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Bumrah becomes No. 1 ODI bowler; Suryakumar zooms up to No. 5 among T20I batters

Bhuvneshwar's Player-of-the-Series performance in the England T20Is has taken him back into the top ten for bowlers

Jasprit Bumrah completed his five-for with the wicket of Brydon Carse, England vs India, 1st ODI, The Oval, London, July 12, 2022

Jasprit Bumrah returned his best ODI figures in the first game against England  •  AFP/Getty Images

Jasprit Bumrah has climbed up five spots to become the No. 1-ranked ODI bowler, following his career-best 6 for 19 against England at The Oval on Tuesday. Trent Boult is now second, with Shaheen Shah Afridi, Josh Hazlewood and Mujeeb Ur Rahman rounding off the top five.
Bumrah ran through the England line-up in the first ODI, dismissing Jason Roy, Joe Root, Liam Livingstone and Jos Buttler along the way. After picking up 4 for 6 in his first four overs, he returned to pick up two for none in seven balls at the death, finishing with India's third-best figures in men's ODIs.
Mohammed Shami, Bumrah's new-ball partner, also moved up three places to joint-23rd - with Bhuvneshwar Kumar - on the back of his three-wicket haul against England.
As for Shikhar Dhawan, who scored an unbeaten 31 in that ten-wicket win over England, he moved up one spot to equal 12th on the batters' rankings. His captain Rohit Sharma top-scored for India in the chase with an unbeaten 76, but remained at No. 4.
From the ODI series between Ireland and New Zealand, Harry Tector, who scored his maiden ODI century in the opening game, rose ten places to No. 34 among batters.
Suryakumar Yadav, meanwhile, jumped a whopping 44 spots to achieve his career-best No. 5 ranking in T20Is following his century against England in the third T20I. Suryakumar, who also achieved a career-high rating of 732, is now India's highest-ranked T20I batter. Having made his T20I debut only last year, Suryakumar has quickly become an important part of India's T20I set-up, scoring four fifties and a century in 17 innings with a strike rate of 177.22.
Bhuvneshwar's Player-of-the-Series performance in the T20Is against England has taken him back into the top ten among T20I bowlers. He is the only Indian in the top ten in a list led by Hazlewood.
Over in the Test rankings, Dimuth Karunaratne and Dinesh Chandimal climbed after their match-winning performances against Australia in the second Test in Galle.
Karunaratne's first-innings 86 took him to 782 rating points [his personal best] and the No. 7 spot among Test batters, while Chandimal's unbeaten 206 took him 19 positions up to No. 29.