Cricket News sort by ODIs

After MS Dhoni's Man of the Series winning performance against Australia in the ODIs, former Australia captain Ian Chappell opines that Dhoni is still the best finisher in the one-day format.

Sri Lankan talisman Kumar Sangakkara rewrote the record books for the second match in succession, becoming the first ever player to score four consecutive hundreds in one-day cricket.

Former Australian pacer Shaun Tait has not held himself back while making his displeasure absolutely clear over the two-ball rule in one-day cricket. According to Tait, once Australia’s new ball sensation, using two balls in one-day cricket is ridiculous since it takes away whatever little advantage the bowlers have in terms of swing. And, Tait is spot on in his observation.