India’s star batter Virat Kohli continues to climb within the newest ICC ODI gamers rankings.
Virat Kohli has jumped two locations to fourth general, with 750 factors, on the newest listing for ODI batters.
Pakistan skipper Babar Azam continues to be on the high with 887 ranking factors whereas South Africa’s Rassie van der Dussen (766) and Quinton de Kock (759) are in second and third place respectively.
Kohli’s teammates Shubman Gill, Mohammed Siraj and Kuldeep Yadav have additionally improved their rankings after good performances towards Sri Lanka.
“Gill hit a century and a fifty during the series and his 207 runs at an average of 69 helped the opener improve 10 spots to 26th overall on the rankings for ODI batters,” the ICC stated in a press launch.
“However it’s maybe Siraj that makes probably the most eye-catching transfer, with the 28-year-old leaping an enormous 15 spots to 3rd on the listing for ODI bowlers following his 9 wickets for the sequence.
“No bowler picked up extra wickets throughout that sequence and Siraj improves to a career-best ranking of 685 factors to shut in on pacesetters Trent Boult (730) and Josh Hazlewood (727).
“Kuldeep was also rewarded for his five wickets from just two matches against Sri Lanka, with the left-armer jumping seven places to 21st on the latest bowler rankings.”
Pakistan’s all-rounder Mohammad Nawaz improved 12 spots to 28th on the listing for bowlers after amassing six wickets in the course of the recently-concluded ODI sequence towards New Zealand.