Home Sports ICC Classification: Big loss for Shubman Gill

ICC Classification: Big loss for Shubman Gill

ICC Classification: Big loss for Shubman Gill

Image source: AP
shubman gill

ICC Classifications: The India team won the ODI series which was played between India and the West Indies. The Indian team could have won the series 2-1, as well as showing great play, but the Indian players suffered heavy losses in the ICC rankings released this time. Especially starter Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli. Shubman Gill had also batted well but is now out of the top 5 and Ireland’s Harry Tector has passed Shubman Gill while David Warner has also managed to get past Gill.

googletag.cmd.push(function () {

Image source: GETTY
Babar Azam

Babar Azam slips to number one, Shubman Gill to number seven in ICC ODI rankings

In the new ODI rankings published by the ICC, Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam continues to be ranked number one. He remains the number one batsman with a rating of 886. Following this, South Africa’s Rasi van der Dussen sits at number two whose rating has now become 777. With a rating of 755, Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman continues to rank chair number three At number four is Imam-ul-Haq who has a rating of 745. Meaning, there has been no change in the top 4 ranking this time either. But before that there was Shubman Gill at number five, which is gone and has suffered a loss.

Image source: GETTY
shubman gill

Shubman Gill scored just half a century in three ODIs

If we talk about number five in the latest ICC rankings, Harry Tector from Ireland has come here. He has a rating of 726 and is followed by David Warner at number six, who also has a rating of 726. Previously, Harry Tector was at number six and Warner at number seven with the same ranking. Previously, Shubman Gill’s rating was 738, which has now been lowered to 724. That is, Shubman Gill has made it to number seven. He has suffered the loss of two places. Shubman Gill has scored a half century in the three match series against the West Indies. He scored seven runs in the series opener, followed by 34 and 85 in the third game. He looks like he had to bear the brunt of his silent bat in the first two games.

Image source: GETTY
virat kohli

Virat Kohli also reached number nine.

Meanwhile, South Africa’s Quinton Dickock has now moved up to number eight, having gained a place. His rating has now gone up to 718. On the other hand, if we talk about Virat Kohli, he has moved down one spot and has reached number nine. Previously, Virat Kohli was at number eight with a rating of 719, which has now dropped to 712. He was included in the playing XI for the first match played against the West Indies, but did not get a chance to bat, while not he was part of the playing XI in the last two matches. I mean, he couldn’t hit even once, so his rating has gone down. Meanwhile, Australian Steve Smith has managed to make it to number ten with a rating of 702.

No Comments

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Exit mobile version