India’s Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has dropped his number one position in the ICC ODI Rankings following moving wicket-less in the ODI series against New Zealand. This was the first case in Bumrah career when he neglected to pick up a solitary wicket at a series.
Bumrah (719) dropped 45 rating points to slip to the next place behind New Zealand’s Trent Boult.
Despite not playing the ODI series against India with a hand injury, Boult has leapfrogged Bumrah with 727 points under his belt.
At the final and third ODI in Bay Oval, the 26-year-old ended with figures of 0/50 at 10 overs. He failed to add any wicket as well where he gave away 53 and 64 runs responsibly in 2nd ODI and 1st. In general, he bowled 30 overs to get 167 runs with a single maiden.
Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli Holds on to Number One Spot. Meanwhile, the that his best spot has been preserved by India captain Virat Kohli. Despite having a forgettable series against New Zealand, in ODIs.
The second position is hung by the limited-overs deputy. Rohit Sharma, that missed the ODIs due to an accident of india.
Kohli endured a rare lull using the bat garnering 75 runs in the ODI series vs New Zealand. Which concluded with India on Tuesday losing each of the 3 games in a row.
South Africa’s new ODI skipper — Quinton de Kock (7th place) would be the biggest gainers among the batsmen. Taylor had scored an unbeaten hundred in Seddon Park from the first ODI against India.
While De Kock had scored a century in South Africa’s earliest ODI against England.
From the record of all-rounders, a leap of has been created by Ravindra Jadeja. A jump of three places and moved to the seventh position. Jadeja scored 63 runs from both innings he batted in and also picked up two wickets.
Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi has got number one spot in all-rounders list. While Ben Stokes has lost some ground. Because after having been rested for the recent South Africa ODIs as he has slipped to the second spot.