ICC ODI Bowling Rankings: The semi-final matches of the World Cup 2023 are to be played starting from November 15. Team India will face New Zealand in the first semi-final. Before this important match, ICC has released the latest ODI rankings. A player of Team India has suffered a big shock in this ranking. The number-1 crown has been snatched away from this player of Team India.
Number 1 crown snatched from this player
Before the important match, Team India’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj has suffered a big shock. The crown of number-1 bowler has been snatched away from Siraj. Now South African player Keshav Maharaj has become the number-1 bowler in ODIs. Mohammad Siraj became the number-1 bowler on 8th November itself. He snatched the crown from Shaheen Afridi of Pakistan.
Keshav Maharaj gave a spectacular performance
ODI rankings Since the last update, Maharaj took seven wickets in three matches, including four against New Zealand in Pune. He also took two wickets against Afghanistan in the last league stage match. Siraj, who has taken six wickets in India’s last three matches, is also not far behind Maharaj and there is a difference of only three rating points between the two. At the same time, Jasprit Bumrah has come at fourth and Kuldeep Yadav at number 5.
Shubman Gill remains on top
Shubman Gill remains on top in the batting rankings after defeating Babar Azam last week. India’s leading batsmen Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are at fourth and fifth positions respectively. Let us tell you that in the latest ranking, Indian captain Rohit Sharma has gained one place. At the same time, Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul, who scored centuries in the last match of the league stage, have also gained in the ranking. Iyer moved up five places to join Fakhar Zaman at number 13, while KL Rahul moved up from 24th to 17th.
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