India skipper They grow kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma held respectively their second and third positions in the watt table while pacing Jasprit bumrah remained motionless in fifth place in the bowling list of the latest ICC ODI player rankings released on Wednesday.
Koli and Sharma sat beautifully with 857 and 825 points respectively in the voting list led by Pakistan Babar Azam with 865 points.
In bowling, Bumra was in 5th place with 690 points, while in New Zealand Trent Bult was at the top with 737 points, followed by Bangladesh Mehidi Hassan (725), Afghan Mujib Ur Rahman (708) and kiwi pieser Matt Henry (691).
Bangladesh without spinner Hassan became only the third bowling alley in his country to be ranked among the top two after a fine shown in the first two games of their ongoing World Cup Super League series against Sri Lanka.
Hassan advanced three places to reach second place after returning numbers of four for 30 and three for 28 bowling with the new ball.
Good at everything Shakib Al Hasan won number one in 2009 for the first time, while left-handed spinner Abdur Razzak was the other Bangladeshi bowler to be in the top two, reaching second place in 2010.
Rapid left-handed bowling Mustafizur Rehman is another from Bangladesh that climbed to the top of the list, with shots from three for 34 and three for 16 raising him to eight places in ninth place.
Mushfikyur Rahim, a player of the match in both ODIs, has risen four places to the best 14th position in his career after scoring 84 and 125. His best position is the fifth, which he had achieved in December 2018.
Mahmudula has advanced two places to 38th place after a score of 54 and 41.
For Sri Lanka, a fast bowler Dushmantha ChameeraThe three-for-44 draw in the second game lifted him to 11th place in the 61st place along with compatriot PWH de Siva, who also advanced eight places.
Dhananjaya de silva (nine places to 83rd place) and Lakshan Sandakan (nine places to 94th) are among the other bowlers who won the last weekly update, which also includes performances in a series of two games between the Netherlands and Scotland.
Scottish batsman Richard Berington’s 41st shot in the first game of the series, played in Rotterdam, lifted him in two places to a joint 72nd, while the 102nd ball 82 of the Dutchman Max O’Dowd saw him with 11 in the same match. seats up to 150th.
Scotland’s new ball bowler Alasdair Evans has risen 10 places to 89th after his five-wicket shot in the second game helped his team draw 1-1.