Ishan Kishan scored his maiden international hundred against Bangladesh in the third ODI on Saturday to put India in the driver’s seat.
Kishan put India in the driving seat with his magnificent hundred (Courtesy: AP)
By India Today Web Desk: Ishan Kishan slammed his maiden hundred on Sunday against Bangladesh in the third ODI to put India in the driving seat of the match.
Kishan was roped in to replace captain Rohit Sharma, after the opener was ruled out due to a thumb injury. The 24-year-old made the most of his chance as the southpaw hit his hundred in just 85 balls as he helped the visitors recover after the early wicket of Shikhar Dhawan along with Virat Kohli. The duo put on a partnership of 137 runs at the moment.
The wicketkeeper-batter hit 14 boundaries and two sixes as India are currently 152 for one in 23.1 overs.
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