Virat Kohli stays on top, but Rohit bridges me

New Delhi: India’s captain Virat Kohli retained the highest position among the bumper after he scored five half-time at the World Cup in men’s cricket in 2019.
Rohit Sharma opened the gap in the latest update for the MRF Men’s ODI Player Rankings after a huge run in the league stage of the tournament with 10 teams.
Kohli’s 442 with an average of 63.14 showed that he scored one point and reached 891 points, while Rohit bridged the gap from 51 points to only six after becoming the first batsman to reach five centuries in the World Cup. His 885 points in the semifinals is a career high.
There were also many other important moves, while Pakistan Babar Azam went to third place, just behind his second career place in June 2018, and Australian David Warner re-entered the sixth place after a very successful group stage. He saw that he had accumulated 638 runs, only nine fewer than the top scorer Rohit.
Constant efforts by New Zealand captain Kane Williamson brought him to four places and returned to the top 10 in eighth place while Australian Usman Khawaja rose to 15th place. England’s Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow rose to the top of the list, and Roy scored 13th best career.
Australian thief-batsman Alex Carey and South African Rassie van der Dussen, who commended Captain Faf du Plessis, also achieved the best career 34 and 30, after 54 and 32 respectively. .
In other moves among the batsmen, Avishka Fernando in Sri Lanka rose from 110 places to 85th place, West India’s Nicholas Pooren rose to 92th place outside the top 400, while Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan scored the best career placement score of 692.
Indian bowler Jasprit Bumrah expanded her lead at the top with 21 points to 56 points after picking up 17 wickets in nine league games in the World Cup, and Boult stayed in second place after the unforgettable phase of the league that included a hat trick against Australia, the first in ODI Cricket by Lord.
Australian thief-batsman Alex Carey and South African Rassie van der Dussen, who commended Captain Faf du Plessis, also achieved the best career 34 and 30, after 54 and 32 respectively. .
In other moves among the batsmen, Avishka Fernando in Sri Lanka rose from 110 places to 85th place, West India’s Nicholas Pooren rose to 92th place outside the top 400, while Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan scored the best career placement score of 692.
Indian bowler Jasprit Bumrah expanded her lead at the top with 21 points to 56 points after picking up 17 wickets in nine league games in the World Cup, and Boult stayed in second place after the unforgettable phase of the league that included a hat trick against Australia, the first in ODI Cricket by Lord.
Afghan spinners Mujeeb-ur-Rahman and Rashid Khan remain in the top 10 despite their teams losing all matches, while Australian Mitchell Starc and Mohammad Amir have improved despite not having come to the tournament with many impressive performances.
The English pair of Jofra Archer (for 103 places on 42) and Mark Wood (for 10 places on 19), as well as the rising star from Pakistan Shaheen Afridi (34 places to 23th place) are among the others who get on the newest rankings.
Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh kept first place among multiple players, while Englishman Ben Stokes won nine places to come in second.
On the ranking list MRC Tires ICC ODI, England remains in the first position with 123 points, but only ahead of India at decimal points, while New Zealand and Australia are at 112, while the former are in front and South Africa at 110 points.

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