli since his ton against West Indies in August 2019.