Geoffrey Boycott Tells Alastair Cook to Stop Worrying About Critics

Alastair Cook has come under sharp criticism from all corners in the wake of his team's poor showing in the ODI series so far.

updated: September 01, 2014 17:51 IST
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Alastair Cook walks off the ground after India's third ODI win.


England great Geoffrey Boycott has told current skipper Alastair Cook to accept "constructive" criticism from former players. ('India teaching England how to play ODIs')

Cook labelled Graeme Swann a "so-called friend" after the retired former England off-spinner said the side "did not have a cat in hell's chance " of winning next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. (Don't care what anyone says, declares under-fire Alastair Cook)

Swann also said opening batsman Cook should quit the one-day game as his style was not suited to white-ball cricket but remain as Test captain. (James Anderson booed by Indian fans)

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