ICC ODI Rankings: Virat Kohli Leads The Batting Chart, Kane Williamson Placed 6th
It has been a brilliant tournament, which saw scintillating action for the last couple of months. A lot of youngsters utilised the opportunity to perfection while a few of them made things look a mess for their respective sides. Meanwhile, the ICC announces the latest rankings of the bowlers, batsmen and the teams.
England tops Team Rankings:
The champions England Cricket Team continues to dominate things, as they consolidated their top position in the table. They are followed by the Virat Kohli-led Indian National Cricket team with 122 points. At third, it is the runner-up New Zealand side.
They are followed by Australia and South Africa in the team rankings while Pakistan placed 6th in the chart. Bangladesh outsmarted Sri Lanka and Windies again to 7th while Islanders and Carribean cricketers placed 8th and 9th respectively. The top 10 was finished by Afghanistan.
Kane Williamson takes 6th:
Coming to the batsman chart, three Asian cricketers top the chart. In the first place, the king Virat Kohli continues while in the second place, it is Rohit Sharma, who had a fantastic tournament of ICC World Cup 2019. Pakistan’s Babar Azam is at third in the rankings.
South Africa’s skipper Faf du Plessis and New Zealand’s Ross Taylor has consolidated their places at 4th and 5th respectively. Meanwhile, Kane Williamson knocks down David Warner and Joe Root to 7th and 8th positions.
The 9th and 10th positions were taken by Quinton de Kock and Jason Roy. The English batsman Jason Roy had a fantastic tournament, which brings him into the Top 10 for the first time.
Jasprit Bumrah continues at top:
In bowler’s chart, Jasprit Bumrah once again sat at the top while Trent Boult, who was named 12th man in the ICC Team of the tournament is placed second. Kagiso Rabada and Pat Cummins, who had an average tournament are placed 3rd and 4th.
The Proteas spinner, Imran Tahir, who called curtains on his career is finished at the 5th spot while Mujeeb ur Rahman is placed 6th in the table. England’s Chris Woakes and Australia’s Mitchell Starc are lined next in the chart while Rashid Khan and Matt Henry finish the Top 10.
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