The home win of the recent Indian series against Sri Lanka has had major ramifications on the ICC T20I Player level that helps Indian team captain Shreyas Iyer to jump 27 big points in the newest player positions. Iyer scored an unbeaten half-century during India’s 3-0 win over Sri Lanka in February, with the 27-year-old netting a stunning 204 in a 174 strike range.
His effort helped him jump 27 points to 18th on new batter positions, while teammate Bhuvneshwar Kumar jumped three points to 17th on the ball. Sri Lanka’s Pathum Nissanka has scored 75 points in the second game of the series, and is rewarded with six points rising to ninth on the standings, while former Indian leader Virat Kohli – who is resting for the series – falls. out of the competition. top 10 after dropping five points to 15.
Another big hit with the bat at the T20I cricket this week was Muhammad Waseem of the UAE. His undefeated streak against Ireland in the final of the ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier A, helped him reach 12th place with the bat. That was the highest T20I rankings by any UAE batter, surpassing Shaiman Anwar in 13th place held in 2017. Sri Lanka’s Lahiru Kumara five wickets in the series with India placed him in the top 40 jerseys. most for the first time.
Other players who enjoyed a successful season at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier A included Zahoor Khan of the UAE (17 points to 42nd) and Josh Little Ireland (27 points to join-49th). Rohan Mustafa’s achievements with bat and football have lifted him to 6th place among all the travelers, a place below the best of the fifth place held in February 2020.
The biggest takeover on the test sites was South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada, who sold three to three points following his surprise appearance to New Zealand hosts. Rabada has managed 10 wickets during two doubles games, with a huge margin of 5/60 in the first innings of the Second Test helping the Proteas on their way to a major 198-run win.
Kiwi duo Kyle Jamieson (two points to fifth) and Tim Southee (one point to sixth) lost ground in the playoffs, with Australian captain Pat Cummins and Indian veteran Ravi Ashwin still leading the way. Marnus Labuschagne came as the top in batter testing, with New Zealander Devon Conway jumping six points to 17th in his 92nd innings in the second innings of the Second Test against South Africa.
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In the ODI rankings for men, veteran Rashid Khan also ranked his top 10 for the players who followed five wickets from the recent three-match series against Bangladesh. Rashid jumped six points to nine, while teammate Mehidy Hasan Miraz dropped two points to seventh in the next series. Sri Lanka’s Liton Das is the leading-performing actor in the ODI series between Bangladesh and Afghanistan, and has so far been 32nd best performing with bats.
Trent Boult remains at the top of the ODI bowler rank, while Pakistan right-hander Babar Azam leads the way for batters.