London: Players of England and New Zealand moved to the MRF Tires ICC Men’s ODI Player Ranking after taking part in the thrilling finals of the ICC World Cup 2019 cricket match at Lord’s on Sunday.
The latest update of the ranking list, which takes into account the performance from the semifinals and finals, sees players from either side in their personal results in the last two stages.
The player of the tournament, Kane Williamson, reached 799 points after a career in the semifinals against India, in which he scored a 67th blow. finished the tournament in fifth place, achieving a career 841 points earlier in the tournament.
English tennis player Ben Stokes finished the tournament with 694 career bests, winning five places and entering the top 20 and two career bests from 18 years ago. 85 of 65 balls by Jason Roy in the semifinal win over Australia helped him enter the top 10 for the first time.
Another important batsman winner is Ravindra Jade, whose bold typing 77 against New Zealand has raised him 24 places to 108th position. The Australian team captain, Steve Smith and wicketkeeper, won two places and reached the 29th and 32nd places.
On the bowling scale, Chris Wouakes’ efforts of three for 20 in the semifinals and three for 37 in the finals raised him to 676 points best career and seventh place, just behind the sixth place in April 2017.
Joffra Archer continued his steady climb, for the first time in his career reaching the top 30, after finishing with 20 World Cup crochets.
New Zealand hunting ball Matthias Henry’s maturity returned him to the top 10 best in the world because he took three wins in the semifinals and one in the final. His previous best was the fourth position in 2016.
Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh continues to run on the list of all-rounders, but second-placed Stokes has reached 319 points best career.
In the MRC Tires ICC ODI team, England increased its lead over India to three points after their original triumph at the World Cup in cricket.
Top 10 in MRF Tires ICC ODI Team Rankings (as of July 15, following the ICC World Cup in 2019 cricket):
Rank Team points
- England 125
- India 122
- New Zealand 112
- Australia 111
- South Africa 110
- Pakistan 97
- Bangladesh 90
8.Sri Lanka 79
- West Indies 77
- Afghanistan 59