India’s new white ball captain rohit sharma remained in third place but moved closer to his teammate Virat Kohliwho also held on to his second place finish, in the latest ICC Men’s ODI Batting Rankings on Wednesday.
Rohit earned some valuable points from his fifty in the first ODI of the three-match series against West Indies and now has 807 rating points to Kohli’s 828.
Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam continued to hold the top spot, while his compatriot Fakhar Zaman and England Batsman Joe Root entered the top 10.
West Indies’ Shai Hope, who scored 8 runs in the first ODI, lost valuable points and dropped out of the top 10.
There was no movement in the top 10 of the bowling rankings as India rhythm spearhead Jasprit Bumrah remained unchanged in seventh place.
On the list of off-roaders, Ravindra Jadeja he took eighth place, while West Indies’ Jason Holder, after his half-century at the first ODI in Ahmedabad, moved up four places to crack the top 20.
In a huge jump, Oman’s Jatinder Singh, who scored a hundred in the first match of the UAE series, part of ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2, jumped 26 places to break into the top 100 of the batting ratings.
Jatinder is the second highest run scorer in the League 2 tournament with 594 runs in 23 matches.