In the third or last one-day match, India won the match by 227 runs with Bangladesh due to a great double century by Ishan Kishan 210 (131) and a century by Virat Kohli 113 (91). Bangladesh was already won the series by (2-1) after losing this match with India.
Earlier, Bangladesh won the toss and chose to bowl first thus India first batted and made a very huge score of 409 runs in 8 wickets due to great batting by Ishan Kishan 210 (131), Virat Kohli 113 (91), and Washington Sundar 37 (27). Shakib Al Hasan 2/68 (10), Ebadot Hossain 2/80 (9), Taskin Ahmed 2/89 (9), Mustafizur Rahman 1/66 (10), and Mehidy Hasan 1/76 (10) were good bowling from the Bangladesh side.
During chasing, Bangladesh was all out at only 182/10 in only 34 overs, and lose this match by 227 runs with India due to great bowling by Shardul Thakur 3/30 (5), Axar Patel 2/22 (5), Umran Malik 2/43 (8), Mohammad Siraj 1/27 (5), Washington Sundar 2/1 (1), and Kuldeep Yadav 1/53 (10). Shakib Al Hasan 43 (50), Litton Das 29 (26), and Yasir Ali 25 (30) were good batting from the Bangladesh side.
Ishan Kishan (IND), 210 (131), was declared as the Player of the Match due to his great performance in batting.
Mehidy Hasan (BAN), was declared as the Player of the Series due to his great performance in batting and bowling in the whole series.