Kohli has been replaced by Pakistan batter Babar Azam and is followed by Aaron Finch at the second spot.Babar, who had a superb series against New Zealand, sits at the numero uno spot with 786 points, while Finch is just behind him with 784 points. Kohli, who had a terrific outing in the ODI series against the Proteas, but witnessed a dip in his form in the shortest format of the game, is at 776 points. India's KL Rahul is the other Indian in the top 10 and is placed at the sixth position, with 726 points.
In the rankings for bowlers, Kiwi left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner sits at the top with 718 rating points. He swapped places with Ish Sodhi, who dropped to the third spot with 712 points. Afghanistan leggie Rashid Khan is at the second position, with 717 points.
India's Jasprit Bumrah remains seated at the fourth spot with 702 points and is followed by Samuel Badree.On the other hand, Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan continues to top the all-rounder's chart with 353 points and is followed by Glenn Maxwell, who has climbed to the second place. Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan is at the third place, while no Indian found a place in the top 10.(UNI)