ICC Men’s ODI Ranking Updated After India vs Pakistan in ICC World Cup 2023: India secured a clinical victory defeating Pakistan by 7 wickets in the 12th match of the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 and strengthened their top spot in the ICC Men’s ODI Ranking Table. ICC released the latest ICC Men’s ODI Standing on 14 October and this post will walk you through the ICC Men’s ODI Ranking Updated after India vs Pakistan in ICC World Cup 2023.
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ICC Men’s ODI Ranking Updated After India vs Pakistan
India beating Pakistan in an ODI World Cup is a never-ending thriller ride where the former have defeated the latter in every battle they have met in. India faced Pakistan a total of 8 times in the ODI World Cup History and have been on the sweet corner on every outing; all of them have been one-sided.
This year, it was believed that India vs Pakistan would be a neck-to-neck encounter between the two Asian giants but it seemed like Pakistan entered the field with a ‘we can never beat Men in Blue’ mindset which was very visible from ball one.
Bowling first, India picked up early wickets. Babar and Rizwan showed some resistance, they were not too promising though. India forced a collapse breakdown to Pakistan’s batting line-up. Pakistan were 155-2 at one stage and just 10 overs later, they were all out for 191 runs.
Shubman Gill was back to the side and gave a brisk start to the team and then there was a HITMAN SHOW at the Narendra Modi Stadium where Rohit Sharma hammered Pakistani bowlers scoring 86(63). Shreyas Iyer scored the half-century and India registered a record 7-wicket win.
India won 3 matches straight in a row leading them to the top of the ICC World Cup Points table. These three wins have rewarded India 3 rating points and Now India have 118 Rating and lead the ICC Men’s ODI Ranking. Pakistan won 2 and lost 1 to the date in this tournament and are in the second spot with 115 rating points.
Australia are nowhere in the top 3 teams now after their two consecutive losses in this tournament whereas South Africa, who were in 4th spot have gained 2 points and are now the new number 3 in the ICC Men’s ODI Ranking of teams.
New Zealand have maintained a good run and are at number 5 followed by England who have a 105 rating. The Netherlands, who qualified for the ICC World Cup 2023 through Qualifiers, are now placed 14th in the updated ICC Teams standing.
Down below is the latest released ICC Men’s ODI Ranking Updated After India vs Pakistan in ICC World Cup 2023:
Full ICC Men’s ODI Rankings
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