Nagpur: India pulled off the second and third highest-ever successful run chases in ODI in the ongoing series against Australia but captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni gave a twist to the talk of his side's awesome batting display by putting a question mark on the direction the limited-over game is moving. (Nagpur ODI pics)
India and Australia have together scored a phenomenal 2565 runs from the four matches played so far, excluding the 295 the visiting team scored in the abandoned Ranchi ODI. The fifth ODI of the seven-match series in Cuttack was also washed out.
"I think it's something we need to think about (that so many high run chases have been achieved of late). Is 350 the new 280, 290 or 300?" he asked after India chased down 351 in the sixth ODI here on Wednesday.