Shubman Gill at top by replacing Babar Azam in the ICC ODI batting Rankings

Shubhman Gill

Shubman Gill is at the top by replacing Babar Azam in the ICC ODI batting Rankings. He is at the pinnacle with 830 rating points.


Shubman Gill recently displaced Pakistan’s Babar Azam in the ICC Men’s ODI batter Rankings. Pakistan’s skipper, Babar Azam, was at the top for a long time, but Gill managed to replace him.
After his achievements in the 2023 World Cup, Gill has become the best. In addition, Shubman Gill became just the fourth player in Indian history to hold the top spot in the ODI batter Rankings. Among the ODI batters, including Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni, and Virat Kohli, Gill is fourth to be on top. Gill has been in excellent form in the ODI World Cup 2023, scoring 219 runs in six innings so far. Babar Azam’s control as the top batter ended after more than two years. He lost six rating points in the ratings.

With 830 rating points, Gill is leading the ODI rankings, followed by Babar Azam(824 points). In addition, there has been a significant reorganization inside the top ten rankings. Thanks to these incredible achievements in the World Cup 2023. Indian star batsman Virat Kohli moved up three spots to take fourth position with 770 points. Moreover, South Africa’s Quinton de Kock is now in third position with 771 rating points. Pakistani opener Fakhar Zaman moved up three spots to 11th in the rankings. In the meantime, Indian batter Shreyas Iyer also rose 17 ranks to his current position of 18th.

Furthermore, several players made their names known in the ICC ODI bowling rankings. The top bowler in the rankings has returned to Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj. Keshav Maharaj, a spinner from South Africa, is immediately behind him. In addition, Bumrah and Shami made significant moves to secure eighth and tenth positions, respectively. Meanwhile, Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav leaped three spots to take fourth place.

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