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ICC ODI Rankings: Imam-ul-Haq Surpasses Virat Kohli, Babar Azam Stays On Prime | Cricket Information

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Imam-ul-Haq celebrates a half-century towards West Indies.© AFP

Pakistan opener Imam-ul-Haq has surpassed Virat Kohli to get to the second spot within the ICC One Day Worldwide Rankings. The southpaw was earlier in third place within the rankings slightly below his captain Babar Azam and the previous India skipper Virat Kohli. A superb efficiency within the house collection has introduced him 4 factors away from Kohli at quantity two, a career-best rating for him. Imam impressed Pakistan to wash sweep 3-0 within the current ODI collection at house, smashing three half-centuries. His type was duly rewarded as he gained the Participant of the Collection award and made a transfer on the most recent rankings that had been launched on Wednesday. The 26-year-old jumped a large 20 score factors to maneuver in entrance of Kohli and now has a career-best mark of 815 score factors.

That’s, after all, nonetheless nicely behind Babar’s mark of 892, with the Pakistan captain holding his large lead on the high of the ODI rankings following his seventeenth ODI century within the first match towards West Indies.

Kohli, was solely second to Babar within the rankings now sits on the third spot with 811 factors, simply above India’s present ODI captain, Rohit Sharma.

There have been another minor strikes within the high 10, with Aaron Finch going to ninth spot as his Australia team-mate David Warner dropped to tenth – whereas England’s Jonny Bairstow fell two locations to eighth and South Africa’s Rassie van der Dussen hopped a spot to seventh.

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Pakistan pacer Shaheen Afridi jumped two locations to fourth following his good collection with the ball towards West Indies. New Zealand quick bowler Trent Boult stays on high of the bowler rankings, however Australia seamer Josh Hazlewood and Kiwi team-mate Matt Henry are closing in after they jumped one spot to second and third respectively.

England pacer Chris Woakes was out of the highest 5 as he fell 4 spots to equal sixth, tied with Mujeeb Ur Rahman after the Afghanistan spinner rose two locations.


Within the rating for all-rounders, the largest mover is Oman’s Zeeshan Maqsood, leaping 13 locations to tenth following a string of excellent performances within the ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 motion.

The skilled 34-year-old scored an unbeaten century towards Nepal earlier this month after which backed that up with a four-wicket haul with the ball in Oman’s match towards the USA.

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