New Delhi: India's win in the CB Series against world champions Australia become more sweet after the latest ICC ranking for the One-Day International batsmen put Sachin Tendulkar as the No. 1 batsman in the world.
Tendulkar replaced Australian skipper Ricky Ponting at the top of the rankings. Indian One-Day skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is at the 10th rank.
However, the Australian batsmen still dominate the batsmen ranking with four players in the top 10.
THE MASTER: Sachin Tendulkar carries the winner's trophy as he celebrates his team's victory over Australia.
While Ponting is No. 2, opening batsman Matthew Hayden is fifth, retired wicketkeeper/batsman Adam Gilchrist is sixth and Michael Hussey is at the seventh spot.