| ODI Rankings; Muhammad Siraj I

Dubai: Mohammad Siraj, the spearhead of Indian bowling in limited-overs cricket, has been selected by the ICC for ODI bowlers. First in the ranking. This is the first time that Siraj has achieved this feat.

Siraj’s leap is behind the giants like Australia’s Josh Hazelwood and New Zealand’s Trent Boult. Siraj’s score is 729 rating points. Second placed Hazelwood has 727 points. Bolt came third with 708 points.

Mitchell Starc (Australia), Rashid Khan (Afghanistan), Adam Zampa (Australia), Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh), Shaheen Shah Afridi (Pakistan), Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh) and Mujibur Rahman (Afghanistan) are in positions four to 10.

Siraj’s brilliant performance in the recently held ODI series against Sri Lanka and New Zealand teams is behind Siraj’s rise. Siraj, who took nine wickets against Lanka, became the owner of five wickets in the two matches he played against New Zealand.

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