Following the finish of Afghanistan-Ireland and Australia-India T20I arrangement, the T20I rankings have been updated, Pakistan still leads the outlines.
Pakistan and Babar Azam stay at the best though Shadab Khan and Imad Wasim have climbed one-positioning each in bowler’s classification.
The main Pakistani player to drop in rankings is Fakhar Zaman, who lost 3 puts and is currently positioned as the ninth best T20I batsman on the planet.
The Afghanistan group took on Ireland which included record-breaking innings from Hazartullah Zazai. The left-gave opener scored 162* from only 62 balls. He figured out how to pick up an incredible 31 spots to achieve a profession best seventh position in the refreshed rankings.
Afghanistan is presently positioning above Sri Lanka in the updated ICC T20I rankings, moving to the eighth spot.
who was the best positioned batsman in the arrangement a year back, has increased two spaces to achieve the third position after scores of 56 and 113* that finished a 2-0 triumph in India, Australia’s first arrangement win in over 10 years against the champs of the debut ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2007.
Here are the main 10 groups as indicated by rankings updated on 28th February:
The player rankings have also changed slightly but Pakistan’s Babar Azam still remains at the top.
|2.||Colin Munro||New Zealand||825|
|3. (+2)||Glen Maxwell||Australia||815|
|4. (-1)||Aaron Finch||Australia||782|
|5. (-1)||Evin Lewis||West Indies||751|
|6. (+4)||Lokesh Rahul||India||726|
|7. (+31)||H. Zazai||Afghanistan||718|
|8. (+8)||D’Arcy Short||Australia||715|
|9. (-3)||Fakhar Zaman||Pakistan||700|
|10. (-2)||Alex Hales||England||697|