Mohammed Siraj reclaims No. 1 ODI Bowler in the World

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Mohammed Siraj reclaims No. 1 ODI Bowler in the World

Mohammed Siraj reclaims No. 1 ODI Bowler in the World

Following his magnificent performance against Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup final on Sunday, Mohammed Siraj has reclaimed his position as the No. 1 ODI bowler in the world. Siraj previously held the position between January and March 2023 before being replaced by Josh Hazlewood, making this his second stint at the top of the list.

As a result of his ten-wicket haul at an average of 12.20 at the Asia Cup, Siraj has moved up eight spots to the top of the rankings. The highlight of the performance was the 6 for 21 run that destroyed Sri Lanka for 50 all out in the tournament. Siraj described that stint as “like a dream” and said it included a four-wicket over, which has only happened three other times in men’s ODI history.

Afghan spinners Mujeeb Ur Rahman (No. 4) and Rashid Khan (No. 5) entered the top five as a result of their performances at the Asia Cup. In the group stage, they each had two wickets taken. Trent Boult (third) and Hazlewood (second) round out the top five.

Kuldeep Yadav slid from sixth to ninth place after taking nine wickets at the Asia Cup with an average of 11.44. Keshav Maharaj helped South Africa come back from a 2-0 deficit against Australia to win 3-2, moving him up to fifteenth place and up from twenty-fifth. In the series, he took eight wickets at an average of 16.87 each, including 4 for 33 in the decisive match.

Heinrich Klaasen of South Africa, who scored a scorching 83 off 174 balls against Australia in the fourth One Day International, has climbed 20 places to No. 9 in the ICC rankings for ODI batsmen as a result. No batsman had ever scored as many runs in an ODI inning at the strike rate that Klaasen (204) did before, making it a record-breaking inning.

After leading the ODI scoring with 277 runs in the home series against New Zealand, Dawid Malan has improved to a career-best 13th place in England. He is now the top-ranked batter for England, averaging 92.33 with a 105.72 strikeout rate. After scoring a scorching 182 at the Oval, Ben Stokes moved up to 36th place. Babar Azam, Shubman Gill, and Rassie Van der Dussen continue to hold the top three spots after the most recent update.

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