Shakib Al Hasan reclaims top spot of ICC T20I Player Rankings among all-rounders

Dubai [UAE]: Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan has recovered the leading place in the most up to date ICC T20I Men’s Player Rankings released on Wednesday.
The all-rounder regained his leading area after some top-class efficiencies in the just recently wrapped up tri-series against New Zealand and also Pakistan, in which he scored 154 runs in three innings with two back-to-back fifties. He is currently ahead of Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi, before Bangladesh’s ICC T20 World Cup campaign in Australia.
Namibia star JJ Smit (jumped four places to 4th), Zimbabwe’s Sikandar Raza (up by four places to 7th) additionally made some significant breakthroughs after an excellent begin to their T20 WC campaign.
The race for the leading batter is likewise set to be very intense as groups head towards the Super 12 phase. Celebrity Pakistan opener Mohammad Rizwan (861 points) prolonged his lead over India’s Suryakumar Yadav (838 points) as well as positions can see some activity after a smash hit clash at MCG in between these 2 arch-rivals.
Rizwan finished as the second-highest run-scorer with 201 runs in the just recently ended tri-series, in which he additionally racked up 2 fifties. Opener Babar Azam is still on the 3rd place in the rankings with 808 factors. The triad of Rizwan-Suryakumar-Azam will certainly continue to fight out for the 3rd spot during the T20 WC.
An additional noteworthy activity saw New Zealander right-hand batter Glenn Phillips jump 13 places to break into the leading 10 after an outstanding tri-series versus Pakistan and Bangladesh, in which he scored 130 runs in 4 innings with a half-century.
There was some motion among the bowlers too, with Afghanistan’s Mujeeb Ur Rahman going into the leading five after leaping 2 areas and also Keshav Maharaj transferring to number 8.
Australian joint bowler Josh Hazlewood (705 rating factors) maintained his top spot among T20 bowlers, but Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan (696 ), Sri Lanka’s Wanindu Hasanranga (692 words) and also South African rewriter Tabraiz Shamsi (688) are also close.

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