KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma climb places, Kohli slides out of top 10

Indian opening batsman KL Rahul and his Pakistani counterpart Mohammad Rizwan have each climbed up a spot to face at fifth and fourth, respectively, within the ICC Males’s T20I Batsmen Rankings.

Persistently getting excessive scores, Rahul moved to 729 factors after accumulating 80 runs in opposition to New Zealand in two matches. Alternatively, Rizwan stands six factors forward after gathering 90 runs in three matches in opposition to Bangladesh. 

Two different Indian batsmen, Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav additionally climbed to face at thirteenth and 59th locations. Former Indian T20I skipper Virat Kohli moved out of high 10 to face and is now the eleventh finest batsman as per ICC Males’s T20I rankings.

In the meantime, New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill climbed from thirteenth to tenth along with his 152 runs within the T20I sequence in opposition to India.

Amongst bowlers, Bhuvnesh Kumar climbed to nineteenth whereas Deepak Chahar gained 19 locations to face at fortieth.

Listed here are the main gamers within the newest ICC Males’s T20I rankings:


1. Babar Azam, Pakistan: 809

2. Dawid Malan, England: 805

3. Aiden Markram, South Africa: 796

4. Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan: 735

5. Lokesh Rahul, India: 729

6. Aaron Finch, Australia: 709

7. Devon Conway, New Zealand: 703

8. Jos Buttler, England: 674

9. Rassie van der Dussen, South Africa: 669

10. Martin Guptill, New Zealand: 658


1. Wanindu Hasaranga, Sri Lanka: 797

2. Tabraiz Shamsi, South Africa: 784

3. Adam Zampa, Australia: 725

4. Adil Rashid, England: 719

5. Rashid Khan, Afghanistan: 710

6. Josh Hazlewood, Australia: 705

7. Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Afghanistan: 679

8. Anrich Nortje, South Africa: 655

9. Tim Southee, New Zealand: 633

10. Chris Jordan, England: 619


1. Mohammad Nabi, Afghanistan: 265

2. Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh: 231

3. Liam Livingstone, England: 179

4. Glenn Maxwell, Australia: 178

5. Wanindu Hasaranga, Sri Lanka: 173

6. Zeeshan Maqsood, Oman: 160

7. J.J. Smit, Namibia: 158

8. Aiden Markram, South Africa: 156

9. Moeen Ali, England: 154

10. Mitchell Marsh, Australia: 152

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