According to the most recent ICC rankings, which were revealed on Wednesday, Trent Boult of New Zealand has surpassed India’s Jasprit Bumrah to take over as the top bowler. Last week, Bumrah recovered the position after turning in a career-best performance in the first ODI against England. According to the ICC, India’s choice to rest Bumrah for the series-clinching ODI in Manchester was a mistake. Mohammed Siraj took over for Bumrah as India played the third ODI. Siraj did a wonderful job of forcing England back right away with his first over of the game, bowling a two-wicket maiden.

Other than Bumrah, the majority of other Indian players saw their ICC rankings rise. Yuzvendra Chahal, a leg-spinner, moved up four spaces to 16th place among bowlers, while Hardik Pandya shot up 13 spots to ninth place among all-rounders in ODIs.

During the ODI series against England, Chahal claimed seven wickets, while Pandya dominated with both the bat and the ball to claim six victims and score a total of 100 runs. Due to his absence from the series, Chris Woakes, an English bowler, dropped two positions on both the bowler and all-round lists, dropping Ben Stokes, an all-rounder for England, out of the top 10 and into 11th place overall.

Talented Indian left-hander Rishabh Pant, who made an outstanding unbeaten 125 during the last game of the England series, was promoted by 25 ranks to 52nd overall on the list of hitters as a result of his excellent play. Following his outstanding series, Pandya rose eight ranks to 42nd, while the top 10 underwent some movement following South Africa’s impressive start to their ODI series against England.