Virat Kohli climbs to fourth position in the ICC ODI Rankings
Virat Kohli (Source: AP Newsroom)
In the latest development coming, Virat Kohli has jumped up from sixth to fourth position in the ICC ODI rankings.
With 750 points, the Indian superstar has moved past David Warner and Imam-ul-Haq on the charts. His fruitful series against Sri Lanka where he notched up two centuries in three games scoring 283 runs which surely helped his cause.
Kohli is now behind top-placed Babar Azam, Rassie van der Dussen and Quinton de Kock, respectively with de Kock being 9 points ahead of him.
After a barren run of form, India's ace maestro recently got back his form in the ODI and T20 format as he has already thumped four tons since then.
It is not just Kohli who has gained from this update, premium pacer Mohammed Siraj has leapfrogged 13 places to enter the top 10 and infact, positioned third behind Trent Boult and Josh Hazlewood. Siraj was incredible in the Sri Lanka series as he scalped nine wickets in just 3 matches at an average of 10.22.
Kohli will next be seen playing in the first ODI against New Zealand beginning on 18th of January.
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