India drop to 4th spot in ICC ODI rankings

Updated: 07 September 2011 12:07 IST

Following their 7-wicket loss in the second One-Day International against England on Tuesday, India have dropped to the fourth spot in the ICC ODI rankings.

New Delhi:

Following their 7-wicket loss in the second One-Day International against England on Tuesday, India have dropped to the fourth spot in the ICC ODI rankings.

After washing out the first one-dayer, rain once again played spoilsport on Tuesday and forced the match to be reduced to a 23-over-a-side affair. Batting first, India made 187 runs which England successfully chased with five balls to spare.

Alastair Cook excelled with his unbeaten knock of 80 runs.

Topics : Cricket MS Dhoni Alastair Cook India England India in England, 2011
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