ICC ODI Leaderboard: Virat Kohli moves up to 6th place; Rohit Sharma, Mohammed Siraj Make Money

India’s heavyweights Virat kohli and Rohit Sharma and the pacer Mohammed Siraj There have been notable jumps in the latest ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings released on Wednesday. Kohli scored an impressive goal of the century in India’s win over Sri Lanka in its first ODI in Guwahati on Tuesday, and has moved up two places to sixth, according to the ICC. Rohit Sharma also scored 83 positive points and got 8th place. captain Sri Lanka Dasun Shanaka scored a lot of fights even though his team lost and managed to get 20 points to move up to 61.

In the bowling rankings, Mohammed Siraj was the one to gain the most points after surpassing two points in the first ODI, rising four places to 18th.

In the T20I rankings, Suryakumar Yadav continued his reign at the top of the batting charts, fueled by his brilliant century in the third T20I match against Sri Lanka.

Such is his achievement in this format, Kohli was full of praise for his teammate who was interviewing him after the Guwahati ODI.

“What you’ve been doing this past year is something very special,” Kohli said in an interview on Something I’ve never seen before.”

“You’re creating a different pattern. You’re creating a different energy. I can see in the crowd when you join. There’s a genuine love and genuine affection because of the way you’re playing. It was amazing to watch and I wish you all the best,” added Kohli.

Shakib Al Hasan remains the top-rated all-rounder in the shortest format, while Wanindu Hasaranga was replaced by Rashid Khan as the highest ranked pitcher after his difficulties in the series against India.

Meanwhile, Australia’s star performers in their Test series win over South Africa were heavily rewarded in the latest ICC Male Test Player Rankings.

Usman Khawaja was the biggest motivator, after his stunning century in the third and final Test against South Africa in Sydney – he moved up to 8th in the men’s standings. Male test.

Khawaja was undefeated on 195, missed his double as captain Pat Cummins declared forced to have a result in a contest without rain. Khawaja’s achievements helped him rise four places and enter the top 10.

The performers from the Test Drawn between Pakistan and New Zealand also made a big hit, with tom latham, Devon Conway and Saud Shakeel make big moves.

Latham scored 71 and 62 in the second Test in Karachi and secured a spot to move into 19th. Conway’s century in the first innings also saw him rise by three moved up to 21st. Shakeel, who scored on his first Test, rose 20 places to move up to 30th.

Marnus Labuschagne continued his reign at the top of the leaderboard in the hitters ranking.

In the bowling rankings, Josh Hazlewood, who came back on the Sydney Test, was the biggest motivator. He hit five shots in the competition, taking him six places to move up to 10th. Cummins continued to be the highest-ranked Test pitcher.

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