Although the two teams fielded a controlled match, this match also had a lot of importance as the match was a whitewash for India and a whitewash for Bangladesh in the first two matches of the India series with Mehdi Hassan Miraj caught as the hero. Ishan Kishan wrote the story in the last match and Virat Kohli recorded the fastest century in ODI history at Chittagong ground. Centuries are very beneficial for Chittagong. Bata is more comfortable in this field than in Mirpur. In the last match of the series, India took advantage of the wicket of Shekhar Dhawan in the fifth over. Miraj Anand's red-green fans, however, are delighted at the wicket as Virat Harishon stole the show ahead of the World Cup against Bangladesh. Before the World Cup, there was a lot of thought about the opening position in the Indian team.
The number is 1056 days, but no Indian opener has been seen in this format for such a long time. 1056 days later finally convulsed. Sitting on the bench in the first two matches, Ishan Kishan continued the black T-E only in the Chittagong field, raising the hopes of the Indian selectors. Everyone expected 210 from 131. Earlier, however, he scored a world record double century off 126 balls.
Legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar's first double century in ODIs 431 nicks Rohit Sharma 103x Ishan said today I could have scored 300 runs quota was a tough wicket to bat on was very clear if I was in my place I would have batted I thought my name was in it. Legends that I consider blessed I got out in 15 overs I could have scored 300 runs in one down Virat Kohli broke the century on 14 August 2019 against West Indies he scored the highest century in an ODI after an innings of 80 runs he didn't score a run for a long time Century at Chittagong ground The century was Virat Kohli's 72nd in international cricket before being dismissed by Shakib Al Hasan as Sachin surpassed Ricky Ponting's 113 off 99 balls.