Kohli and Rohit take top honours in ICC ODI ranking listIndian team captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma retained the first and second position in the ICC ODI batsmen rankings, while fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah remained in the third place in the list of bowlers. Kohli scored 89 and 63 runs in his last two ODIs against Australia, he has 870 points.
Rohit missed the limited overs series missed the recently concluded Australian tour due to injury. He has not played any ODI match since the Covid-19 pandemic. However, Rohit remains in second place, topping Pakistan captain Babar Azam (837) by five points. New Zealand’s Ross Taylor (818) and Australia’s skipper Aaron Finch (791) take the remaining spots in the top 5 positions in the batsmen’s list.
Ireland’s all-rounder Paul Sterling moved eight places in the ranking thanks to his performance in the second and third match against Afghanistan by scoring 285 runs to reach the 20th position. Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan, Javed Ahmadi and Hashmatullah Shahidi also rose in the rankings.
Jasprit Bumrah is the best Indian in the list of bowlers, he remains in third place with 700 points. New Zealand pace bowler Trent Boult (722) and Afghanistan’s Mujib ur Rehman (701) secure top spots.
Bangladesh spinner Mehdi Hasan Miraj gained nine places and has moved up to the fourth position. He was the most successful bowler against the West Indies, taking seven wickets. Bangladesh fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman also rose significantly from 19th to the eighth position.