3 All-rounders who can dethrone Rashid Khan from top of the ICC ODI rankings

3 All-rounders who can dethrone Rashid Khan from top of the ICC ODI rankings

His No.1 spot isn't completely safe and he could be dethroned soon if he doesn't fare well with the bat.

Mitchell Santner

Mitchell Santner
Mitchell Santner of the Blackcaps celebrates. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

Mitchell Santner is always believed to be the true successor for Daniel Vettori. He is highly clinical with the ball and bowls economical spells. Furthermore, he is more than capable with the willow as well and has got two Test fifties and two ODI fifties to his name. Coming down the order, he can add some vital runs to the teams total and has the ability to clear the fence at ease.

He has represented the Kiwis in 56 ODI games thus far in his career. He scored 788 runs and picked up 60 wickets. Santner was out of action for about nine months last year due to an injury. This, upto a certain extent, had an impact on his ranking. He currently stands fifth on the list and is capable of moving up the ladder in quick time.

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