In the newly launched ICC T20 rankings, Indian captain Virat Kohli slipped to 10th place within the batsmen's checklist however KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma are in second and 11th place.
Kohli (673 factors) has misplaced one place. At the identical time, captain Eoin Morgan, who scored 136 runs with two half-centuries throughout England's 2–1 win towards South Africa, reached ninth place with a complete of 687 factors. <! –
Rohit, who was dominated out of the ODI sequence towards New Zealand resulting from Koff's harm, is ranked 11th within the batting rankings with 662 factors. Babar Azam of Pakistan leads the checklist. Azam has 879 factors. Rahul is in second place with 823 factors.
India's quick bowler Jasprit Bumrah is in joint 12th place with West Indies quick bowler Sheldon Jackson. South African left-arm spinner Tabrej Shamsi has moved into the highest 10 with a leap of 9 locations. He is in eighth place. England spinner Adil Rashid has overtaken Andil Fehlukwayo of South Africa to complete sixth.
Tom Curren, who was instrumental in England's two-run victory by taking 5 wickets within the sequence and throwing the decisive remaining over within the second match, has climbed 28 locations to the highest 30.
Among the batsmen, South Africa's Quinton Dyak rose 10 locations to 16th, whereas his opening associate Temba Bavuma jumped 127 locations to 52nd place. Bavuma scored 123 runs in three innings at a strike charge of 153.75. Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi prime the checklist of bowlers and all-rounders respectively.