Ultimately Virat Kohli ended his ODI hundred drought in the final ODI
India after winning the toss, opted to bat first although Dhawan got out early but the real carnage began when Kohli & Ishan Kishan started thrashing Bangladesh bowlers all over the park. Kohli started slow and gained the momentum later whereas Ishan Kishan was fiery from the start.
Ishan took 85 balls to smash his ODI hundred and then completed his double ton in 126 balls. With this innings, Ishan became the fastest and youngest double century maker in the history of ODI cricket. Ishan got out at the score of 210 but Kohli kept going.
Kohli hammered his 44th ODI hundred after 87 deliveries and ended his 3.5 years of century drought. With this century, he also surpassed Ponting in most centuries in International cricket list. Kohli got out after well-made 113 runs.