Adil Rashid soars to top in ICC Men’s T20I Player Rankings

Adil Rashid soars to top in ICC Men’s T20I Player Rankings. Rashid took five wickets in three matches during the last week, propelling him to the top of the bowlers’ list for the first time in his career.

Adil Rashid of England has moved up two spots to the top of the ICC Men’s T20I Player Rankings after consistent performances in the five-match series against the West Indies, which is tied at 2-2 with one match remaining. 

Rashid grabbed five wickets in the three matches played over the past week to move to the top of the bowlers’ list for the first time in his career, overtaking other leg-spinners Rashid Khan of Afghanistan and Ravi Bishnoi of India.

Tabraiz Shamsi of South Africa and Kuldeep Yadav of India are among those who have advanced. Shamsi has gone into the top 10, while Yadav’s five-wicket haul in the series finale against South Africa in Johannesburg has taken him up 13 places to 24th.

South Africa spinner Keshav Maharaj (up five spots to 19th) and India fast bowler Mohammad Siraj (up 37 spots to 69th) are among those who have moved up following the latest weekly rankings update.

West Indies opener Brandon King, who scored a match-winning 82 not out off 52 deliveries in the second match of the series, has risen six places to sixth in the batters rankings, while Nicholas Pooran (up two places to 12th) and Rovman Powell (up 14 places to 23rd) have also advanced.

England’s Phil Salt has risen to 20th place, and India’s Yashaswi Jaiswal has risen to 14th place in the list, which is led by his teammate Suryakumar Yadav.

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Despite the fact that Ireland players were in the spotlight following their 2-0 series triumph over Zimbabwe.

Harry Tector (up one spot to seventh) and Curtis Campher (up 19 spots to 73rd) advanced in the batting rankings, while Mark Adair (up nine spots to 24th), Andy McBrine (up two spots to 27th), and Joshua Little (up 28 spots to 34th) all advanced.

KL Rahul (up two spots to 16th) has also advanced in the batting rankings. While Trent Boult (up one spot to seventh) Shoriful Islam (up 14 spots to 59th) have advanced in the bowling rankings.

Australia opener David Warner has moved up nine places to 27th. After reaching 164 in the first innings of the first Test against Pakistan. While Usman Khawaja’s performances of 41 and 90 have moved him up three places to fourth. Pakistan’s hitters to advance are opener Imam Ul Haq (up one spot to 29th) and Agha Salman (up two spots to 32nd).

Australia skipper Pat Cummins has moved up to third place in the Test bowling rankings. Spinner Nathan Lyon is fifth, and Josh Hazlewood is in the top ten. Pakistan debutants Aamer Jamal and Khurram Shahzad are 74th and 87th in the standings, respectively.

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