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With around 15 overs remaining, 300 could have been reached.

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The 24-year-old, who was just playing in his 10th ODI, showed courageous batting as he broke Chris Gayle’s record for the quickest double century in the format (138 balls) by completing the feat in just 126 balls.

Ishan Kishan thrilled to make the quickest double hundred in ODI history but was disappointed to have missed the chance to become the first triple century in the format. The 24-year-old, who was just playing in his 10th ODI, showed courageous batting as he broke Chris Gayle’s record for the quickest double century in the format (138 balls) by completing the feat in just 126 balls. India scored a remarkable 409 for eight. In the 36th over of the Indian innings, he was out for 210. “I was done after 15 (14.1) overs. I also may have received 300 “At the end of each inning,  Kishan told the broadcasters ‘SonyLiv’ at the innings break.

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