Virat Kohli does dancing moves in honor of Ishan Kishan’s double century during the BAN vs IND match. Ishan Kishan made ODI history by becoming the player with the youngest double century.
When he achieved his first double century in ODIs against Bangladesh. In the pivotal game at Chattogram’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Ishan Kishan had one of a young player’s dream days. The 24 year old took advantage of his opportunity at the top of the order. When captain Rohit Sharma was force to withdraw due to a thumb injury.
The fastest double hundred in ODI history was actually Kishan’s double ton. The left-hander joined an exclusive group of cricketers. Who have achieved double centuries for India in one-day internationals in just 126 deliveries. Only three other Indian cricketers. Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, and Rohit Sharma have accomplished the feat.
Kishan, who was batting on 199, dug out a yorker to get it inside the area of the cover. Since he was really intent on reaching the milestone. When he reached the landmark, he celebrated by “leaping in the air,” and everyone in the dugout, including the dressing room, stood to applaud.
Virat Kohli provided the ideal counterbalance at the other end
With some brilliant boundaries, Kohli provided the ideal counterbalance at the other end, and as Kishan reached his double ton, the two of them eye-catchingly celebrated. When the two batters was seen performing Bollywood dance steps, the former Indian skipper appear to be really please for the young player.
Kishan, a wicketkeeper-batter, play a mind-blowing innings before being ultimately remove for a massive 210 off just 131 balls. During that time, he struck 24 fours and ten sixes. The talented batsman made sure to accelerate as he reached 100 and showed no mercy to any of the Bangladesh spinners.
India is now in a fantastic position to compile a challenging total thanks to Kishan’s double century. A spectacular century has also been reached by Kohli, who was sitting in the finest seat in the house when Kishan went bang-bang.
Here is a video of Kohli and Kishan enjoying their second century.