Babar has now slipped six rating points behind Gill, securing the second position. Presently, Gill boasts a rating point of 830, followed closely by Babar (824) and South Africa's Quinton de Kock (771).

Shubman Gill's rise to the No.1 spot was not the only positive development for India in the rankings. Cricket icon Virat Kohli also made a notable climb, breaching the top five due to his stellar performances in the World Cup. 

Additionally, in the bowlers' rankings, Mohammed Siraj secured the top position among ODI bowlers after claiming 10 wickets in the World Cup.

Furthermore, Shreyas Iyer's impressive performance propelled him 17 places higher, landing him in the 18th position on the list of ODI batters. 

Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman also made significant progress, ascending three spots to 11th place, and Afghanistan's Ibrahim Zadran climbed six spots to 12th position, reflecting the dynamic shifts in the ODI rankings.