ICC ODI Rankings: Jasprit Bumrah loses top spot after poor show in New Zealand – cricket

Following a wicket-much less show in the just lately-concluded ODI sequence in opposition to New Zealand, India tempo spearhead Jasprit Bumrah misplaced the top spot in newest ICC ODI Rankings for bowlers which was introduced on Wednesday. In the batting charts, India skipper Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma proceed to hog the top two positions respectively. New Zealand blanked India 3-0 in the sequence and that is the primary time in 31 years that the ‘Men in Blue’ have been whitewashed in an ODI sequence (minimal three matches).

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After main the charts for a substantial period of time, Bumrah dropped right down to second spot in the ODI rankings with 719 score factors. What’s extra placing is that Kiwis pacer Trent Boult (727), who didn’t even characteristic in the sequence, has displaced Bumrah because the primary ranked bowler in the world.  

Bumrah had a torrid time in New Zealand because the Indian seamer didn’t get a single wicket in three matches. This is the primary time in a bilateral ODI sequence that Bumrah has returned empty handed. He was economical together with his bowling however didn’t get wickets which allowed New Zealand to chase down excessive totals in each 1st and third ODI.

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Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb ur Rahman (701), South Africa speedster (674) and Australia pacer Pat Cummins (673) full the top 5 record for bowlers.

Meanwhile, Kohli stays the top-ranked batsman in the world with 869 score factors. He accrued simply 75 runs in three innings in opposition to the Kiwis however that hasn’t modified his place in the rating charts. Vice-captain Rohit Sharma (855), who missed the ODI sequence resulting from a hamstring damage, continues to occupy the second place, forward of Pakistan’s Babar Azam (829).

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Ross Taylor (828) scored a superb century in the primary ODI in opposition to India and adopted it up with a half-century as he was named the person of the sequence. He moved a spot as much as the fourth, displacing South Africa veteran Faf du Plessis (803), who strikes right down to the fifth spot.

In the all-rounders division, Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi (301) tops the record adopted by England’s Ben Stokes (294) and Pakistan’s Imad Wasim (278). India have just one illustration in the top-10 with Ravindra Jadeja (246) transferring three locations as much as seventh spot.

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