ICC T20I Rankings: Virat Kohli Gains One Place, KL Rahul Remains In 6th

ICC T20I Rankings: Virat Kohli Gains One Place, KL Rahul Remains In 6th

T20I Rankings: KL Rahul, the most elevated positioned Indian batsman, increased 26 focuses however stayed in the sixth spot while India commander Virat Kohli scaled a spot to ninth.

KL Rahul is set sixth in the T20I rankings while Virat Kohli sits in ninth position.© AFP

Highlights

1.    India opener KL Rahul has held his 6th situation in T20I rankings

2.    Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan increased a spot each in the rankings

3.    Virat Kohli is in ninth position while Shikhar Dhawan is in the fifteenth spot

India opener KL Rahul has held his 6th position while commander Virat Kohli and left-hander Shikhar Dhawan have increased one spot each in the most recent ICC T20I Rankings for batsmen in the wake of highlighting in the three-coordinate arrangement against Sri Lanka that they won 2-0 with one match canceled. KL Rahul, the most elevated positioned Indian batsman, increased 26 focuses and is presently on 760 rating focuses, only six behind Australia's Glenn Maxwell after scores of 45 and 54 in his two innings against Sri Lanka. Kohli, top-positioned in Tests and ODIs, is in ninth position while Shikhar Dhawan, who scored 32 and 52 in the two games, is in the fifteenth spot. Manish Pandey has climbed four spots to be positioned 70th. The rundown is bested by Pakistan's Babar Azam.

India's quick bowlers have additionally made remarkable gains in the first T20I update of the year.

Navdeep Saini, 'Player of the Series' against Sri Lanka, has soared 146 spots to 98th while Shardul Thakur has returned in 92nd situation after both completed with five wickets in the arrangement. Jasprit Bumrah has increased eight spots to arrive at the 39th situation in the rundown beat by Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan.

In the group rankings, India has increased two focuses however stay in the fifth situation with 260 focuses, while Sri Lanka has lost two focuses and now has 236, equivalent to Afghanistan.

India will currently be partaking in the three-coordinate ODI arrangement against Australia before playing five T20Is in New Zealand.

 

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