India Failed to score success at 2019 world cup , but Indian captain Virat Kohli and pacer Jasprit Bumrah have held their top spot in the ICC ODI Rankings separately, according to the ODI rankings discharged on Monday by the ICC after the finish of Men’s Cricket World Cup. Kohli, who tops the rundown, has 886 points and is trailed by his partner Rohit Sharma, who is only five points behind Kohli. Pakistan’s Babar Azam is set on the third position in the list with 827 points.
Faf du Plessis (820) of South Africa and Ross Taylor of New Zealand (817) are on the fourth and fifth position individually. While Jasprit Bumrah has 809 points added to his repertoire and is 69 points in front of the second-position New Zealand pacer Trent Boult.
South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada is following up with 694 points and is trailed by Australia’s Pat Cummins, who has 693 points. Additionally, England have recovered the primary position in the ICC ODI Team Rankings after they lifted their lady Cricket World Cup on Sunday. Britain had lost the situation to India a month ago when the competition was in the gathering stage.
Britain vanquished New Zealand in the competition’s last based on limit consider the match was tied at 241 keeps running before the Super Over excessively finished on a tie. Britain have 125 and are trailed by India, who have 122. New Zealand are on the third position with 112 and are only one point in front of fourth-situated Australia.
South Africa (110) and Pakistan (97) are on the fifth and 6th position separately. In the every single rounder positioning, Shakib Al Hasan stays at the top with 406 and is trailed by England’s Ben Stokes (319) and Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi (310).