Pakistan have gotten further reward for their far-fetched Champions Trophy triumph after the International Cricket Council affirmed they’d risen two spots on the one-day global group rankings on Monday. Having strikingly just barely fit the bill for the competition they’d go ahead to win, Pakistan shot up two spots to jump Sri Lanka and Bangladesh into 6th on the ODI outlines after their 180-run trouncing of India on Sunday.
New Updated ICC ODI ranking chart
South Africa, who were vanquished by Pakistan before in the opposition and wiped out at the gathering stage, remain the top-positioned ODI side in spite of again missing the mark an ICC occasion. Australia too haven’t surrendered ground regardless of a sooner than-arranged exit from the Champions Trophy, holding their second spot two positioning focuses behind the Proteas. Crushed finalists India are still third, while England and New Zealand have both held ground in fourth and fifth spot individually. There was all the more uplifting news for Pakistan in the individual rankings, with player-of-the-competition Hasan Ali climbing 12 spots into seventh on the rocking the bowling alley diagrams, with the privilege armer winding up in the main 10 surprisingly.