ICC T20I ranking: Shakib-Sabbir-Mustafizur at top among Bangladesh

International Cricket Council (ICC) has released the latest T20I rankings. The number one batsman is Australia’s Aaron Finch, the number one bowler is Pakistan’s Imad Wasim and Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan has hold on to his number one position in the all-rounder rankings. [নিউজটি বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ টি-টোয়েন্টির শীর্ষে ফিঞ্চ-ইমাদ-সাকিব]

The three match T20I series between Sri Lanka and India ended yesterday and the Lions had to suffer yet another whitewash. India is now in number two in the T20I rankings while Pakistan is  at the top. On the other hand, Bangladesh is still in number 10 position with Afghanistan still in 9.

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ICC T20I Rankings:

1. Pakistan (124)In th
2. India (120)
3. New Zealand (120)
4. West Indies (119)
5. England (119)
6. South Africa (112)
7. Australia (111)
8. Sri Lanka (90)
9. Afghanistan (86)
10. Bangladesh (76)

Replacing West Indies’ Evin Lewis, Aaron Finch has climbed up at the top once again. The Aussie opener has now 784 rating points, four more than Lewis. India’s Virat Kohli is in third with 776 rating points. Among, Bangladesh, Sabbir Rahman is at top. He is at 17th position with 605 points.

In the bowlers ranking, Pakistan’s Imad Wasim is at number one with 718 rating points and at second its the sensation leg spinner Rashid Khan with 717 points. Then comes India’s Jasprit Bumrah, West Indies’ Samuel Badree and South Africa’s Imran Tahir. Among Bangladesh, Mustafizur Rahman is at top as he is number 7th in the ICC rankings and Shakib Al Hasan at 9.

On the other hand, Shakib Al Hasan is at the top in the ICC all-rounder rankings with 352 rating points. Australia’s Glenn Maxwell is at number two with 330 points.



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