ICC ODI rankings: ICC ODI rankings: Kohli retained second and Rohit third, loss to Bumrah: kohli maintains second position in odi rankings, fifth among bumrah bowlers

ICC ODI rankings: ICC ODI rankings: Kohli retained second and Rohit third, loss to Bumrah: kohli maintains second position in odi rankings, fifth among bumrah bowlers

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Indian skipper Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma continue to occupy the second and third position in the batsmen’s list in the International Cricket Council’s ODI Player Rankings released on Wednesday, while Jasprit Bumrah remains fifth in the bowlers’ list. Kohli and Rohit have 857 and 825 points respectively. Pakistan captain Babar Azam leads the batting list with 865 points.

Jaspreet Bumrah slipped

In bowling, Bumrah is at fifth position with 690 points, earlier he was at number four. New Zealand’s Trent Boult leads the table with 737 points. Bolt is followed by Bangladesh’s Mehdi Hassan (725), Afghanistan’s Mujib ur Rehman (708) and New Zealand fast bowler Matt Henry (691). Left-arm fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman, who took six wickets in two matches against Sri Lanka, has also moved up eight places to ninth position.

Mushfiqur Rahim, who was adjudged the best player in both ODIs, has moved up four places to a career-best 14th position. He scored innings of 84 and 125 runs. Mahmudullah has gained two places to 38th position after playing innings of 54 and 41 runs.

Mehdi Hasan’s awesome
Bangladesh off-spinner Hasan became only the third bowler in his country to make it to the top two thanks to a good performance in the first two matches of the current World Cup Super League series against Sri Lanka. Bowling with the new ball, Hasan picked up four wickets for 30 runs and two wickets for 28 runs in two matches, taking him three places to the second position. All-rounder Shakib-al-Hasan topped the bowling rankings for the first time in 2009, while left-arm spinner Abdur Razzaq became the second bowler from Bangladesh to finish in the top two with a second place in 2010.

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Where is the Sri Lankan player?
Sri Lankan fast bowler Dushmanta Chamir has moved up 11 places to joint 61st position with compatriot PWH DeSilva after taking three wickets for 44 runs in the second match. DeSilva gained eight places. Sri Lankan bowler Dhananjay D’Silva is up nine places to 83rd, while Sunder Sandakan is also up nine places to 94th.

A look here too
The performance of the two-match series between the Netherlands and Scotland was also included in the rankings. Scotland batsman Richard Berrington, who scored 41 runs in the first match of the series played in Rotterdam, is placed two places advantageous at 72nd position while Netherlands opener Max Odod gained 11 places after scoring 82 runs in 102 balls in the same match. Has reached 150th position. Scotland’s fast bowler Alesdair Evans has moved up 10 places to 89th position. He took five wickets in the second match to help his team draw the series 1–1.

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