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WATCH: Virat Kohli's Brings Out His Inner 'Kid' to Celebrate Ishan Kishan's Double Century

IND vs BAN 3rd ODI: Virat Kohli displayed mini bhangra to celebrate Ishan Kishan's double century, who scored 210 runs.

Rishabh Gautam
By Rishabh Gautam December 10, 2022 • 15:47 PM

IND vs BAN: Experienced Virat Kohli and youngster Ishan Kishan wreaked havoc on the Bangladesh bowlers in the 3rd ODI. The duo etched a tremendous 290-run partnership for the 2nd wicket. At one end where Ishan Kishan showed swashbuckling batting, dealing majorly in boundaries as he smacked 210 runs off just 131 balls, while Virat Kohli stepped up in ODI after a long time, to bring up his 72nd international ton. After a record-breaking batting performance, a video related to the Indian batters is now going viral on social media. 

In the viral video, Virat Kohli can be seen celebrating Ishan Kishan's double ton like a kid. The 24-year-old Ishan Kishan completed the fastest double century in ODI cricket in the 35th over of the match with a single, after which Virat was seen lifting Kishan up in the air to celebrate. Not only this, Virat Kohli also displayed a mini 'Bhangra' with Ishan Kishan after the latter reached a tremendous landmark. A video of the same was posted by broadcasters on their official Twitter account, which is now garnishing a lot of attention.


In this match, Ishan Kishan played 131 balls to score 210 runs. During this, Kishan smashed 24 fours and 10 sixes. That means Kishan scored 156 through boundaries only in mere 34 balls. Ishan Kishan maintained an impeccable strike rate of 160.31 during his knock. Even though he was batting alongside one of the best batters ever, the youngster managed to shadow Virat Kohli's knock. 

However, the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury stadium witnessed Virat Kohli's 72nd international ton, and his first ODI ton in the last 40 months. The star batter smacked 113 runs in 91 balls. During this, Virat maintained a strike rate of 124.18 laced with 11 fours & 2 sixes. Virat scored 56 runs through boundaries only in 13 balls, as India posted a massive 409/8 in 50 overs.