Indian captain Virat Kohli strengthened his position at the top of ICC ODI rankings for batsmen by touching career-high 911 points.
His rise comes despite India losing the ODI series against England 1-2 last night.
Kohli, who earned just two points, ended the series with scores 75, 45, and 71.
His points are highest since Australia's Dean Jones tally of 918-points in March 1991.
Bowler Kuldeep Yadav broke into top-10 for the first time
Meanwhile, Kuldeep Yadav has broken into the top-10 for the first time in his career.
The left-arm wrist-spinner took nine wickets in the recent series, including six for 25 at Trent Bridge, which was rewarded with a rise of eight places to a career-high sixth position, ICC said.
Yadav is the second India bowler to feature in the top-10 after number-one ranked Jasprit Bumrah.
England batsman Joe Root placed second in ICC rankings
England batsman Joe Root's back-to-back centuries have helped him vault into second place in the ICC rankings list.
Root leapfrogged Babar Azam (Pakistan), Rohit Sharma (India), David Warner (Australia) and Ross Taylor (New Zealand) to a career-high second position.
Root had scores of 3, 113 not-out, and 100 not-out, which earned him 34 points and have now put him 93 points behind Kohli.
Jason Roy, Eoin Morgan also improved their rankings
Jason Roy moved up one place to 19th while Eoin Morgan is now in the 22nd spot after rising two places.
England pacer Liam Plunkett has gained one place and is now 20th, Mark Wood is on a career-high 26th ranking after rising two places and David Willey has jumped 11 places to claim the 31st position, ICC said.
England at 'No. 1' place, while India stands at 2
In the Team Rankings, number-one ranked England has moved to 127 points after gaining one point, while India has dropped one point to finish with 121 points. This means that the four-point pre-series gap has now extended to six points.