Virat Kohli misplaced the primary crown, Steve Smith of Australia reached the highest for the eighth time

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Indian cricket staff captain Virat Kohli was dismissed cheaply in each innings of the Wellington Test match in opposition to New Zealand. Kohli has to bear the brunt of dropping the highest spot within the ICC Test batsmen rankings. Kohli scored 21 runs within the Wellington Test yesterday. The captain of Team India has slipped to second place with 906 factors. Ajinkya Rahane, Cheteshwar Pujara and Mayank Agarwal are ranked eighth, ninth and 10th respectively on this record.

Rahane, who scored 75 runs within the first Test, has gained one place. <! –

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                 Mayank returned to his career-best rankings by scoring 92 runs within the second innings, together with a half-century. Pujara has slipped two locations after scoring 11–11 in each innings.

Australia's Steve Smith has as soon as once more reached the highest as a result of departure of Kohli. Smith turned the world's primary Test batsman for the primary time in June 2015, reaching the highest for the eighth time. Apart from Smith and Kohli, the final time Kane Williamson turned the world's primary batsman for eight days in December 2015.

Ashwin misplaced one place in bowling rankings

Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who took three wickets for 99 runs within the first innings in opposition to New Zealand, is on the ninth place after dropping one place within the bowling record. He is the one Indian bowler within the prime 10 with 765 factors.

Fast bowler Ishant Sharma, who took 5 wickets within the first Test, returned after the harm, is ranked 17th by gaining one place. New Zealand quick bowlers Tim Southee and Trent Boult have gained rather a lot within the rankings, taking 9 and 5 wickets respectively within the first Test in opposition to India.

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Saudi has gained eight locations to succeed in quantity six. This is Saudi's finest rating after a career-best fifth rating in June 2014. Bolt is in joint 13th place with the benefit of 4 locations.

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