ICC ODI Rankings: Ravindra Jadeja has improved 24 places in the batting rankings. In the semi-final against New Zealand, he has moved to the 108th spot with an innings of 77 runs.
ICC ODI Rankings – ICC ODI Rankings: Indian captain Virat Kohli and fast bowler Jaspreet Bumrah are on top of the latest ICC batting and bowling rankings issued on Monday.
The Indian team was out of the tournament losing the ICC World Cup semi-finals to New Zealand. After the exciting final played on the Lord’s ground on Sunday, champions England and runners-up New Zealand players have gained the advantage in the latest rankings.
The performance of the semi-finals and finals has been included in this ranking. Kohli and Rohit Sharma are in top two places in the batting rankings.
Bumrah is the only Indian in the top 10 bowlers. Ken Williamson, who was the Man of the Tournament in the World Cup, achieved the career best of 799 rating points after the semifinals.
Although his name remained 796 points after the finals, he is sixth on the list followed by compatriot Ross Taylor. All-rounder Ben Stokes of England reached the 20th position on the batting list with the best 694 points.
Team opener Jason Ryan managed to make the first place in the top 10 for the first time with 85 runs off 65 balls against Australia in the semifinals.
Ravindra Jadeja has improved 24 places in the batting rankings. In the semi-final against New Zealand, he has moved to the 108th spot with an innings of 77 runs.
Former Australia captain Steve Smith and wicketkeeper Alex Carrie are ranked 29th and 32nd respectively.
In the rankings for the bowlers, England’s Chris Woakes has come in seventh with the best 676 rating points. His best ranking is six, where he reached in April 2017.
Jopra Archer, who took 20 wickets in the tournament, reached the top 30 for the first time. New Zealand fast bowler Matt Henry has once again reached the top 10 in the semi-finals and finals.
Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh remained on top with all-round performance in the all-rounders ranking of 319 points.
In the team rankings, the top-ranked England has won three points in the World Cup after winning the World Cup. (With language input)