CricketICC Rankings Goes Through Big Shuffle, Rassie Claims The Third Spot
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In recent times, we have seen busy schedule of cricket matches. This has allowed players to improve their game as well as find a place in ICC player Rankings. Such has been the case with a number of players. Rassie Van Der Dussen, Rishabh Pant, Hardik Pandya, Michael Bracewell; all have set the foot ahead to play big innings and contribute much more to the team victory.

South African batsman Rassie van der Dussen scored 134 runs in the first ODI against England. After this innings, Rassie has achieved a career-best third position in the one-day ICC rankings. Van der Dussen now has 796 rating points, surpassed only by Babar Azam (892) and Imam-ul-Haq (815).

Among bowlers, Jasprit Bumrah has lost his top spot in the ICC ODI rankings to Trent Boult after being ruled out of the final against England with a back spasm. Aiden Markram, who contributed 77 to South Africa’s 62-run victory, jumped 15 places to be at 61st position, while David Miller also moved up a place to 16th.

Another batsman who took a significant lead in the rankings was Rishabh Pant, who scored an unbeaten 125 against England in the final ODI. The wicketkeeper-batsman moved up 25 places to 52nd. His teammate Hardik Pandya, who scored a 55-ball 71 in the same match and picked up six wickets in the series, went eight places to occupy 42nd place in the list of batsmen and eighth among all-rounders. increased by 13 places. He also moved up 25 places to 70th among bowlers.

Bangladesh batsmen Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das have climbed two places each to reach 17th and 30th position respectively. On the bowling front, apart from Boult reclaiming his top spot, his compatriot Matt Henry moved up to seventh place, while Yuzvendra Chahal moved up four places to 16th. The legspinner took seven wickets in three ODIs against England.

In the T20I rankings, New Zealand’s Glenn Phillips moved up five places to reach 30th, scoring an unbeaten 69 against Ireland in the first T20I in Belfast, while his teammate and pacer Lockie Ferguson climbed 25 slots to 40. Reached th place.