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Kohli got again top position in ICC ODI rankings for batsmen

Kohli got again top position in ICC ODI rankings for batsmen

Kohli, who was ranked No. 3 ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 – 22 points behind No. 1 ranked AB de Villiers and 19 points behind David Warner – leapfrogged the duo following knocks of unbeaten 81 against Pakistan and 76 not out against South Africa. He now has a one point advantage over Warner, who also moved up a spot in the rankings which were released on Tuesday (June 13) following the conclusion of the league stage of the Champions Trophy.

ICC ODI Team rankings as on June 13:

1. South Africa (119 points) | 2. Australia (117) | 3. India (117) | 4. England (114) | 5. New Zealand (111) | 6. Bangladesh (95) | 7. Sri Lanka (93) | 8. Pakistan (91) | 9. West Indies (77) | 10. Afghanistan (54) | 11. Zimbabwe (46) | 12. Ireland (41).

Top 10 batsmen as on June 13:

1. Virat Kohli (862 points) | 2. David Warner (861) | 3. AB de Villiers (847) | 4. Joe Root (798) | 5. Kane Williamson (779) | 6. Quinton de Kock (769) | 7. Faf du Plessis (768) | 8. Babar Azam (763) | 9. Martin Guptill (749) | 10. Shikhar Dhawan (746).




Top 10 bowlers as on June 13:

1. Josh Hazlewood (732 points) | 2. Imran Tahir (718) | 3. Mitchell Starc (701) | 4. Kagiso Rabada (685) | 5. Sunil Narine (683) | 6. Trent Boult (665) | 7. Rashid Khan (647) | 8. Chris Woakes (630) | 9. Liam Plunkett (624) | 10. Mohammad Nabi (618).

Top 10 all-rounders as on June 13:

1. Shakib Al Hasan (361 points) | 2. Mohammad Hafeez (339) | 3. Mohammad Nabi (329) | 4. Angelo Mathews (306) | 5. James Faulkner (299) | 6. Ben Stokes (288) | 7. Mitchell Starc (273) | 8. Ravindra Jadeja (254) | 9. Chris Woakes (253) | 10. Jason Holder (252).



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