Afghanistan’s leg-spinner Rashid Khan remains at the top of the bowlers rankings
New Zealand’s left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner has climbed to the number two spot, after pushing Pakistan’s all-rounder Imad Wasim to the number three position, in the newly issued International Cricket Council (ICC) Twenty20 International (T20I) bowler’s rankings. Afghanistan’s leg-spinner Rashid Khan remains at the top of the bowlers in the said list.
Australia’s leg-spinner Adam Zampa is at the number four position while Pakistan’s leg-spinner Shadab Khan fell one spot below to the number five spot.
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South Africa’s Andile Phehlukwayo occupies the number six spot, England’s Adil Rashid occupies the number seven spot, Afghanistan’s Mujeebur Rehman occupies the number eight spot, Australia’s Ashton Agar occupies the number nine spot and England’s Chris Joran occupies the number-ten spot in the ICC T20I bowler’s rankings.
In the new ICC T20I batting rankings for men, Pakistan’s skipper Babar Azam occupies the top spot with 876 points. Australia’s skipper Aaron Finch occupies the second spot with 807 points while England’s batsman Dawid Malan occupies the third spot with 782 points.
The top-10 also includes players such as batsmen Glenn Maxwell, Hazratullah Zazai, Rohit Sharma, Lokesh Rahul, Martin Guptill and Eoin Morgan.
Pakistan’s opener Fakhar Zaman has fallen to the number 17 position in the ICC T20I batting rankings, after his mediocre performance in the recently concluded T20I series against Australia.