ICC T20I Rankings: KL Rahul jumps to fifth, Virat Kohli slips out of prime 10

Within the newest T20I rankings launched by Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC), Indian opener KL Rahul, Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Rizwan and New Zealand star Martin Guptill have shined within the prime 10 checklist for batters.

Guptill has returned to the highest 10 of the T20I Rankings for batters after scoring 70, 31 and 51 within the recently concluded three-match T20I series against India. The precise-handed batter has gained three positions to say the quantity 10 spot.

Equally, Rahul additionally rose to 1 place on the batters’ chart. The Karnataka star, who made a match-winning 49-ball 65 within the second T20I towards Black Caps, has reached the fifth place. One other gainer is Rizwan, who has attained the quantity 4 spot because of his consistency within the shortest format. Within the three-match T20I collection in Bangladesh, Rizwan gained one spot after his 39 and 40 within the last two matches.

Newly-appointed India skipper Rohit Sharma has gained two spots to amass thirteenth place within the batters rankings. The Mumbaikar confirmed excellent consistency within the three-match leg towards New Zealand. Rohit made 159 runs in three matches at an excellent common of 53.

Nonetheless, former India T20I skipper Virat Kohli, who missed the New Zealand T20I collection, dropped out of the highest 10 for batters, falling three positions to quantity 11. Different gainers within the prime 10 are England’s Jos Buttler and South Africa’s Rassie van der Dussen, who’ve climbed one spot every to succeed in eighth and ninth place, respectively.

Amongst the bowlers’ rankings, Black Caps spinner Mitchell Santner has moved up 10 slots to succeed in the thirteenth place, because of his 4 wickets within the collection towards India. Equally, Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has progressed 5 locations to nineteenth with three scalps towards New Zealand.

England pacer Chris Jordan has superior one place to enter within the prime 10 rankings for bowlers headed by Sri Lanka’s Wanindu Hasaranga.

Tabraiz Shamsi, Adam Zampa, Adil Rashid and Rashid Khan have retained their positions, together with Josh Hazlewood, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Anrich Nortje and Tim Southee.

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