On Tuesday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) praised New Zealand for becoming No. 1 in the One-Day International (ODI) rankings, calling it a huge achievement for a country with just over 51 people.
ICC tweeted: “ODI Team for Men №1: @BLACKCAPS; Batsman for Men’s Test №1: Kane Williamson; №1 men’s ODI bowling: @trent_boult; No.1 Women’s station wagon T20I: @ sophdevine77. Approximate population: 5,112,300. ”
On Monday, the Black Hats climbed two slots in the ODI men’s rankings for the IRS Thiers after winning three rating points to reach a total of 121. They pushed England out of the top.
Williamson, currently ranked 12th in the ICC ODI rankings, was the country’s key performer during the 2019 ICC World Cup, where he was key in the Black Hat charge until the final and finished fourth. a good winner in the tournament (578 against 82.57).
Taylor, who is currently fourth in the ICC ODI rankings, is New Zealand’s top scorer in the ODI for the past three years, scoring a dozen over 50 points in 27 assists.
Bult’s large economy, combined with the frequency with which he took a wicket during this period (strike rate of 33.5), raised him to the top of the ODI bowling rankings. He has been in the top three since February 2019.
Despite a long stay on the sidelines, the young fast bowler Ferguson is the best ODIC player in New Zealand for the last three years and was a distinctive performer at the last World Cup, coming in second in the ranking with 21 cassettes