Shubman Gill : Zampa entered the top five and Kuldeep entered the top ten bowlers; Bavuma rose to a career-best 11th in the batsmen’s rankings after a string of good results.
Shubman Gill has moved up to a career-best number 2 in the ICC ODI men’s batsman rankings, ahead of only Babar Azam.
Gill scored 58 and put on a 121-run opening partnership with captain Rohit Sharma in the Asia Cup Super Four match against Pakistan, which helped him climb one place despite only 19 in the next game against Sri Lanka.
Virat Kohli who hit an unbeaten century against Pakistan and Rohit who scored 53 and 56 in the last week, after his 4th unbeaten 74 against Nepal. in September, rose two places each and are in eighth and ninth places.
It is also the first time since September 2018 that three Indian batsmen are in the top 10 ODI rankings. Four years ago, Rohit, Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan were all in the top six.
Pakistan also have three batsmen in the top ten, with Babar still at the top, more than 100 points ahead of Gill, while Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman are fifth and tenth.
Elsewhere, Temba Bavuma moved up 21 places to reach a career-best No.11 after three centuries and two half-centuries in the last eight ODIs. Last week he hit an unbeaten 114 against Australia, followed by scores of 46 and 57. His previous best was 25.
Other big risers were David Warner, who rose from fifth to fourth place, Travis Head (jumped six places to 20th) and Marnus Labuschagne (up 24 places to 45th). KL Rahul also moved up ten places to 37th, while Ishan Kishan moved up two places to 22nd.
Among the bowlers, Trent Boult moved into joint second place with Josh Hazlewood after taking 3 for 37 in his 100th ODI, also his first in almost exactly a year, while Adam Zampa entered the top five for the first time after four wins. second match against South Africa.
Kuldeep Yadav’s nine wickets in the last two Asia Cup matches helped him climb five places to seventh.
Haris Rauf moved up eight places to 21st, Jasprit Bumrah (up 8 places to 27th) and Hardik Pandya (up 21 places to 56th). Hardik also moved up four places to sixth in the all-rounder.