ICC ODI rankings: Pakistan snatches 4th place from India

Pakistan workforce celebrates after successful the ODI sequence towards West Indies on Sunday. Courtesy PCB

DUBAI: Pakistan on Monday clinched the fourth place from India within the newest ICC ODI rankings after finishing a clear sweep over West Indies in Multan.

Babar Azam’s aspect jumped a spot to No 4 within the ICC Males’s ODI Workforce Rankings after the sequence win over West Indies on Sunday.

Earlier than the sequence began, Pakistan had been positioned fifth within the rankings with a score of 102. However the 3-0 clear sweep over the Windies has boosted them to No 4 with a score of 106, leaving India behind at 105.

The Pakistani workforce obtained 30 invaluable factors within the ODI Tremendous League, a qualification spherical for subsequent 12 months’s World Cup in India. The three-0 clean-sweep lifted the workforce to 90 factors, fourth within the 13-team ODI League desk whereas the West Indies are fifth with 80.

Pakistan have loved a superb final couple of years within the 50-over format. Aside from the blip towards England away from residence, they’ve taken on all comers and emerged victorious, together with 2-1 sequence wins towards Zimbabwe and South Africa.

They defeated Australia by the identical margin once they came over Pakistan for the primary time since 1998. West Indies stood no likelihood towards Pakistan as they had been rampaged 3-0.

This era of resurgence has come beneath the captaincy of Babar Azam, who has led by instance for Pakistan in all codecs of the sport. Together with his latest century within the first match towards West Indies, he grew to become the primary batter to attain three consecutive ODI centuries twice, having beforehand achieved the feat in 2016 as effectively.

And with a fifty within the second ODI, he broke the world file for many consecutive 50+ scores (9) in males’s worldwide cricket throughout all codecs.

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