In the bowler ranking, Mitchell Santner wins 10 slots to reach 13th place in the series against India with four wickets and Bhuvneshwar Kumar five to 19th with three scalps.
Published: November 24, 2021 3:30 PM |
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DUBAI: India’s opener KL Rahul secured fifth place, while Suryakumar Yadav galloped 24 places to 59th place in the ICC men’s T20I player ranking published on Wednesday.
Rizwan’s upward movement is on the rise owed 90 runs in the three-game series against Bangladesh, which his team won 3-0, while opening player Rahul has only six rating points behind him after scoring 80 in two games against New Zealand, a series that India also won 3-0.
New Zealander Martin Guptill won three slots to finish 10th and get 152 runs against India, while Rohit Sharma won 13th.
The Pakistani Fakhar Zaman is another player who climbs the list of batters from 40th to 35th place.
In the bowler list, Mitchell Santner wins 10 slots to finish 13th with four wickets in the series against India Reach place and Bhuvneshwar Kumar with three scalps five to 19.
Others advancing the list are Mahedi Hasan (plus six places in 12th place) and Shoriful Islam (plus three places on 40) from Bangladesh, as well as the Pakistani couple Shadab Khan (plus two Places in 14th place) and Hasan Ali (plus 16 places). to 44.).
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