08 November 2023, 03:43 pm
Finally India’s Shubman Gill tops the ODI rankings. Babar Azam and Shubman Gill were fighting for the top of the ODI rankings even before the start of the World Cup. However, almost 1 month has passed since the start of the World Cup, but Gill has not reached the seat of the best. Just as Babar Azam’s bat did not see a fountain of runs, Gill’s bat also did not have a big innings.
But in the latest update, Babar was rightly overtaken by Gill. He has risen from second to best in the ranking. This Indian is on top with 830 rating points. The Pakistan captain, however, is not far behind. This Pakistani is breathing down the neck with 824 points.
Virat Kohli and Quinton de Kock made the biggest jump in the top ten. These two batsmen, who were around 10 even two weeks ago, have elevated themselves to the top 5. Virat, the owner of the record century in ODIs, is now at the 4th place. And on the 3rd place is South Africa’s Quinton de Kock. David Warner is at number 5. And due to consistent performance, Rohit Sharma has come up to 6.
Ibrahim Zadran’s ranking has also improved after scoring Afghanistan’s first ever World Cup century. He has moved up 7 steps to the 12th position.
Mohammad Siraj holds the top position in the ranking of bowlers. There are three spinners in the top five. Keshav Maharaj of South Africa is in two. Australia’s Adam Zampa is third and India’s Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav is fourth. Shaheen Afridi and Josh Hazlewood are joint at the 5th position.