Bad performance in World Cup, Babar Azam’s ODI ranking is in jeopardy

Bad performance in World Cup, Babar Azam’s ODI ranking is in jeopardy, Pakistan cricket team’s captain and star batsman Babar Azam’s poor performance in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup in India has threatened their first position in the ODI format.

The Pakistani skipper is currently at number one in the ICC ODI rankings, but there is only a six-point difference between the rating points of second-placed Indian batsmen Shubman Gill and Babar Azam.

Shubman Gill is second in the ODI rankings with 823 points and Babar Azam has 829 rating points.

In this regard, ICC said in its statement that Babar Azam is at 829 rating points despite scoring 157 runs in five matches of the Cricket World Cup.

“Shubman Gill has scored 95 runs for India in three matches so far, including his knock of 53 runs against Bangladesh in Pune,” the ICC added. ‘Not only the Indian opener (Shubman Gill) is ready to take Babar Azam’s first position, but South Africa’s in-form batsman Quinton de Kock has also moved up to the third position after scoring three centuries in the World Cup. ‘

If we look at the list of batsmen in the latest ICC ODI rankings, Babar Azam is in the first position while Shubman Gill Brajman is at the second position.

Similarly, Quinton de Kock is third, South African batsman Henrik Klaasen is fourth, Australian opener David Warner is fifth, Indian batsman Virat Kohli is sixth, Ireland’s Harry Tector is seventh, Indian captain Rohit Sharma is eighth. , South African batsman Rasi Fander Dyson is at number nine, and Pakistani opener Imamul Haq is at number ten.

South Africa’s in-form batsman Quinton de Kock has also moved up to third place after scoring three centuries in the World Cup. (Photo: AFP) Similarly, in the ranking of bowlers in the ODI format, Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood is the first while Indian bowler Mohammad Siraj is in second place.

South African spinner Keshav Maharaj is third, Afghan league spinner Rashid Khan is fourth, Kiwi bowler Trent Boult is fifth, Afghan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi is sixth, Australian leg spinner Adam Zampa is seventh, Kiwi bowler Matt is eighth. Henry, Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav at number nine, and Pakistani pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi at number ten.

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