Aaron Finch has moved into the top 10 of the ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings after a superb run in the 5-0 series whitewash against Pakistan.
The 32-year-old won player of the series award with 451 runs, including two centuries and two fifties at a stunning average of 112.75. Finch has moved 12 slots to reach joint-ninth position, tied with Shai Hope on 744 points - the Australian captain's highest in ODI career.
Finch’s opening partner Usman Khawaja has also gained six slots to reach career-best 19th position after scoring 272 runs in the series including three half-centuries while Glenn Maxwell has advanced 10 places to reach 23rd with 258 runs against Pakistan. Shaun Marsh has gained three slots to reach 44th after an aggregate of 182 runs.
Among bowlers, Adam Zampa (seven wickets) moved four slots to reach 45th and Nathan Coulter-Nile (seven wickets) moved 11 places to 49th in rankings. Jhye Richardson (up from 47th to 38th) is another one to move up.
For Pakistan, Imad Wasim has made gains after scoring 141 runs in the series and taking three wickets. The left-hander gained 16 places to reach 68th among batsmen, advanced seven places to reach 37th in the list of bowlers and moved from 16th to joint-sixth among all-rounders along with West Indies captain Jason Holder.
Among Pakistan batsmen, Haris Sohail moved 33 places to 58th, while Mohammad Rizwan 45 places to 101st. Both Haris and Rizwan scored two centuries in the series against Australia. Among bowlers, Yasir Shah moved four places up to the 62nd while Faheem Ashraf improved nine spots to the 70th.