Indian fast bowler Mohammad Siraj became the No. 1 ODI player in the ICC rankings. In addition, Indian batsman Shubhman Gill approached Pakistani captain Babar Azam.
Siraj occupied eight positions in the ranking published on Wednesday. Siraj took the lead from ninth place with 694 points. The second was Australian bowler Josh Hazlewood, who took first place last week. Hazlewood has 678 points.
Siraj had the advantage of taking 6 wickets in the final of the Asian Cup
. In the Asian Cup final, which was played in Colombo on 17 September, Indian bowler Mohammad Siraj took 6 wickets for only 21 runs.
This is also the best bowling figure of a player in the Asian Cup final. Siraj also took 4 wickets in a single innings. He was also the first Indian to take 4 wickets in a single innings.
Mohammad Siraj took his 5 wickets in just 16 balls in the innings. He set the world record for taking 5 wickets with the fewest balls in ODIs. Before him, Sri Lanka’s Chaminda Vaas had taken 5 wickets in just 16 balls against Bangladesh. Vaas did this in 2003.
Gill can remove drool from number 1
In the ODI series against Australia, Indian opener Shubman can remove Gill Babar Azam from the No. 1 batting order. In the most recent rating, Gill has reduced the gap in the ranking points. Last week there was a difference of 104 points between the two batsmen. Now it’s only 43 points.
Kohli has won a place
in the batting standings. He went from the 9th to the 8th place. Kohli has 708 runs. He benefited from his unbeaten 122-run century against Pakistan. Kohli entered an unbeaten partnership of 233 runs with KL Rahul.