Indian batsman Lokesh Rahul created history on a lazy Saturday, becoming the first Indian to hit a century on his one day debut. Rahul hit and six and finished up on exactly 100 from 115 balls as India beat Zimbabwe by nine wickets in the first ODI
On Friday, Australian Phillip Hughes became the latest batsman in international cricket to hit a century on his one-day debut. With the feat, Hughes became the eighth batsman to do so, but the first from Australia.
Sri Lanka opened its account in the Super Eights following a Super Over win over New Zealand. Chasing 175, the hosts were well on course to reach the target but somehow after a few quiet overs, the match was back in the balance.
New Zealand finally tasted victory in the Caribbean after being defeated in 2 T20Is and 2 ODIs in a row by crushing margins. The visitors bounced back in style in the Third ODI at St Kitts by defeating West Indies by 88 runs to keep the 5-match series alive.