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ICC ODI rankings: ICC ODI rankings: Virat and Rohit remain on top, Bumrah in second place in bowlers – icc odi rankings virat kohli rohit sharma on top 2 spots jasprit bumrah remains 2nd in bowlers list

In the batsmen's rankings, Virat Kohli is on top with 871 rating points while Rohit is at number two. At the same time, among the bowlers, New Zealand's Trent Bolt is on top and Bumrah is in second place.

Edited By Tarun Vats | Agencies Updated: 28 Jul 2020, 09:04:00 PM IST

Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma
Highlights
  • Kohli tops the ODI rankings with 871 rating points, Rohit names 855 rating points
  • Jasprit Bumrah is second in the bowlers' list after Trent Boult of New Zealand.
  • Ravindra Jadeja (number 8) the only Indian cricketer in the top-10 in the rankings of all-rounders
  • Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi tops the list of all-rounders, with Ben Ben Stokes at number two

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Indian captain Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma in the limited overs format occupy the first two places in the ICC ODI batsmen rankings. In the bowlers' list, star paceman Jasprit Bumrah is in second place. In the rankings released on Tuesday, Kohli is on top with 871 rating points while Rohit has 855 rating points.

Pakistan's Babar Azam is at the third position with 829 points. In the bowlers' rankings, Bumrah (719 rating points) is second behind New Zealand's Trent Boult (722). Mujib ur Rehman of Afghanistan (701) is in third place.

See, Virat Kohli was seen doing 'chill' sitting on the tree.

Ravindra Jadeja is the only Indian player in the top-10 in the list of all-rounders. He is in eighth position. Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi tops the list, while England's Ben Ben Stokes is in second place.

England's strong performance, second consecutive win in Manchester

  • England's strong performance, second consecutive win in Manchester

    England registered their second consecutive win at Manchester's Old Trafford. Earlier the previous Test was also played in Manchester, with the hosts winning by 113 runs. At the same time, the first Test of the series in Southampton was won by the Windies team by 4 wickets.

  • Windies reach target of 399 runs, team at 129

    In this rain-interrupted match, England scored 369 runs in their first innings, after which the Windies team was bundled out for 197 runs. After this, the host team declared the second innings by scoring 226 runs for 2 wickets and the Windies were all out for 129 runs on the fifth and final day.

  • Broad water. 10 wickets in the match

    England pacer Stuart Broad took 10 wickets in the match. He took 6 wickets in the first innings and 4 wickets in the second innings. With this, he also completed 500 wickets in Test cricket.

  • Broad's 500 Test wickets, ICC congratulates
  • Chris Vox's 'Punch'

    English paceman Chris Woakes took 5 wickets in the second innings. He conceded 50 runs in 11 overs. In the first innings, he took 1 wicket for 57 runs.

  • The batsmen of the Windies team did not run again

    The batsmen of the Windies team did not run once again and their second innings was reduced to 129 runs. In the second innings, his wicket-keeper batsman Shai Hope contributed 31 and Jermaine Blackwood contributed 23 runs. Opener Craig Brathwaite (19), Shamar Brooks (22) and captain Jason Holder (12) also touched the double figures.

  • Broad took 10 wickets in a setback match
  • Burns missed a century, unbeaten root of root

    England opener Rory Burns (90) missed out on a century in the second innings. He hit 10 fours in his innings of 163 balls. Captain Joe Root hit 8 fours and 1 six in his fiery innings of 68 off 56 balls. As Burns' wicket fell to a team score of 226, Root declared the innings.

Meanwhile, England's Jason Roy and Johnny Bairstow will be watching the performances from a ranking perspective. Both batsmen will represent the World Champion team in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League, with a three-match home series against Ireland starting Thursday. Opener Roy and wicketkeeper batsman Bairstow rank 11th and 14th respectively in the batsmen rankings. They will be trying to secure a place in the top-10.

World Cup winning captain Eoin Morgan is the third top ranked batsman in the team, he is ranked 23rd. The players who have been included in the Test series against the West Indies have not been included in the ODI team. In such a situation, the team's bowling will be on Adil Rashid (29th ranking) and vice-captain Moeen Ali (44th).

Ireland captain Andrew Balbarney is ranked 46th on the batsmen's list. Paul Sterling is his top-ranked batsman with 27th place. Off-spinner Andy McBrin (31st) and fast bowler Boyd Rankin (combined 40th) will be the team's leading bowlers according to the rankings. The much-awaited Super League will begin with the England-Ireland series in which 13 teams will play to qualify directly for the next World Cup in India in 2023.

Web title icc odi rankings virat kohli rohit sharma on top 2 spots jasprit bumrah remains 2nd in bowlers list(Hindi News from Navbharat Times , TIL Network)

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