New Delhi: India skipper Rohit Sharma jumped five places to the sixth rank in the ICC ODI batters’ ranking on the back of his imperious form in the ongoing World Cup at home.
South Africa wicketkeeper batter Quinton de Kock rose three spots to the third rank after back-to-back tons, while Afghanistan opener Rahmanullah Gurbaz and Netherlands captain Scott Edwards have also surged in the batting rankings.
Pakistan captain Babar Azam has edged up to 836 rating points and stretched his lead in the ODI batting rankings to 18 points, while India opener Shubman Gill remained in the second spot.
Veteran New Zealand pacer Trent Boult is within reach of the No.1 spot in the ODI bowling rankings following a destructive spell against Bangladesh. He finished with 2/45 and also dismissed Towhid Hridoy for his 200th wicket in ODIs.
Afghanistan magician Rashid Khan climbed two spots higher to fourth place in the bowling rankings, while South Africa spinner Keshav Maharaj made a bigger move of seven spots to equal fifth alongside Mujeeb Ur Rahman.
Among the quicks, India’s Jasprit Bumrah and South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada have risen to equal 14th, as Lungi Ngidi jumps six spots to 16th.
Bangladesh veteran Shakib Al Hasan held onto the No.1 spot in the ODI all-rounder rankings.