Indian Vice Captain Virat Kohli retained his 4th Position in ICC ODI Rankings issued on Tuesday. He was ranked ahead of India's World Cup highest run scorer Shikhar Dhawan who is at 6th Position. The other Indian to find a place in Top 10 chart is none other than Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Indian Opener Rohit Sharma is at 12th Position after scoring 330 runs in 8 World Cup matches.
Other positive development is Pacer Umesh Yadav entering Top 20 for the first time in his career. He took 4 wickets in each of knockout games of ICC World Cup 2015.
South African skipper AB de Villiers retains the No.1 spot in ODI Rankings. He is only the 2nd South African (after Hashim Amla) to attain 900 points mark as a player.
Australian Pacer Mitchell Starc reaches No.1 spot for the first time in his career after ending up as highest wicket taker in World Cup 2015.