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Shubman Gill dethrones Babar Azam The youthful- gun is the fourth Indian player after Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli to have bagged the No 1 rank.
Shubman Gill has deprived Pakistan commander Babar Azam to come the loftiest- ranking ICC Men’s batter in ODIs. Babar Azam reigned as the top ODI batter for further than two- times. Shubman Gill’s stimulating performance against Sri Lanka helped him amass 219 runs in six innings in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 event.


it’s still early days, Gill’s heady mix of passion, hard work and genius promises to cultivate a career that should serve Indian cricket well in the times to come. Until then, it’s a nervous wait time for Gill and the many observers of cricket..


Virat Kohli is on the fourth spot and Rohit Sharma is on the sixth spot. Gill is the fourth Indian player after Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli to have bagged the No 1 rank.

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While the youthful gun jumped one spot to claim thetop-most rank, Kohli jumped three spots. Shreyas Iyer climbed 17 places to snare the 18th spot.

It isn’t only the fur side, the fur side is also led by Indian bowler Mohammed Siraj, who bettered two spots. ICC stated that the bowling rankings look rather different than how it did when the World Cup 2023 event began. Four of India’s bowlers are now featured on the list.

Siraj has been ranked as thetop-most bowler, followed by Kuldeep Yadav on the fourth spot, Jasprit Bumrah on the eighth spot and Mohammad Shami on the 10th spot.

The Men in Blue’s emotional campaigning at the World Cup 2023 has assured that a bevy of stars feature on ICC’s lists of top players. India is presently at the No 1 spot with eight successive triumphs and a run rate of2.456. The platoon came the first to qualify for thesemi-finals.

India won its first World Cup 2023 match against Australia by 6 lattices with 52 balls to spare, against Afghanistan by 8 lattices with 90 balls to spare, against Pakistan by 7 lattices, against Bangladesh by 7 lattices with 51 balls to spare, against New Zealand by 4 lattices and 12 balls to spare, against England by 100 runs, against Sri Lanka by 302 runs and against South Africa by 243 runs.

Not only ODIs, Indian batter Suryakumar Yadav is the loftiest- ranked T20I batter and Hardik Pandya is the alternate-loftiest ranked T20I each- rounder.

When it comes to Test matches, Ravichandran Ashwin is the loftiest- ranked bowler, followed by Ravindra Jadeja on the third spot, and Jasprit Bumrah on the 10th spot. Ravindra Jadeja is the loftiest- ranked Test each- rounder, followed by Ravichandran Ashwin on the alternate spot, and Akshar Patel on the 5th spot.

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