Post the South Africa-England and New Zealand-Australia series, the Indian batsmen remained in the top-10 in the recently released ICC ODI Rankings.
While Virat Kohli stayed at second spot with 825 points, South Africa’s AB de Villiers continued to be at the top spot with 900 points. Rohit Sharma in fifth (761 points) rounded off the top five with other members being Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock.
Shikhar Dhawan dropped two places into ninth place with 748 rating points. Captain MS Dhoni stood 12th with 706 points.
Overall, de Kock and Joe Root were the top movers to make their way into the top-5 and top-10 respectively. De Kock jumped six places into fourth while Root jumped seven places into tenth.
Amongst the bowlers, Matt Henry was a swift mover to rise three places into fourth with fellow Kiwi Trent Boult leading the charts.
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