ISLAMABAD - The Pakistan duo of Salman Butt and Shahid Afridi, along with India opener Gautam Gambhir have achieved career-high rankings in the ICC, ODI Player Rankings at the conclusion of the tri-nation series in Bangladesh. According to International Cricket Council (ICC) official, Left-handed batsman Salman Butt, who has made a habit of scoring heavily against India, moved ahead seven steps to reach at 16th while Indian left-handed opener Gambhir also jumped up seven places to sit in 20th position in the ICC Player Rankings for ODI batsmen. Salman Butt, who was declared player of the tournament, retired hurt after hitting massive ton (129 runs) in Pakistan's 25-run victory over India in the final on Saturday in Mirpur. It was not only his highest score in 52 matches but also his seventh ODI century and fifth against traditional rivals India. However, Mohammad Yousuf occupying fourth place behind South Africa's Graeme Smith, Australia captain Ricky Ponting and Sachin Tendulkar of India, Salman is the second Pakistan batsman to figure in the top 20 lists. Also, Yunus Khan, who won the man-of-the-match award for his innings of 108, is at 33rd spot after improving one place. Gambhir, who finished as the leading scorer of the series with 209 runs, is the fourth India batsman in the top 20 after Tendulkar, captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (9th) and Yuvraj Singh (14th).  The New Delhi batsman had started the series in 27th position and if he manages to carry his form into the Asia Cup starting 24 June, he has a good chance of improving his ranking again as only 21 ratings points separate him from 15th place Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lanka. The biggest jump in the batting list has come from India opener Virender Sehwag, whose 150 runs in the series has helped him rocket 11 places to 38th position. In the ICC Player Rankings for ODI bowlers, Afridi is the biggest mover from the top draw. The wrist spinner strengthens his position in the top 10 by climbing four places to sixth, his best-ever ranking. Pakistan's Umar Gul, who was the leading wicket-taker in the series with nine victims, has jumped 10 places to 21st place. New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori with Australia's Nathan Bracken in second spot heads the bowling chart. Shahid may have fallen two places to 49th in batting list, but his seven wickets have ensured that he surges past teammate Shoaib Malik to the top of ICC Player Rankings for all-rounder. Batsmen Rank    (+/-)    Player    Team    Points     Ave    HS Rating 1    ( - )    Graeme Smith    SA     792    41.11    792 v Ban at Dhaka 2008 2    (+1)    Ricky Ponting    Aus    770    43.40    832 v NZ at Hobart 2007 3    (-1)    S .R. Tendulkar    Ind     765     44.33    887 v Zim at Sharjah 1998 4    ( - )    Mohd Yousuf     Pak     757    43.54    777 v SA at Rawalpindi 2003 5    ( - )    S. Chanderpaul    WI    740    40.24    754 v SA at Durban 1999 6    ( - )    Matthew Hayden     Aus    740    43.80    854 v Ind at Centurion 2003 7    ( - )    Mike Hussey    Aus    736    55.60    863 v NZ at Perth 2007 8    ( - )    Kevin Pietersen    Eng     735    48.18    834 v Aus at Antigua 2007 9    (+1)    MS Dhoni    Ind    734     45.45    806 v WI at Kingston 2006 10     (-1)    AB de Villiers     SA     733    37.66    733 v Ban at Dhaka 2008 11    ( - )    H. H. Gibbs    SA    718    36.53    750 v SL at Durban 2003 12    ( - )    Michael Clarke    Aus    717    44.04    756 v SL at Melbourne 2008 13    ( - )    Andrew Symonds    Aus    713    39.68    778 v Ind at Nagpur 2007 14    (+1)    Yuvraj Singh     Ind    701    36.26    739 v WI at Port-of-Spain 2006 15     (-1)    K. C. Sangakkara     SL     698    35.72    760 v Ind at Rajkot 2007 16     (+7)    Salman Butt     Pak    689    40.54    689 v Ind at Dhaka 2008 17    (-1)     Jacques Kallis    SA    688    45.21    816 v WI at Johannesburg 2004 18     (-1)    Chris Gayle     WI     687    38.93     804 v Aus at Mumbai 2006 19    (-1)     R. R. Sarwan     WI    681    44.12    798 v Ind at St Kitts 2006 20    (+7)    Gautam Gambhir     Ind    677    38.45    677 v Pak at Dhaka 2008 BOWLERS: Rank    (+/-)    Player    Team    Points    Ave    Econ    HS Rating 1    ( - )    Daniel Vettori    NZ     790    31.87    4.18    790 v Eng at Christchurch 2008 2    ( - )    Nathan Bracken    Aus    770    21.89    4.37    806 v SL at St George's 2007 3    ( - )    Shane Bond     NZ    736          19.32          4.20    811 v SA at St George's 2007 4    ( - )    Chaminda Vaas    SL    683    27.41    4.18    861 v SA at Colombo (RPS) 2004 5    ( - )     Kyle Mills     NZ     683    26.66     4.65     694 v Ban at Queenstown 2007 6    (+4)    Shahid Afridi     Pak     682     34.50     4.61    685 v Ind at Dhaka 2008 7     ( - )    Andre Nel    SA     682     26.95    4.61    685 v Ban at Dhaka 2008 8    (-1)    Daren Powell     WI     680    30.16    4.56     680 v SL at St Lucia 2008 9    (-1)    Jerome Taylor    WI    678    27.46    4.69    688 v SA at Cape Town 2008 10    (-1)    Brett Lee    Aus    671    22.81    4.71    853 v SA at Melbourne 2006 11    ( - )    M. Muralidaran     SL    658    23.00    3.87    913 v NZ at Sharjah 2002 12    ( - )    M. F. Maharoof    SL    644    24.39    4.65    671 v Eng at Dambulla 2007 13    ( - )    Brad Hogg    Aus    636     26.84    4.52    687 v Ind at Nagpur 2007 14    ( - )    Makhaya Ntini    SA     635     24.12     4.46    782 v WI at Cape Town 2004 15    ( - )    Andrew Flintoff    Eng     634    25.10    4.37    755 v Ban at Dhaka 2003 16    ( - )    Jacob Oram    NZ    634    31.24    4.48    768 v Aus at The Oval 2004 17    ( - )    M. G. Johnson    Aus    632    25.41    4.80     659 v SL at Melbourne 2008 18    (+1)    Lasith Malinga    SL    612    25.58    4.80    687 v Ban at Colombo (RPS) 2007 19    (+1)    Peter Ongondo    Ken     610    25.14    4.34    610 v Ber at Nairobi 2007 20    (-2)    Harbhajan Singh    Ind    606    33.51    4.18    735 v WI at Bridgetown 2002 ALL-ROUNDER: Rank    (+/-)    Player    Team    Points     HS Rating 1    (+1)     Shahid Afridi    Pak     358     360 v Ind at Dhaka 2008 2    (-1)    Shoaib Malik     Pak     340    402 v WI at Brisbane 2005 3    ( - )    Chris Gayle    WI     339    511 v Zim at Harare 2003 4    ( - )    Andrew Flintoff    Eng    337    544 v SL at The Rose Bowl 2004 5    ( - )    Jacob Oram    NZ    335     353 v Eng at Auckland 2008