ICC T20I Rankings: Virat Kohli Ranks 4th, KL Rahul Retains At 6th Place

India skipper Virat Kohli has moved up a notch to the fourth spot, while KL Rahul has regained his sixth position in the latest ICC Men’s T20I rankings released on Wednesday (September 15).

Meanwhile, South African wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock has moved up four places to reach a career-best eighth position in the ICC Men’s T20I Player Rankings after some great performances in the series against Sri Lanka, in which his team finished 3rd. Won -0.

The left-hander topped the series with 153 runs, including an unbeaten 59 off 46 balls in the final match in Colombo, which his team won by 10 wickets. This is the first time that he is in the top 10 of the T20I rankings, but has achieved a career-high ranking of third in ODIs and sixth in Tests.

In the bowlers’ list, Aiden Markram is up 12 places to 11th while Bjorn Fortuyn (up 103 places to 43rd) and Enrique Nortje (up 29 places to 71st) have made rapid progress.

Sri Lanka’s Kusal Perera In the latest weekly update, 69 runs in two innings jumped 10 places to 38th position, including the last two matches of the Bangladesh-New Zealand series.

Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman has moved up two places to eighth in the series with eight wickets, while Nasum Ahmed (15th up 25 places) and Mehdi Hasan (20th up four places) also made significant progress. is of. However, Shakib Al Hasan has replaced Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan as the top pick for all-rounders.

New Zealand’s Tom Latham has moved up 22 places to 44th position after scoring an unbeaten 50 in the final, and Finn Allen has moved up 23 places to 66th with 41 in the same match.

In the ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings for Batsmen, Ireland’s William Porterfield is up seven places to 66th, Zimbabwe’s Craig Ervine is up five places to 72nd and the United States’ Jaskaran Malhotra, who hit sixes in an over in Papua New Guinea’s ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup In the Super League 2 match, Gaudi Toca has jumped 169 places to reach 132nd position.

In the bowlers’ list, Ireland pair Andy McBrine (up seven places to 27th) and Simi Singh (up 11 places to 38th), Nepal’s leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane (up 19 places to 91st) and Papua New Guinea’s Charles Amini. ‘s pair. (up 11 places to 96th) are among those leading the way.

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