After India’s opener Shikhar Dhawan remained undefeated in the first game against Sri Lanka for half a century, his ranking rose by two places to 16th, while Virat Kohli was still ranked in the latest ICC ODI ranking released on Wednesday. Two.
Dhawan’s undefeated 86 points in the first game of the three ongoing ODI series in Colombo helped him amass 712 points and gained two positions, while Kohli scored 848 points.
Rohit Sharma ranked third with 817 points, led by Pakistan’s Babar Azam (873).
The ranking takes into account the three series between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, the third game between Ireland and South Africa, and the first two ODIs between Sri Lanka and India.
Among the bowlers, India’s Yuzwendra Chahar (up 4 places to 20th), Sri Lanka’s Vanindu Hasalanga (up 22 places to 36th), South Africa’s Tabrez Shamsey (up 8 places to 39th), Ireland’s Simmi Singh (up 6 places to 51st) and Zimbabwe’s Blessing Muzarabani (up 23 places to 70th) are among the best.
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In the ICC T20 rankings, Pakistan’s first match Mohamed Rizwan and England mid-range hitter Liam Livingstone finished as the leading scorer in the three series. England defeated England 2-1. Team.
Goalkeeper and batting hand Zwan made 176 runs in the series, including unbeaten in the last game in Manchester, and achieved a career-best seventh place. These performances helped him win four places. .
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After the best player of the series against Zimbabwe in April this year, the 29-year-old entered the top 10 for the first time in his career and has benefited from his continued efforts.
Since his debut against South Africa four years ago, Livingstone has played only 8 T20Is and has leapt 144 positions to 27th. The 27-year-old player has played a total of 147 times against Pakistan, including the brave International Century where he hit 43 goals and 103 in the first game.