DUBAI: Pakistan’s left-handed opener Imam-ul-Haq has moved into the top 10 of the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI Men’s Batting Rankings following his brilliant century against Australia in the first ODI on Tuesday.
As per the latest rankings, shared by the ICC, the left-handed opener moved up two places to achieve the 10th spot in the top ODI batters.
The star with the ball for Australia in the first ODI – Adam Zampa, has jumped six places to secure the ninth rank, shared with his Aghanistan counterpart, Rashid Khan.
Major changes in the latest @MRFWorldwide ICC Men’s Player Rankings for Tests and ODIs 👀
— ICC (@ICC) March 30, 2022
In the Test rankings, however, Pakistan’s left-arm pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi has replaced New Zealand’s Kyle Jamieson to claim the fifth rank in the Test bowlers’ rankings.
On the other hand, the man of the series of the recently concluded Benaud-Qadir Trophy between Pakistan and Australia – Usman Khawaja has leapt six places to claim his career-best seventh rank, while his countryman Steve Smith has moved to the second spot.
Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne remained the top Test batter, while Pakistani skipper Babar Azam still leads the ODI and T20I batting rankings.