ICC T20I Rankings: Indian opener Ishan Kishan moved up 68 spots to seventh overall in the batting rankings, and both Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Yuzvendra Chahal improved their standings in the current ICC T20 rankings, which were revealed on Wednesday.
Ishan Kishan moved up 68 spots in the T20I rankings to reach the seventh spot.
Kishan has been one of India’s most consistent players in the ongoing T20I
ICC T20I Rankings: Ishan Kishan, the opener for India, moved up 68 spots to take the seventh spot among batters. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Yuzvendra Chahal, who both bowl, also moved up in the latest ICC T20 rankings, which came out on Wednesday. Kishan has been one of India’s most consistent players in the ongoing T20I home series against South Africa. He has scored 164 runs in three games, including two half-centuries, and has made a huge jump to enter the top 10 among T20 batters. The 23-year-old batsman is the only Indian in the top 10; KL Rahul is 14th.
Rohit Sharma, who is the captain, and Shreyas Iyer have both moved down one spot to 16th and 17th, while Virat Kohli has moved down two spots to 21st.
Josh Hazlewood of Australia is back at the top of the list of T20 bowlers
ICC T20I Rankings: When it comes to bowlers, Bhuvneshwar moved up seven spots to 11th, and Chahal moved up four spots to 26th. Josh Hazlewood of Australia is back at the top of the list of T20 bowlers, while Sri Lanka’s Maheesh Theekshana has moved up 16 spots to eighth on the list.
In the Test rankings, fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has moved up one spot to number three. Behind his countryman Ravichandran Ashwin, who is still at number two.
Rohit and Kohli stayed in seventh and tenth place among batters
Ravindra Jadeja and Ashwin, on the other hand, remain at the top of the list of all-rounders.
Rohit and Kohli stayed in seventh and tenth place among batters. But England’s Joe Root is back at the top after hitting his second consecutive century in the ICC World Test Championship series against New Zealand.
Marnus Labuschagne after the first Test has taken the top spot
ICC T20I Rankings: Root, who was close to Marnus Labuschagne after the first Test, has taken the top spot back from the Australian batter and is now five rating points ahead of him. Joe Root has 897 points after scoring 176 in the first innings of the Nottingham Test. This is 20 points less than his highest score, which was 917 points. Root became number one for the first time in August 2015 and stayed there until December 2021. When Labuschagne passed him. So far, he has been the best in tests for 163 days.
In the past few years, Steve Smith (1,506 days), Kohli (469 days). And Kane Williamson (245 days) has also spent a lot of time at the top.
Ben Stokes has also made big gains
ICC T20I Rankings: Root’s countrymen Jonny Bairstow, who was named player of the match, and captain Ben Stokes have also made big gains. Bairstow’s 92-ball 136, helped England win by five wickets on the last day. Moved him up 13 spots to 39th place, while Stokes’ 75 not out moved him from 27th to 22nd place.
Batters Ollie Pope (up 22 places to 53rd) and Alex Lees (up 26 places to 86th) have also moved up the rankings. While seam bowler Matthew Potts has moved up 18 places to 59th after taking three wickets in the match.
Tom Blundell’s first-innings century helped him move up four places to 31st place
For New Zealand, Daryl Mitchell’s scores of 190 and 62 not out moved him up 33 places to a career-best 17th place. While Tom Blundell’s first-innings century helped him move up four places to 31st place.
Devon Conway moved up one spot to 23rd after getting scores of 46 and 52. Trent Boult has moved up four spots and is now in ninth place.
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