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Gains in the ICC ODI Rankings for Rohit Sharma
and Hardik Pandya


In the ICC ODI Rankings, India skipper Rohit Sharma moved up one spot to be ranked eighth among batters on Wednesday, while all-rounder Hardik Pandya climbed ten spots to be ranked 76th among bowlers. Virat Kohli was ranked seventh after the update took into account the results of the Chennai ODI, while Shubman Gill remained India’s top-ranked batsman at number 5. Babar Azam of Pakistan headed the batting order. The only other Indian, Mohammed Siraj, was ranked third among the best 10 bowlers, with Josh Hazlewood of Australia at the top.

Rashid Khan, an Afghanistan leg-spinner who helped his team defeat Pakistan 2-1 in a series, among others, rose back to the summit of the T20 rankings.

Rashid has surpassed Sri Lanka’s Wanindu Hasaranga to claim the top spot among bowlers. He took one wicket in each of the three games, allowing a total of 62 runs off his 12 overs.

Rashid last held the top position in November 2017 after grabbing it for the first time in his career in February 2018.

Mujeeb Ur Rehman, an Afghan spinner who picked up two wickets in each of the first and third games, jumps from position 10 to position 8, while Fazalhaq Farooqi, a fast bowler, moves up 12 spots to third place, a career high.

Leg-spinner Adam Zampa of Australia has climbed three spots to a career-high sixth place in the ODI rankings following his match-winning four-for-45 performance in the third game against India in Chennai.

Series Player of the Year Mitchell Marsh improved as well, moving up four spots to take over 51st place among batters with a total of 194 runs scored during the match.

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