Vaughan wants England to become World No.1 in ODIs

August 17th, 2011 - 6:53 pm ICT by IANS  

London, Aug 17 (IANS) Former England skipper Michael Vaughan feels it is now time for the new World No.1 Test side to set their eyes on dominating the One-day International (ODI) rankings as well.

England’s innings victory at Edgbastson dislodged India from the top of the International Cricket Council’s Test world rankings and also gave them an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series.

“Number one in the world is something we should all celebrate but the main thing now is to stay there,” the 36-year-old, who played his last Test in 2008, was quoted as saying in London Evening Standard.

“I really think this team now has got a great opportunity to go on and dominate Test cricket for a number of years.

“I just see the depth in this squad and I know how professional they all are.

“We also want to see them become the world number one team in one-day cricket too. That is the next challenge.

“We haven’t won a World Cup yet and I think that will be (coach) Andy Flower’s next goal,” he said.

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