The updated ICC ranking of 20th July , Wednesday , post India vs England ODI series has taken a drop on Kohli from 3rd to 4th spot in the ICC Men’s Ranking of ODI format. Pakistan Skipper Babar Azam Retains the top spot with 815 rating points.
Rassie Van Der Dussen , the South African batsman dethroned Virat Kohli from the third rank. Its the first time since 2015 that the ‘King’ has slipped out of top 3 in the same. Van der Dussen got awarded for his brilliant hundred against England in first ODI. Dussen has 796 ratings point while Kohli has 790 ratings.
Kohli played two matches of the recent bilateral 3 match ODI series against England after missing the first one to a groin injury. He collapsed on 16 and 17 runs in the 2nd and 3rd ODIs respectively, to now have 5 innings consecutively failing to get through a 20 run mark.
Jasprit Bumrah, the leading Indian Bowler slips to 2nd spot as well in ODIs Men’s Ranking for Bowlers and Boult re-claims his No.1 spot back. Bumrah had to pay the price of missing the final ODI against England due to back spasm. Boult beat Bumrah by just 1 rating point who has 704 rating points and latter has 703 ratings.
Hardik Pandya being in sleek form since his comeback to cricket as an all rounder after the back surgery. He enters the Top 10 of ICC Men’s All-rounders ODI ranking following the excellent performances in the recent series vs England. He rises to the No.8 Spot in ODI Rankings for All-Rounders.
Young sensation Rishabh Pant has also been rewarded for the unbeaten 125 runs knock in the final ODI vs England on July 17th with a rise of 25 spots in the list of batsmen. He is at 52nd spot in ODIs rankings for batsmen.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes who recently announced his retirement from the ODI format has been dropped four spots and is now at 11th spot in the all rounders list.