Final Up to date: January 25, 2023, 14:28 IST
Proper-arm pacer Mohammed Siraj has climbed as much as the highest spot within the newest ICC rankings for ODI bowlers following a very good present within the not too long ago concluded three-match collection in opposition to New Zealand at residence. Siraj performed a important function in his workforce finishing a collection sweep over the vacationers.
Siraj completed with 5 wickets from two outings in opposition to New Zealand together with a four-wicket haul at his residence floor in Hyderabad. This was after he took 9 wickets throughout the three-match collection in opposition to Sri Lanka which had propelled him to the third spot.
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Siraj thus joins an elite checklist of India bowlers who’ve earlier claimed the world No. 1 rankings in ODIs together with the nice Kapil Dev, Maninder Singh, Anil Kumble, Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah.
The seasoned Mohammad Shami was additionally on the high of his recreation and has moved up the rankings – up 11 locations to thirty second place after taking 4 wickets in two matches.
Left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav and allrounder Shardul Thakur completed with six wickets every within the New Zealand collection and have additionally moved upwards. Kuldeep is now nineteenth whereas Thakur has progressed 5 locations to occupy the thirty fifth spot.
Eire seam bowlers Joshua Little and Mark Adair have each superior after ending with 5 wickets every within the ODI collection in Zimbabwe. Little has progressed 27 locations to thirty third place and Adair is up 46 locations to 57th.
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India too have additionally grow to be the world’s top-ranked workforce in ODIs following their demolition of New Zealand who by the way began the tour at high of the standings. India, with 114 score factors, are simply forward of present world champion England (113) on the second spot whereas Australia (112) full the top-three.
New Zealand (111), who have been in India with out Kane Williamson and Tim Southee, have slipped all the way down to the fourth place adopted by Pakistan (106) at No. 5.