Even after losing the series against Australia, Virat Kohli and Bumrah were on the number one spot. Team India has not suffered any harm.
ICC Ranking: Despite the 3-2 loss in the one-day series against Australia, the Indian team has not had any major setbacks in the ICC rankings. After the series ended, Indian team captain Virat Kohli remained number 1, while Bumrah has retained his No.1 position in the ICC ranking. Apart from this, Rohit Sharma has also remained in second place in the batting rankings. Team India lost two points due to the series defeat, but still remains in second place after England in the ODI rankings.
After winning the series 5-0 against Sri Lanka, the South African players have made a big difference in the rankings. Opener Quinton De Kock managed to get the seven-point lead to win the title of Man of the Series. Du Plessis has now moved to fifth place due to his good show.
In the Australia series, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma scored 310 and 202 runs and saved their position. West Indian batsman Chris Gayle has also gained a lot in the rankings and he has now moved up to No. 41 with a rise of 35 rating points. New Zealand’s opener Martin Guptill has now reached number 9. Usman Khawaja, who scored two centuries against India, has now reached number 25.
Talk to the bowlers, the two bowlers have made big gains. Trent Bolt, who has bowled very well against Bangladesh, has now moved to second place, while Imran Tahir has reached number four. Australia’s fast bowler Pat Cummins has reached 13th to 9th position.
After winning the series against Bangladesh, New Zealand has now reached number three. Australia, leaving behind Pakistan, came to the fifth place. South Africa is at number four in the rankings.