Shreyas Iyer and Pathum Nissanka rise, Virat Kohli drops out of top ten

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Kagiso Rabada moves up to No. 3 on the Test bowling table, while in the ODIs Rashid Khan has re-entered the top ten

Shreyas Iyer was the player of the series in India’s 3-0 T20I sweep of Sri Lanka after scoring 204 points with three unbeaten half-centuries earning him a remarkable 27-place promotion to No. 18 of the ICC classification for T20I. pasta. Even though Iyer won, Virat Kohli, who had been rested for the series, dropped out of the top ten in 15th, while Pathum Nissanka’s 75 in game two helped him to ninth place, an increase of six. squares.
In New Zealand, South Africa pulled off a remarkable bounce by winning the second Test in Christchurch to line up for the series. Kagiso Rabada was player of the match there for his eight wickets in the game – to go with a practice run of 47 – and that meant a big three-place rise to No. 3 among Test bowlers. Only Pat Cummins and R Ashwin are now above him.
After New Zealand’s disappointing performance, Kyle Jamieson fell two places to fifth and Tim Southee dropped a place to sixth among the Test bowlers, while Devon Conway’s 92s in the second set moved him up six places at No. 17.
Back to T20Is, and Muhammad Waseem’s 112 balls for 66 in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifying A Final against Ireland not only gave the UAE the title, but it gave it away. also placed 12th in batting in the format. It is now the highest level achieved by a UAE batsman in the T20I rankings, with Waseem overtaking the 13th place achieved by Shaiman Anwar in 2017.
Rohan Mustafa also had a decent tournament at Al Amerat with ball and bat, as he scored 96 runs in four innings and grabbed eight wickets – which propelled him to sixth place among allrounders, one below his career-high fifth, which he reached in February 2020.
In Bangladesh, the home team won an ODI series against Afghanistan 2-1. Litton Das hit 136 and 86 in games two and three there, which put him at a career-best 32nd among batters, and while Mehidy Hasan Miraz fell two spots to seventh among bowlers, Rashid Khan re-entered the top ten – at No 9 – after picking up five wickets.

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