Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah bowled devastatingly in the first ODI against England. At the expense of only 19 runs, he picked up six wickets of the English. This is on the one hand Bumrah’s career best bowling figures, on the other hand the best bowling figures by any Indian bowler on English soil.
After such a great performance, the best pacer of all time got good news from ICC. Bumrah has occupied the top spot in the ODI bowling rankings published by ICC. He was number six before the match against England. Bumrah came to number one with 718 rating points after bowling devastatingly in one match.
New Zealand star pacer Trent Bolt has been at the top for so long. Recently, after losing a place to Bumrah, he is now at number two with 712 rating points. Among the top five bowlers, Pakistan’s Shaheen Shah Afridi is at number three with 618 rating points, Australia’s Jos Hazlewood is at number four with 679 rating points and Mujib Ur Rahman is at number five with 676 rating points.
On the other hand, another star cricketer of India, Suryakumar Yadav, has made a big jump in the ICC T20 batting rankings. The right-handed batsman, who made his debut in the Indian team at the end of last year, has advanced 44 steps in one jump. Currently he is the number five T20 batsman. Basically, he got this good news due to playing an innings of 117 runs against England.