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Latest ICC Ranking Report-INDIA Proudly takes a deserving stand
ISHA SHARMA | 05 Apr 2011

After winning the world Cup Indian Cricket Team has indeed declared their superiority not just by boasting but by proving as well.Perfect Team spirit, Hard work and zeal has led them them to the second position.

Indian Cricket team has shown that they are superior than other counterparts from other countries but still Indian team has to step ahead as few spaces still separates them from being g at the top position in the ICC ODI rankings.India proudly takes the SECOND POSITION reserved for them. As according to the latest ODI rankings, it is Australia. India has a proud score of 121 to flaunt whereas Australia is just mere 7 points ahead of India.

Third position is held by none other than the SRI LANKAN cricket team as they too have a proud score of 118 points while South Africa is on 4th position according to the ICC ratings. The most amazing revelation comes as a proud to India as when it comes to the individual rankings, Gautam Gambhir and Sachin tendulkar has indeed shown some great performances in the World CUP and thus they surely deserve to move up.

29 years old cricketer Gautam Gambhir was really disappointed after he couldn’t make a century as he got out as 97, but this buy has all reasons to not regret but to cheer up as he is placed on 10th position and India’s favorite and the World famous Tendulkar has a proud 9th position. Next in the list is SANGAKKARa who is on the 4th Place in the individual rating list while India’s most wanted YUVRAJ SINGH, who was also declared the MAN OF THE MATCH in the final match in WORLD CUP is on the 17th position which he proudly shares along with Australian Captain RICKY PONTING who too deserves it truly. And when it comes to the ODI’s Bowler’s list, Sri Lanka's Ajantha Mendis is 9th on this list and he is indeed an example of dedication as he has risen to 19 places which indeed is commendable

Pakistan’s captain Shahid Afridi has climbed five places to ninth, while India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh proudly flaunts its 18th rank on the list.

Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal has rocketed up nine places to 20th, while just outside the top-20 Sri Lanka'sLasith Malinga has risen three places and is now sitting in joint 25th position with South Africa'sJohan Botha.