Home Cricket Ravindra Jadeja Reclaims Top Spot in All-Rounders’ Charts; Babar Azam Moves to fifth in Batting List

Ravindra Jadeja Reclaims Top Spot in All-Rounders’ Charts; Babar Azam Moves to fifth in Batting List

Ravindra Jadeja Reclaims Top Spot in All-Rounders’ Charts; Babar Azam Moves to fifth in Batting List

Pakistan skipper Babar Azam, using on among the best innings of his cricketing profession towards Australia within the second Test at Karachi, has made huge good points within the newest ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings for batters launched on Wednesday, transferring up three spots to No.5 on the chart.

Three Indian cricketers — Rohit Sharma (seventh), Virat Kohli (ninth) and Rishabh Pant (tenth) — have maintained their positions within the rankings for batters, which is led by Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne and adopted by England skipper Joe Root.

The Pakistan skipper was at his wonderful greatest towards Australia throughout the second Test as he batted for nearly two days to attain a marathon knock of 196 in 425 deliveries because the hosts pulled off a sensational draw.

Other star performers with the bat from the identical match — Mohammad Rizwan and Australia’s Usman Khawaja — have additionally taken huge a large leap. Rizwan has moved up six spots, to be joint No.11 alongside Australia’s David Warner after his unbeaten knock of 104 within the second innings. Khawaja, who scored 160 and 44 not out in Karachi, strikes up 11 spots to No.13.

West Indies skipper Kraigg Brathwaite is one other huge mover, gaining 16 spots as much as No.27 after scoring 160 and 56 not out within the second Test towards England on the Kensington Oval in Barbados.

In the bowling charts, Shaheen Afridi has moved down one spot to No.6 after struggling within the Karachi Test, selecting up solely two wickets within the match. Australian pacer Mitchell Starc, who picked up three scalps within the first innings, strikes up one place to No.15.

India’s Ravichandran Ashwin and tempo bowler Jasprit Bumrah proceed to carry on to their second and fourth sports activities respectively on the bowlers’ record, which is led by Australia’s Pat Cummins.

In the all-rounders’ chart, India’s Ravindra Jadeja is again on the No.1 spot, whereas West Indies’ Jason Holder has dropped to No.2 after struggling throughout the second Test in Barbados. Holder picked up just one wicket and aggregated 12 runs within the match. R. Ashwin continues to carry on to the No. 3 spot amongst all-rounders behind Holder.

Australian skipper Cummins has moved up one spot to No.8 after aggregating three wickets and scoring 34 not out within the first innings of the Karachi Test.

In the ODI charts, South African gamers are the large gainers after their seven-wicket win towards Bangladesh within the second match in Johannesburg. Quinton de Kock, who scored a blistering 41-ball 62 strikes up one place to No.3 within the batting charts.

Kagiso Rabada, who picked up his second ODI five-wicket haul, strikes up 5 locations to No.8 within the bowling rankings, breaking into the highest 10.

There is a few excellent news for Bangladesh although, as Mehidy Hasan good points 4 locations within the all-rounders’ rankings after a knock of 38 and selecting up one wicket within the second ODI.

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