Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan, has continued his incredible rise in the ICC T20I rankings. By surpassing former Indian captain Virat Kohli to hold the record for the longest time as the world's top hitter.
Pakistani cricketer Babar has now overtaken Kohli's previous record of 1,013 days as the top-ranked T20I batter. Which he held during his reign over the previous ten years.
The top-ranked batter in T20 Internationals and One-Day Internationals has expressed his desire. To compete for the top spot in all three game types.
On the other hand Indian cricketer Ishan Kishan has lost his place by one spot. From the top 10 among batters in the most recent T2OI rankings recently. ICC declared them public on Wednesday.
Following his brilliant series with the bat against India recently. In the same way, Ireland's rising star Harry Tector also rose a stunning 55 places to 66th. While Deepak Hooda in addition to climbing a staggering 414 ranks subsequently to tie for 104th overall.
Now following the conclusion of England's home series further against New Zealand. There was subsequently significant movement behind top-ranked Test hitter Joe Root, in fact, he maintained a slim lead.
On the most recent batter rankings, Player of the Series Daryl Mitchell in the same way moved up four ranks to 12th. While currently, fellow Kiwi Tom Blundell finally advanced eleven slots to 20th.
Jonny Bairstow is playing on the side of the England squad. Recently he attracted many people to him because on the list of Test batsmen he raised 20 spots to 21st.
On the most recent rankings for bowlers. New Zealand's workhorse Neil Wagner fell one spot to 10th, with England's Stuart Broad. And Jack Leach rose one spot each to 13th and 25th, respectively.
Following a lackluster second Test against the West Indies subsequently. Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan slipped to third on the all-rounder rankings. With India's seasoned Ravi Ashwin replacing him.
Kyle Mayers, a left-hander for West Indies, moved up three spots to seventh on the all-rounder list. His effort against Bangladesh earned him Player of the Match honors.
In the recent ODI rankings, one of the top white bowlers in the world is Josh Hazlewood of Australia. He has moved his place up to two spots.
Hazlewood already holds the top spot in the T20I rankings. He has risen to the top spot in the ODI rankings thanks to a good performance of 2/22 in the final 50-over. In which they played a series against Sri Lanka.
During the absence of Chris Woakes in England's recent ODI series against the Netherlands. They seem to fall two spots in the ranking. Shaheen Afridi from PCB who is the fastest bowler has also ranked afterward behind the fastest bowler.
The top 10 ODI batter rankings also saw a slight rearrangement simultaneously. With Root and Shai Hope moving up to tie for 10th place, bumping Australia captain Aaron Finch down to 12th.