Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) released the latest world rankings on Wednesday. The players of the Indian team have benefited enormously from this ranking. Rishabh Pant, Mohammed Siraj and Washington Sundar jumped up the rankings after Team India won the Test Series against Australia.
The breath of the Rishabh pants
Rishabh Pant of India became the world’s highest-ranked wicket-keeper batsman in an 89-point unbeaten end in Brisbane’s test match against Australia.
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In the latest world rankings released Wednesday by the International Cricket Council (ICC), Pant climbed to 13th position in the batsman list, which is the best ranking of his career.
Pant (Rishabh Pant), who makes a special identity for himself because of his aggressive hitter, has 691 points. Among the wicket-keeper beaters, he is followed by South African Quinton Dickock who is in 15th place with 677 points.
Loss against kohli
Australian batsman Marnus Labuschen reached third, ahead of Indian captain Virat Kohli (862 points) on the basis of the first innings of the century in Brisbane. Labushen has 878 points. Kohli did not play the last three games of the Australian tour due to paternity leave.
New Zealander Kane Williamson (919) and Australian Steve Smith (891) are in the first two places.
Young Indian opener Shubman Gill continued to lead. He moved from 68th to 47th on the basis of a superb 91-point inning in the second inning, while middle-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara moved up one place to seventh.
Siraj and Sundar took advantage
In the list of bowlers, Mohammed Siraj jumped 32 places to reach the 45th position. He took six wickets in the game, including five wickets in the second inning.
Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur, who are playing their first test match, also won the standings by their contributions at stick and bowling.
Washington Sundar is 82nd at bat and 97th at bowling, while Thakur is 113th at bat and 65th at bowling.
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Australian captain Tim Paine climbed three places to 42nd from 50 and 27 points, while fast bowler Josh Hazlewood moved up to fourth, overtaking New Zealander Tim Southee. He took a total of six wickets in the game, including five wickets in the opening innings.
England’s Joe Root returned to the top five of the batting list on the basis of a 228-point set in the first test match against Sri Lanka. He has 783 points, which is his highest score in the past two years. Route six stages ahead.