ICC Rankings: Rohit Sharma made a big splash, Shubman Gill

ICC Rankings: There is a lot of excitement in the ICC World Cup ODI 2023 matches at this time. Any day there is a big upset, no team can be underestimated. At the same time, many changes have been made in the ICC ODI rankings. Ratings and rankings are changing every week. Meanwhile, Team India captain Rohit Sharma has gained a tremendous lead in the rankings released this week after the way he has batted against Afghanistan and Pakistan in the last two matches. The war of words still continues between Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Team India opener Shubman Gill.

Babar Azam is the number one batsman in the ODI rankings, followed by Shubman Gill.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam achieves his first position in ICC ODI rankings space retained Is kept. His rating is now 836, which was 830 last week. He scored 50 runs against the Indian team, so he has got the advantage of one rating point. If we talk about Shubman Gill, he is still at second place. His ratings have declined. Gill’s rating was 830 last week, but this time it has increased to 818. That means the difference between number one and number two batsmen has also increased. South African batsman Quinton de Kock tops this list. For a long time, Rossi Ban der Dussen of this team was at number three, but now he has slipped to number four. De Kock’s rating has increased to 742, while Dussen’s rating is now 732. De Kock has gained one place while Dussen has lost one place. Ireland’s Harry Tector still remains at fifth position with a rating of 729.

Rohit Sharma has reached sixth position.

The record of scoring the most runs for India is in the name of Rohit Sharma. That no. 11 last week. But suddenly they have come straight to sixth place. Earlier Rohit Sharma’s rating was very low, but now it is 719. If they keep batting like this, they will be in the top 5 soon. David Warner is in seventh place with a rating of 712. He was in fifth place. England’s David Malan is at eighth place with 711 rating and Virat Kohli is at ninth place. Virat Kohli was at number seven in the previous rating, but now with a rating of 711 he has come at number nine. The last position in the top 10 is Imam-ul-Haq, who has a rating of 705. Before the start of the World Cup, three Pakistani batsmen were in the top 5. Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam and Imam-ul-Haq. But now there is only Babar Azam in the top 5 and only two batsmen are left in the top 10. Fakhar Zaman is out of it. He has directly reached 13th position.