ICC Men’s T20I: Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has moved up to 5th position in the ICC T20 rankings. Another Indian, Lokesh Rahul, finished fourth. India captain Virat Kohli has moved up to fifth in the International Cricket Council’s ICC T20 rankings. He finished fifth with 77 runs in the 3rd T20I match against England. India and England did not start the five-match series well. The goalie did not put up a good performance in the first match.
ICC Men’s T20I player rankings: Kohli jumps to 5th place, Buttler advances to top 20
In the second and third matches, the goalie passed fifty. While the Indian team won the second match, the Indian team was unable to win the third match. This gives England a 2-1 lead in the five-match series. The 4th match between the two teams will be played tomorrow in Ahmedabad. England’s David Malan tops the list of the top 20 batsmen in the international arena with 894 points.
Australian captain Aaron Finch is second with 830 points. Babur Assam of Pakistan and KL Rahul of India are third and fourth respectively. Babur Assam scored 801 points and Rahul 771 points. The goalie is in 5th place with 744 points. The goalie was in sixth place when the series started. He is currently one place ahead and fifth.
But Rahul, who was in second place at the start of the series, has now slipped two places to fourth. The reason for this is that he was out without taking any runs in the next two matches. At the same time, he is the only player in the Indian team to be ranked in the top three, five in international T20, Test and ODI cricket. The goalie, who is ranked No. 1 in ODIs, is also fifth in Tests.