Shubman Gill left Babar Azam behind in this matter, Dhoni missed breaking this record
India's young opening batsman Shubhman Gill has reached the top of the ICC rankings by surpassing Pakistan captain Babar Azam. He achieved this great achievement at the age of only 23. He has become the second fastest Indian batsman to achieve this feat.
The Indian record in this matter is in the name of former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Mahendra Singh Dhoni became the world's number one batsman in the first 38 innings itself. Whereas it took 41 innings for Shubhman Gill to achieve this feat.
Shubhman Gill has scored a total of 1449 runs this year at an average of 63, which includes five centuries and 7 half-centuries. Shubman Gill's performance in international cricket this year has been very good. Whereas Pakistani captain Babar Azam has lost the number-1 position in ODI after 950 days.