ICC T20I Rankings: Kohli and KL Rahul suffered losses, Babar Azam at number two and Rizwan at number four

ICC T20I Batsmen Rankings: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released the latest rankings of batsmen in T20 Internationals. Indian captain Virat Kohli and opener KL Rahul have suffered losses in the latest ICC rankings. On the other hand, Pakistan opener Mohammad Rizwan has achieved the best ranking of his career. He has come at number four with the advantage of three numbers.

Indian captain Virat Kohli slipped a place to fifth in the ICC Men’s T20 International Batting Rankings released on Wednesday despite his half-century against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup being played in the UAE, while his teammate KL Rahul lost two places and He has dropped to number eight.

Even though India had to face a crushing defeat by 10 wickets in the match against Pakistan. But in this match, captain Kohli played a fifty in 49 balls with 57 runs while Rahul scored only three runs.

Pakistan opener Mohammad Rizwan has moved up three places to the fourth position, which is his career-best ranking. Rizwan’s unbeaten 79 runs in the match against India and 33 runs in the team’s second win against New Zealand on Tuesday benefited Rizwan in the rankings.

South African batsman Aidan Markram scored 40 and 51 not out against Australia and West Indies respectively, helping him achieve his career-best ranking. He jumped eight places to occupy the third place. While England’s David Malan (831) is first and Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam (820) is at number two.

Top-10 Batsmen in T20 International-

1-David Malan (England) 831 points
2- Babar Azam (Pakistan) 820 points
3- Aidan Markram (South Africa) 743 points
4- Mohammad Rizwan (Pakistan) 727 points
5- Virat Kohli (India) 725 points
6-Aaron Finch (Australia) 720 points
7- Devon Conway (New Zealand) 714 Point
8- KL Rahul (India) 684 points
9- Evin Lewis (West Indies) 679 points
10- Hazratullah Zazai (Afghanistan) 671 points.


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