In-form India batter Suryakumar Yadav consolidated his top spot in the batting chart, whereas left-arm pacer Arshdeep Singh climbed to a career-best 23rd place amongst bowlers in the most recent ICC T20I rankings launched on Wednesday.
Yadav, who has been in scorching kind, has amassed 225 runs from 5 matches at a strike-rate of virtually 200 in the continuing T20 World Cup. He achieved a career-high ranking of 869 factors to proceed because the primary batter in the format.
In India’s final group match, Yadav blasted a 25-ball 61 as he added six factors in the weekly rankings replace to go 39 factors away from second-placed Mohammad Rizwan of Pakistan.
Next in the record is New Zealand’s Devon Conway, 90 factors adrift of Yadav, whereas Pakistan captain Babar Azam is an additional seven factors behind the Kiwi in fourth place.
India vice-captain KL Rahul’s half-centuries towards Bangladesh and Zimbabwe have lifted him 5 positions to sixteenth whereas Virat Kohli and skipper Rohit Sharma are eleventh and 18th respectively.
In the bowling chart, making a quiet progress in Australia along with his well timed breakthroughs, Arshdeep has gained 4 slots to go to 23rd place, one behind his Pakistani counterpart Shaheen Shah Afridi.
Senior spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, alternatively, has superior 5 locations to thirteenth after selecting up three Zimbabwe wickets.
Meanwhile Sri Lankan thriller spinner Wanindu Hasaranga, who’s the main wicket-taker of the continuing T20 World Cup, is again at the primary bowler.
Hasaranga, who took 15 wickets throughout Sri Lanka’s Super 12 end in the T20 showpiece, ended Afghanistan spinner Rashid Khan’s reign at the top, regaining the primary spot that he final held in November final 12 months.
In the all-rounder’s rankings, Zimbabwe’s Sean Williams is the one new arrival in top 10, whereas Shadab Khan of Pakistan jumped 10 locations to 15.
There is one new arrival in the top 10 of the rankings for bowlers too, with England’s Adil Rashid rising to eighth, one spot behind his compatriot Sam Curran.
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