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Mohammad Siraj became the new number one bowler in the ICC ODI rankings.
Indian fast bowler Mohammad Siraj has become the No. 1 bowler in the ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings, overtaking New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult and Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood. It’s a remarkable achievement for Siraj, who only returned to India’s ODI team in February last year after a three-year hiatus from the format, and was even named in the men’s ODI squad for 2022 on Tuesday. was also included in The Air. More surprising is Siraj’s peak when he scored 76 on his ODI debut against Australia in Adelaide in January 2019. Since returning to ODIs, the 28-year-old Siraj has taken 37 wickets in 20 matches and is one of India’s most consistent fast bowlers. Early 2023 has earned praise from the cricketing world for taking crucial wickets with the ball in the first ten overs. Siraj took nine wickets in the three-match series against Sri Lanka and recently took four for 46 in the series opener against New Zealand at home in Hyderabad.
This means Siraj has moved to the top of the ODI bowler rankings with 729 rating points, although his lead over Hazlewood is only two rating points higher than the Australian. Other Indian bowlers who have topped the men’s ODI rankings are Kapil Dev, Maninder Singh, Anil Kumble, Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah. Mohammad Shami has jumped 11 ranks to the 32nd position in the new list of ODI bowlers. Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav and fast bowler Shardul Thakur have taken advantage of the series by taking six wickets each. While Kuldeep moved from 21st to 19th, Thakur moved up five places to 35th. Fast bowler all-rounder Hardik Pandya has been promoted in all three lists. Among the batsmen, he has moved up six places to 75th. The bowlers have jumped 26 places to 80th and have moved from 32nd to 17th in the all-rounders list. In-form young opener Shubman Gill has been in superb form after winning the Man of the Series award against New Zealand as the right-handed batsman jumped 20 ranks after scoring a stunning double century and a century at home against them. Is. Sixth position in top ten ranking for the first time.
Gayle is ahead of talismanic batsman Virat Kohli, who is ranked seventh, while captain Rohit Sharma has jumped two places to eighth after his century against New Zealand in Indore. Pakistan captain Babar Azam remains at the top of the ODI batting rankings, but the top 10 list now includes three Indian players.