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Rankings by ICC ODI: Virat Kohli climbs to sixth place; Mohammed Siraj and Rohit Sharma Make Money

India’s batting heavyweights Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and pacer Mohammed Siraj made significant advancements in the most recent ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings released on Wednesday.

According to the ICC, Kohli has moved up two spots to 6th place after scoring a stunning century in India’s victory over Sri Lanka in the first ODI in Guwahati on Tuesday. With an aggressive 83, Rohit Sharma has moved up to the eighth place.

Dasun Shanaka, the captain of Sri Lanka, has moved up 20 spots to 61 after scoring a fighting century despite his team’s loss.

After taking two wickets in the first ODI. Mohammed Siraj has moved up four spots to 18 in the bowling rankings.

Suryakumar Yadav maintains his position at the top of the T20I batting rankings thanks to his brilliant century in the third T20I against Sri Lanka.

Kohli praised his teammate during an interview after the Guwahati One-Day International because of his success in the format.

“You are developing a new template. You are transforming the energy. When you leave, I can see you in the crowd. Because of the way you are playing, there is genuine love and affection. I wish you all the best, and it’s amazing to see,” added Kohli.

Wanindu Hasaranga is replaced as the top-ranked bowler by Rashid Khan following his struggles in the series against India. But Shakib Al Hasan remains the top-ranked all-rounder in the shortest format.

In the meantime, the most outstanding players from Australia’s Test series victory over South Africa have been lavishly rewarded in the most recent ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings.

After scoring a stunning century in the third and final Test against South Africa in Sydney. Usman Khawaja moved up to number 8 in the rankings of men’s test batsmen.

In a rain-shortened match, skipper Pat Cummins declared to force a result. Khawaja was unbeaten on 195 but missed out on his double tally. Khawaja rose four spots and entered the top 10 thanks to his efforts.

Tom Latham, Devon Conway, and Saud Shakeel. Players from the 2-2 Test between Pakistan and New Zealand, also made significant moves.

In the second Test in Karachi, Latham improved to 19th place with scores of 71 and 62. Conway moves up three spots to number 21 as a result of his first-innings century.

Shakeel, who scored his first Test hundred, has moved up 20 spots to number 30. Marnus Labuschagne maintains his position at the top of the batters’ rankings chart.

Josh Hazlewood, who made a comeback in the Sydney Test, is the biggest mover in the bowling charts. In the contest, he took five wickets, elevating him to No. 6 by six spots. 10. Cummins is still ranked highest among Test bowlers.

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