ICC T20 Rankings: Virat Kohli moves to 15th; Suryakumar Yadav 4th
After having a solid performance in the Asia Cup, which was just just finished, star Indian hitter Virat Kohli has moved up 14 places to be placed 15th in the most current batting rankings for ICC Twenty20 Internationals.
In the continental tournament that was held in the United Arab Emirates, Kohli not only delivered a dominant batting showing (276 runs in five matches), but he also scored his first international century in over three years. As a result, he was awarded a number of valuable prizes.
Middle-order hitter Suryakumar Yadav remained the best-placed Indian batter as he maintained his hold on the fourth rank with 755 points in the batting list, which was led by Mohammad Rizwan of Pakistan (810).
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In addition, the Indian team's captain, Rohit Sharma, maintained his 14th place on the list with a total of 606 points.
On the list of bowlers, India's speedster Bhuvneshwar Kumar is now placed sixth, while the country's spinners Ravichandran Ashwin (up nine places to 41st) and Axar Patel (up 14 places to 57th) have also made significant improvements. Axar Patel is now ranked higher than he was before by 14 places.
As a result of their outstanding play at the Asia Cup, the Pakistani bowling tandem of Haris Rauf (up nine places to 25th) and Mohammad Nawaz (up seven places to 34th) were the players who made the most progress in the rankings.
However, the bowling list is still led by Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood, who has 792 points. He is followed by Tabraiz Shamsi (716), who is from South Africa, and Adil Rashid, who is from England (702).
Meanwhile, Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan has been dethroned as the best all-rounder by Shakib Al Hassan of Bangladesh. Shakib Al Hassan is from Bangladesh.