Jaspreet Bumrah loses in ICC ODI rankings, Babar Azam over Virat-Rohit

Indian captain Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma are ranked second and third respectively, while Jaspreet Bumrah is fifth in the bowlers’ rankings. Kohli and Rohit have scored 857 and 825 respectively. Pakistan captain Babur Azam tops the batting rankings with 865 points. In bowling, Bumrah is fifth with 690 points while New Zealand’s Trent Boult is top with 737 points. Bolt is followed by Bangladesh’s Mehndi Hasan (725), Afghanistan’s Mujib Ur Rehman (708) and New Zealand fast bowler Matt Henry (691).

Bangladesh off-spinner Hassan has become the third bowler in his country to perform well in the first two matches of the current World Cup Super League series against Sri Lanka. Bowling with the new ball, Hasan picked up four wickets for 30 runs and three wickets for 28 runs, taking him to second place with a three-point advantage. All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan topped the bowling rankings for the first time in 2009, while left-arm spinner Abdur Zaqaq finished second in 2010 as the second bowler from Bangladesh.

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The left-arm fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman, who took six wickets in two matches against Sri Lanka, also rose to ninth place, rising eight places. Mushfiqur Rahim, who has been named the best player in both ODIs, has reached the career-best 14th position with four spots. He scored 84 and 125, respectively. Mahmudullah, who has played two innings of 54 and 41, has jumped two places to 38th place. Sri Lanka’s fast bowler Dushmantha Chameera, who took three wickets for 44 runs in the second match, won 11 places to 61. DeSilva finished eight.

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Sri Lankan bowler Dhananjay de Silva has reached the rankings of 83rd while Sundar Sandakan has also gained nine places to 94th. The two-match series showdown between the Netherlands and Scotland has been added to the ranking. Scotland batsman Richard Berrington, who scored 41 in the first match of the series in Rotterdam, was ranked 72nd in two-match gains, while Netherlands opener Max O’Doad scored 11 out of 82 balls in one match. Reached 150th. Scotland fast bowler Alessdair Evans has jumped 10 places to 89th. He took five wickets in the second match to help his team draw the series 1–1.

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