Virat Kohli gains two places in ODI rankings, Rohit reaches number 10 in top-5

ICC Virat Kohli has gained two places in the latest ODI rankings. He has now moved to the fourth position in the batsmen’s rankings. At the same time, Captain Rohit is at the 10th position. Pakistan captain Babar Azam remains at the top. Virat Kohli has got the advantage of excellent batting in the series against Sri Lanka. Kohli scored 283 runs in three matches of this series, which included two centuries.

The top-ranked Babar Azam has 887 rating points. At the same time, Kohli, who is in fourth place, has 750 rating points. Rasi van der Dussen in second place has 766 points and Quinton de Kock in third place has 759 points. In such a situation, Virat will have a chance to come in second place by batting well in the series against New Zealand.

Siraj in third place among bowlers

In the latest ICC rankings, apart from Virat Kohli, Shubman Gill, Mohammad Siraj and Kuldeep Yadav also performed brilliantly in the series against Sri Lanka and these players have also benefited in the ICC rankings. Shubman Gill scored a half-century and eight centuries in this series.

He scored 207 runs in three matches at an average of 69. Gill has gained 10 places in the rankings for batsmen. He has reached the 26th position.

Mohammad Siraj bowled brilliantly in the series against Sri Lanka. He took nine wickets in three matches and troubled the Sri Lankan batsmen a lot. He was the highest wicket taker in the series. He has gained 15 places in the bowlers’ rankings and has reached the third position. Siraj has 685 rating points.

At the same time, Josh Hazlewood, who is in second place, has 727 and Trent Boult has 730 rating points.
Kuldeep Yadav was a part of the Indian team in two matches of this series and he bowled well in both the matches. He has gained seven places and reached 21st position in the bowlers’ rankings.

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson scored 164 runs in the series against Pakistan and has reached the eighth position in the batsmen’s rankings. His teammate Devon Conway scored a century and a half-century in three matches. He was not even in the top 100 batsmen earlier,

But now he has reached the 50th position. For Pakistan, Mohammad Nawaz took six wickets in the series and gained seven places to reach 28th position in the bowlers’ rankings.

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