The batsmen too have adapted some insane shots like the switch-hit, upper-cut and dilscoop among others. Batsmen lay a lot of focus on running hard between the wickets to convert the ones into twos and twos into threes, especially in the middle overs of a limited-overs match. The way Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni run between the wickets toward the end of an innings ensures that not only are the runs flowing regularly even without boundaries, the bowlers and fielders are constantly under pressure. In the recently-concluded ICC World T20 2016, Kohli and Dhoni employed this tap-and-run method to great effect. The shortest format of the game has changed the way ODIs are being played now. Before 2006, a 400-plus total in ODIs was unheard of. Since then it has become so regular that the ICC Cricket World Cup 2016 saw as many as 3 such scores.