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ODI Rankings: Afghan all-rounder Nabi overtakes Shakib to take top spot in ICC men’s ODI Rankings: With a stunning century in the opening ODI against Sri Lanka in Pallekele, Afghanistan’s premier all-rounder Mohammad Nabi has ended Shakib Al Hasan’s long reign as the top all-rounder in the ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings.

Nabi, the top all-rounder in T20Is, rose to the top of the ODI standings after becoming the oldest player, at 39, to top the ICC ODI all-rounders rankings with a knock of 136 and another month after that. Tillakaratne Dilshan of Sri Lanka, who attained the top spot in June 2015 at the age of 38 years and 8 months, held the previous record.

The other Afghan players to lead the ICC rankings are Mujeeb ur Rahman (T20I bowling) and Rashid Khan (ODI all-rounder, T20I bowling, and ODI bowling).

Shakib remained at the top for 1,739 days (from May 7, 2019), which is the longest streak by anyone at the top of the ODI rankings. His total reign is recorded to have been 4,276 days, which is equivalent to more than 11 and a half years. Kapil Dev is in second place with 3,816 days which includes two stints of 1,376 and 1,375 days.

The first two ODIs of the series, both won by Sri Lanka, also saw some other notable performances from both sides. After playing an unbeaten inning of 149 runs in the first ODI, Azmatullah Omarzai is the second Afghanistan player to move up 19 places to 57th position, while several Sri Lankan players have moved up in the rankings.

Sri Lanka’s Charith Asalanka has moved up five places to a career-best 15th position after scoring an unbeaten 97 in the second ODI. Pathum Nissanka has moved up 10 places to 18th after surpassing Omarzai and Nabi in the first ODI. Sadira Samarawickrama has moved up from 47th. Ranked 41st after useful innings of 45 and 52.

Spinner Wanindu Hasaranga has jumped 14 places to 26th after taking four wickets for 27 runs, while left-arm fast bowler Dilshan Madhushanka has moved up from 37th to 33rd.

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Nepal’s players also made some notable improvements in their rankings after defeating Canada 3-0 in the home series ahead of the inaugural ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2, which begins a tri-series with Namibia, Netherlands and hosts Nepal in Kirtipur on Thursday will start. ,

Captain Rohit Paudel has moved up three places to 77th position after scoring 87 runs in the second match, Kushal Bhurtel has moved up eight places to 88th position with his innings of 62 runs in the same match and left-arm spinner Lalit Rajbanshi has moved up 14 places to 79th position. Bowling ranking after taking three wickets in two matches.

In the ICC men’s T20I rankings, Glenn Maxwell’s unbeaten 120 off just 55 balls in the second T20I of the three-match series against the West Indies in Adelaide has moved him up 11 places to 24th, while Tim David (35 places up is in 27th place). and David Warner (up 19 places to 36th) are the other Australian players to move up in the batting rankings.

Leg spinner Adam Zampa has moved from 16th to 11th in the bowling rankings after taking five wickets in the series, while Marcus Stoinis has moved from fifth to second in the all-rounders’ list.

For the West Indies, Johnson Charles moved up from 50th to 38th, while Sherfane Rutherford and Andrew Russell also moved up after leading their team to consolation wins in the final match. Rutherford is up 11 places to 61st after scoring 67 not out and Russell is up 54 places to 111th after scoring 71 runs.

South Africa’s David Bedingham has climbed 30 places to 79th in the batting rankings after scoring 32 and 87 in the first Test against New Zealand in Tauranga, which the home side won by 281 runs. Rachin Ravindra is one place behind him at 80th position.

In the bowling rankings, New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jamieson has moved up six places to eighth after taking six wickets in the match, while Matt Henry has moved up five places to 26th.

ICC men’s ODI rankings

PosTeamPlayersRatingCareer Best Rating
1AFGMohammad NABI314350 v Ireland at Greater Noida 2017
2BANGLADESHShakib AL HASAN310448 v Zimbabwe at Chittagong 2009
3ZIMBABWESikandar RAZA288292 v Sri Lanka at Colombo (RPS) 2024
4AFGHANISTANRashid KHAN255351 v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi 2018
5PAPUA NEW GUINEAAssad VALA248252 v Nepal at Dubai 2023
6AUSTRALIAGlenn MAXWELL237340 v England at Headingley 2015
7OMANZeeshan MAQSOOD235262 v Ireland at Bulawayo 2023
8NEW ZEALANDMitchell SANTNER233308 v England at Christchurch 2018
9BANGLADESHMehidy HASAN216295 v India at Mirpur 2022
10INDIARavindra JADEJA209372 v Zimbabwe at Bulawayo 2013
11AUSTRALIAJosh HAZLEWOOD209216 v South Africa at Kolkata 2023
12SOUTH AFRICAMarco JANSEN209246 v New Zealand at Pune 2023
13SCOTLANDMichael LEASK208209 v Namibia at Kirtipur, Nepal 2023
14NEW ZEALANDRachin RAVINDRA202220 v Sri Lanka at Bengaluru 2023
15SRI LANKAWanindu HASARANGA198252 v Oman at Bulawayo 2023
16ENGLANDChris WOAKES194307 v New Zealand at Christchurch 2018
17SCOTLANDMark WATT194201 v Zimbabwe at Bulawayo 2023
18AUSTRALIASean ABBOTT185185 v West Indies at Canberra 2024
19INDIAHardik PANDYA185253 v South Africa at Centurion 2018
20SCOTLANDBrandon MCMULLEN185185 v Netherlands at Bulawayo 2023
21IRELANDMark ADAIR183183 v Zimbabwe at Harare 2023
22PAKISTANShaheen AFRIDI178180 v Bangladesh at Kolkata 2023
23NAMIBIAGerhard ERASMUS178178 v Canada at Namibia 2023
24PAKISTANShadab KHAN176221 v Netherlands at Rotterdam 2022
25ENGLANDAdil RASHID175251 v Sri Lanka at Pallekele 2018
26IRELANDAndy MCBRINE175218 v New Zealand at Malahide 2022
27USASteven TAYLOR175199 v Papua New Guinea at Namibia 2022
28IRELANDCurtis CAMPHER174174 v Zimbabwe at Harare 2023
29ZIMBABWESean WILLIAMS173238 v Pakistan at Rawalpindi 2020
30SRI LANKAMaheesh THEEKSHANA172173 v Afghanistan at Pallekele 2024

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