Rohit, Kuldeep move up ODI rankings; Rashid becomes No. 1 allrounder

The opening of India Rohit Sharma climbed two places to No. 2 in the ODI batting ranking, while the left arm Kuldeep Yadav climbed to the best ranking of his career in the 3rd place in the list of bowlers , after his appearances in Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates

Rashid Khan of Afghanistan beat Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh to reach the number 1 spot on the list of all the overthrowers, and also remained at number 2 in the classification of bowling, behind the fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah.

Rohit, who led the triumphant Asia Cup campaign in the absence of veteran ODI batter Virat Kohli, scored 317 runs in five innings in the tournament, a century and two fifties with an average of 105.66. [19659002Finishingasthehighestwicket-takercondiezterresetwithRashidandthebangladeshiMustafizurRahmanKuldeepescalcalcallstocrossassessingwitharecordof700pointsonhiscar

Rashid, who scored 87 races at an average of 43.50 and an unemployment rate of 142.62, and hit an economy of 3.72 in the Asian Cup, became the first all-rounder in Afghanistan.

Rohit's opening mate, Shikhar Dhawan, the tournament's top scorer with 342 in five innings, including two centuries, climbed four places to No. 5 in the ODI ranking for hitters. The pair had crushed Pakistan's bowlers with a 210-race winning partnership, with Rohit scoring 111 undefeated and Dhawan 114 in the Super Four game.

Bumrah retained his No. 1 spot among ODI bowlers. He was the fourth highest wicket holder in the Asian Cup with eight wickets in four games. He was brilliant in the slog overs; He did not grant a single limit on the 59 balls he threw during that period.


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