In a display of scintillating batting by Indian opener Shubman Gill, the cricketer from Punjab scored 208 runs to take India to a competitive total of 349 runs.
The other batsmen of the Indian team did not add many runs to the scoreboard today as both Captain Rohit Sharma and ace batsman Virat Kohli scored 34 and 8 runs respectively.
Shubman Gill on Wednesday became the fastest Indian to complete 1000 runs in ODIs as he reached the mark in 19 innings, surpassing the likes of Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan.
In the true style of Virendra Sehwag of yesteryear, Gill hit Ferguson for a straight six down the field to bring up 200 runs before being dismissed by a brilliant catch by Glen Philipps.
Ishan Kishan, on December 10, had become the youngest ODI double centurion but the record stood for only 1 month and 8 days as Shubman Gill aged 23 years and 132 days, stormed to a sensational double hundred on a pitch where stroke-making was not easy.