Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have retained second and third place respectively in the latest ICC men’s ODI rankings. South Africa’s wicket-keeper batsman, Quinton de Kock, has reached fifth place after his fantastic batting performance against India in the recently concluded ODI series.
Virat Kohli, in the recently released ICC Men’s ODI rankings, retained his second place with 836 points after his decent performance with the bat against South Africa in the recently concluded three-match white ball series. Whereas, India’s white-ball skipper Rohit Sharma also remained in his previous third place despite missing the ODI series against the Proteas.
Babar Azam, who was named ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year, is firmly in first place with 873 rating points, which is a significant difference in the race to become number one.
Shikhar Dhawan, who scored two half-centuries against South Africa in the ODI series with three matches, is placed in the fifteenth position with 718 points. This is still quite far from his personal record of 813 points, which he had achieved back in 2018. In recent times, Shikhar Dhawan has only been involved in ODI cricket as he is no longer seen as an option in T20Is.
South Africa’s star wicket-keeper batter Quinton De Kock on the back of fantastic performances against India in the recently concluded ODI series reached fifth place with 783 points.
South African striker Rassie van der Dussen, who also played brilliantly against India, managed to reach tenth place with 750 points, which is also the best career for him.
In the bowling rankings, South Africa’s Lungi Ngidi and Keshav Maharaj achieved 20th and 33rd places respectively after brilliant bowling performances against India in the ODI series with three matches. India pacer, Bhuvneshwar Kumarwho had a disappointing outing against South Africa in the white-ball series, dropped four places to 22nd position.
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