Shakib tops ICC ODI all-rounder ranking, Williamson, Roy jump upwards

Consecutive edition’s runner-up New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has enjoyed an upward elevation in the ICC ODI batsmen ranking following a Man of the Tournament trophy in the just completed ICC World Cup 2019. 


With 578 runs on the card in the mega tournament, Williamson has jumped to the sixth spot resting behind Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Babar Azam, Faf du Plessis and Ross Taylor  who hold their respective positions.

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David Warner (647 runs) and Joe Root (556 runs) both lost their spots and got down a single position each. They are at 7th and 8th place respectively.

World Cup man of the final Ben Stokes have gained five spots to take the 21st place with English skipper Eoin Morgan in the batsman’s rankings.


England’s super over hero Jofra Archer also gained significant progress receiving 13 points to be placed at No. 29.

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Archer was the third highest wicket taker of the tournament picking up 20 wickets in 11 matches- at an average of 23.05.

World Cup winning team member Chris Woakes and New Zealand’s Matt Henry made their way to top 10; they are at 6 and 5 spots respectively.

Indian left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja and New Zealand’s Mitchell Santner jumped two spots each to 32nd and 33rd respectively.

The all-rounders ranking has seen no changes with Shakib Al Hasan crowns the top spot followed by Ben Stokes, Mohammad Nabi, Imad Wasim and Rashid Khan.

Team ranking remains as before with England continue in the top the team followed by India, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and West Indies.


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