Team India’s pace sensation Mohammed Siraj For the first time in his career, he has become the world’s No. 1 ranked bowler in the latest men’s ODI rankings. Siraj replaced the New Zealand speedster Trent Boult on top after India’s 3-0 ODI series win against the Black Caps.
Notably, Siraj finished the ODI as the third-highest wicket-taker against New Zealand after taking five wickets in two matches. Shardul Thakur And Kuldeep Yadav, who both had six years to their names. Meanwhile, Boult has not traveled to India and last played ODI cricket in September last year. The left-arm pacer is currently tied for third with the Australian pacer josh hazelwood At number 2.
“India’s Tej Mohammed Siraj has capped a stellar 12 months for bowlers from New Zealand seamer Trent Boult by claiming the No.1 spot in the MRF Tires ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings.” Wrote ICC.
Similarly, in the list of batsmen, India’s new batting hero Shubman Gill Has climbed 20 places to reach sixth place in the batsmen’s table, up one place Virat Kohli, Gill put in a tremendous performance with the bat against New Zealand, scoring 360 runs in three ODIs, including a double century and a century in the final game.
India captain Rohit Sharma Among batsmen, he has moved up two places to 8th after scoring 101 off 85 balls in the third ODI against New Zealand.
Ireland, among others Harry Tector And joshua little The significant advantage came after their recent series against Zimbabwe, which ended 1–1. Tector, who scored a century and a half-century in his total of 176 runs in three matches, has jumped 12 places to reach the 13th position among ODI batsmen. Similarly, in the ICC ODI team of the year 2022, the little bowlers have jumped 27 places to reach number 33.