ICC test ranking: Ajinkya Rahane reaches 6th, Ravichandran Ashwin 7th, Virat Kohli remains n ° 2 | ICC test ranking: Ajinkya Rahane wins, Virat Kohli remains number two

Dubai: Indian team captain Virat Kohli retained second place in the ICC Test batsman standings, while interim captain Ajinkya Rahane (Ajinkya Rahane) climbed five places to sixth. Rahane scored 112 and 27 not out in the second test against Australia in Melbourne to help India win by eight wickets. He reached 5th place in the ranking in October of last year.

Ravichandran Ashwin climbed two places to 7th, while fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah climbed to 9th. Ravindra Jadeja, who won 3 wickets with 57 points in the second test, remains in third place in the versatile list. He is 7 points behind Jason Holder. He was 36th at bat and 14th at bowling.

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Shubman Gill, who made his Test debut in Melbourne, is 76th and Mohammed Siraj (77) and Mohammed Siraj are 77th. Cheteshwar Pujara slipped two places to 10th position. Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc reached 5th position. At the same time, drummer Matthew Wade reached the top 50. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson beat Australian Steve Smith to take first place. Smith slipped to third place.

A change at the top of the batting standings
Earnings for Indian and Australian Bowlers
Big progress for South African players

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Williamson had already peaked for some time in 2015. He dominated the first Test against Pakistan in Tauranga by scoring a century. He is 11 points ahead of Kohli, who will be unable to play the remainder of the game against Australia due to paternity leave. Pakistani Fawad Alam climbed 80 places to 102nd place, while Mohammad Rizwan is in 47th place, the best career record.
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