ICC ODI ranking: Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma remain in the top 2, Hardik Pandya moves up to the top 50 | ICC ODI ranking: At the top, Virat and Rohit, Hardik achieved it for the first time

Sydney: In the ICC ODI rankings, Indian team captain Virat Kohli and opener Rohit Sharma retained their top two places. At the same time, Jasprit Bumrah is third among the bowlers.

Kohli had scored two half centuries in the recently concluded three-game ODI series with Australia. India lost 1-2 in this series. At the same time, Rohit, who was absent from the limited series due to muscle tension, remains at number two. He is five points ahead of Pakistani Babar Azam in third place.

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Hardik Pandya, who played 90 unbeaten innings in Game 1 of the ODI Series and 92 in Game 3, reached the top 50 for the first time. He is 49th with 553 points.

Captain Aaron Finch, who played brilliantly in the Australian team’s ODI series, is in fifth place after scoring 791 points in his career. Steve Smith, who scored two centuries from 62 to 62 balls in the first two games of the series, has returned to the top 20 since 2018. He is currently ranked 15th with 707 points. Glenn Maxwell, who scored 167 points in three ODI Series games at a strike rate of 194.18, came in at number 20.

The Australian leg spinner had a big impact in the hitter-dominated series. He made it into the top 20 for the first time. Zampa is in 14th place with 623 points. Josh Hazlewood came in sixth place while Jasprit Bumrah of the Indian team is in third place.