Rohit Sharma grabs second slot by making it 1-2 for India in ODI rankings

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Rohit Sharma, On Sunday opener, who led the Indian team to Asia Cup title after his absence in the top-ranked. Virat Kohli, on the other hand climbed 2 steps up to a career as the second-best position thereby making it a 1-2 for India during the ICC ODI batting rankings.

This nevertheless, according to previous records this was the second time Sharma held the second position, this come shortly after having reached the first time position as number two during the ODI which were held in July earlier this year.

According to reports He aggregated 317 runs through the entire tournament, in this tournament India managed a win-win by defeating Bangladesh during the final by a three wickets. On the other hand, Shikhar Dhawan, who during the tournament was the highest run-getter having 342 runs, also gained a fourth slots making him reach the fifth position during the tournament.

Nevertheless, this two pair was rested as India’s last Super Four match was by ended with a tie between Afghanistan.

However, the two pairs still managed to led the aggregate run of largely a 210-run partnership in the match against the Super Four between India and Pakistan whereby Sharma was able to slam an unbeaten record of 111 and also Dhawan scored managed to score 114 during the match. In addition to this another India player who was also able to gain top rankings table during the tournament was spinner Kuldeep Yadav.

Yadav was able to advance to the three places thereby headed home as the third-best position just after be able to finish the highest joint wicket taker together with Mustafizur Rahman, Bangladesh’s fast bowler and Rashid Khan, the Afghanistan leg-spinner all of who managed to finish the tournament with each having scored 10 wickets.

Rashid, according to previous records displaced Shakib Al Hasan, the former Bangladesh captain from rounders’ top list and more so also becoming his country’s first 32nd overall to reach the top position in the list by recording a jump of six places in the all-list of top players.