Virat Kohli topped the ODI rankings after he zoomed past AB DeVilliers and David Warner to claim the coveted spot. The rankings released by ICC was released after the conclusion of the last round of league matches in the Champions Trophy.
The bad performance in the trophy by AB DeVilliers saw him losing the top spot. Kohli was briefly on the top for 4 days in Jan 2017 and was reclaimed by ABD who has held the spot since 25th Feb. Kohli lagged 22 points to reach the top before the commencement of the tournament and was 19 points behind David Warner but thanks to his 81 not out against Pakistan and 76 not out against South Africa knocks, he raced to the No.1 ranking.
Shikhar Dhawan with his scores of 68 against Pakistan, 125 against Sri Lanka and 78 against South Africa has seen his position improving from No.15 to No.10
When it comes to bowling, none of the Indian bowlers featured in Top 10 with Bhuvnesh Kumar claiming the joint 23rd spot. He was earlier placed at No.36. The bowling chart is led by Josh Hazelwood.Umesh Yadav is placed at No.41 and Jusprit Bumrah at No.43. R Ashwin is at No.20 and Ravindra Jadeja is trailing on No.29