Pakistan captain, Babar Azam, has jumped to 3rd place within the newest Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) T20I rankings for batsmen.
In response to particulars, Azam moved up from the fourth spot because of the poor performances of Indian batsman, Lokesh Rahul, through the first three matches of the five-match T20I collection in opposition to England.
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Babar Azam is the one Pakistani batsman within the prime 10 of the ICC T20I rankings. Mohammad Hafeez is the subsequent highest-ranked Pakistani batsman after Azam in 43rd place on the T20I rankings.
Final week, Babar Azam had dropped to fourth place on the ICC T20I rankings attributable to a lackluster show through the T20I collection in opposition to South Africa.
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Apart from, Indian captain, Virat Kohli, has moved up one place to fifth because of back-to-back half-centuries through the ongoing T20I collection in opposition to England.
England’s Dawid Malan continues to occupy the highest spot whereas Australia’s Aaron Finch sits in second place on the ICC T20I rankings for batsmen.