Pakistan’s former captain Babar Azam has climbed to the top of the ICC ODI rankings.
After a long time, Babar’s popularity dropped after a long time. However, in the latest rankings of ICC, he has reached the first number in the ODI cricket batsmen, behind India’s opener batsman Shubman Gill.
Babar, who had been at the top for more than 2 years, was taken away by Gill.
India’s Virat Kohli is on the third position in the ODI batting rankings. Similarly, India’s captain Rohit Sharma is in the fourth position. Australia’s David Warner is in the fifth place of the ranking.
South Africa’s Keshav Maharaj remains at the top of the ODI bowling rankings. Similarly, Josh Hazlewood of Australia is in the second place, Mohammed Siraj of India is in the third place, Adam Zampa of Australia is in the fourth place and Jasprit Bumrah of India is in the fifth place.
In the team ranking, India is number one in T20, ODI and Test. India, ranked first in all three formats of cricket, could not win the World Cup title. ODI World Cup winners Australia are ranked second.