Riding on his brilliant century against England. Inside the moment Test at Lord’s, KL Rahul jumped 19 spots to 37th place. Whereas his captain Virat Kohli kept on remain India’s top-ranked. Too, the batsman is at a fifth position. Within the most recent ICC rankings discharged on Wednesday.
KL Rahul had re-entered the rankings in 56th position final week. They had scored 129 in India’s first innings. Against England to play a huge part in his side’s 151-run win.
Captain Virat Kohli had dropped a spot final week. Also, remained inactive at fifth, while opener Rohit Sharma and wicketkeeper-batsman. Rishabh Pant also held their 6th and seventh spots separately.
England captain Joe Root, who begun the series in fifth place. Also, and overwhelmed Kohli after the first match. Against India, has risen another two spaces to be at second position after the second Test. He is on 893 rating focuses, only eight less than New Zealand captain Kane Williamson.
India’s Ravindra Jadeja moved down a spot. Also, to third in Test all-rounders’ rankings. Which moreover highlights senior India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin at the fourth spot.
India speedster Jasprit Bumrah dropped a spot. Also, to 10th whereas his individual pacer Mohammad Siraj. They took four wickets in each innings at Lord’s. It will make significant gains, climbing 18 spots to reach the 38th position.
Pakistan captain Babar Azam moved up two openings to the eighth position. After scores of 30 and 55 within the first Test. Against West Indies in Kingston.
West Indies won by one wicket by Jermaine Blackwood. It has picked up nine openings to reach the 35th position. After getting into the 22 and 55 positions. All-rounder Jason Holder is up to five places to 43rd and captain Kraigg.
Lastly, Holder has also moved into the best 10 for bowlers. He is four wickets in the match lifting him two places to ninth position. Fast bowler Jayden Seales has taken off 39 places to 58th. After his eight-wicket match pull while Kemar Insect is another gainer. Also, moving up two places to 11th. For Pakistan, left-arm quick bowler Shaheen Afridi has gained four spaces. Moreover, to reach 18th position after taking four wickets in each innings.