In the ICC T20 Rankings for batters, India’s Suryakumar Yadav has passed Pakistan’s skipper Babar Azam for second place.
Suryakumar accomplished the milestone following his outstanding innings of 69 off 36 pitches in India’s victory over Australia in the third and final T20I, which sealed the series 2-1.
In the second game against England, Babar Azam scored his second century in 20-over matches. His victory allowed him to move up to third place in the batting order.
Other Indian batters that have gained their ranking are Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. India’s top 3 batters are now in the top 15 of ICC T20I batters. Virat Kohli is at no. 15 while Captain Rohit Sharma is at the no. 13 spot.
Mohammad Rizwan, a teammate of Babar’s, has reclaimed the top rank as a result of his brilliant batting in the current series against England. In the second, third, and fourth T20I matches, Rizwan scored 88*, 8, and 8. The current score in the seven-match T20I series between Pakistan and England is 2-2.
Aaron Finch, the captain of Australia, climbed one spot to take over at No. 5 after scoring 31 against India in the second T20I. Axar Patel of India is now ranked No. 18 on the bowling list after taking the most wickets in the series against Australia.
After underwhelming performances in the three-match T20I series between India and Australia, Adam Zampa (No. 6) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (No. 10) have both dropped one spot each.
Mohammad Nabi, the captain of Afghanistan, has supplanted Shakib Al Hasan as the top all-rounder in the rankings. After his outstanding efforts in the series against Australia, Hardik Pandya has now climbed into the top four.
Pandya contributed with some useful overs and scored 9 and 25 not out in the last two T20Is against Australia. He is now tied for fourth with Wanindu Hasaranga of Sri Lanka.