The Pakistani nation’s pride Mohammad Rizwan has jumped up a spot and now sits at number 4 in the ICC Men’s T20I Batter Rankings after carrying out consistent performances against Bangladesh in the recent T20 games.

Rizwan was able to score 39 and 40 in the last two T20I games against Bangladesh. The youngster Haider Ali was also an impressive sight to watch as he scored 45 in 38 balls, which helped him jump 53 spots to 184.

Meanwhile, Pakistani Cricket team captain, Babar Azam, was able to retain his top spot in the rankings.


Martin Guptill was able to make a return into the top 10 of the ICC Men’s T20I Rankings after he carried out some great performances against India. He was able to register scores of 70, 31, and 51.

Indian sensation, KL Rahul, was successful in moving up a spot to No.5. Surprisingly KL Rahul is the only Indian player to feature in the top 10 of the rankings. Virat Kohli missed out on the series which eventually lead to his further drop down the rankings, he now sits on No.11

As for the bowler’s rankings, Mitchell Santner made a huge leap by moving up 10 spots to No.13. The Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar has also crept into the Top 20, he’s now placed at No.19

Mahedi Hasan, now at No.12, moved up six spots after his performances against Pakistan. Unfortunately, Shaheen Afridi dropped below the top 10, as Chris Jordan took his place. Hasan Ali was on the brighter side of things this time as he leapfrogged 16 spots to No.44. In bowling charts, Shadab Khan sits on No.14, and as for all-rounder rankings, he has joined Ben Stokes at No.44.

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