In the ICC rankings, Harmanpreet Kaur climbs to fifth place

Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of India, rose four spots on Tuesday to take the fifth position in the ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings, riding the wave of her incredible performance against England.

In the ICC rankings, Harmanpreet Kaur climbs to fifth place

She is the star of a group of Indian athletes who have advanced quickly in the rankings as a result of the team’s 3-0 victory over England.

In the second game in Canterbury, Kaur hit a game-winning 143 not out off 111 deliveries.

Taking into consideration the results of that series’ final two games and the IWC series between both the West Indies and New Zealand, the most recent update was made.

Mandhana, a previous world ’s highest batter who hit 40 and 50 in the two games, has risen one spot to reach sixth place, The third game at Lord’s saw Sharma go undefeated for 68 runs before being bowled out, moving her up eight spots to 24th place.

Pooja Vastrakar (up four ranks to 49th) and Harleen Deol (up 46 positions to 81st) are two more Indian batters who have advanced in the rankings, and Renuka Singh, the country’s top new-ball bowler, has shot up 35 spots to take over the 35th slot after taking four wickets in each of the two games.

Jhulan Goswami, a former world champion fast bowler, withdrew in 5th position.Danny Wyatt of England, who got 65 in the second game, has moved up two positions to take over the 21st spot among hitters, while Amy Jones has moved up four positions to 30th. Charlie Dean has climbed 24 spots to land in 62nd place among hitters and one spot to land in 19th place among bowlers.

After scoring 88 runs and snatching five wickets in a 2-1 series victory over New Zealand, West Indies captain Hayley Matthews has taken over the top spot among all-rounders in the ODI category for the first time in my career.

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