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ICC Rankings: Suryakumar slips to No. 2 in T20I batting list, Rizwan reclaims top spot | Cricket News


DUBAI: The Indian polisher in the framework Suryakumar Yadav lost its top spot in the ICC T20I list by a few ratings down Mohammed Rizwan of Pakistan, who regained their pole position in the latest rankings published on Wednesday.
The difference between the two is just 16 ranking points with Rizwan reclaiming his top spot with 854 points and Surya in second place with 838.
Surya continued their incredible ascent in 2022 by finishing India’s recent T20I series at home against South Africa for two half-century and being their top scorer with a total 119 runs.

Yadav 32 years old will have the opportunity to receive the highest bill in the near future ICC T20 World Cup in Australia.
Rizwan ended the last seven T20I series against England as the top scorer with an impressive 316 runs, but the reality is that the goalkeeper has been given the sixth game off of the series and only managed one of the decisive games in the Lahore series. which means right-handed people lose precious breathing space in the head charts.
The race for the top spot was so intense that Surya was even able to overtake his Pakistani opponent by a bold score in the final match of the series between India and South Africa in Indore, but the right-hander was just ahead. 8th.
Pakistan captain Babar Azam remains in third place on the latest T20I beaters rankings and shouldn’t be discounted as it reasserts its place at the top, while a host of other players from around the world has made huge strides on the latest set of leaderboards.
Indian Opener KL Rahul up seven places to 14th on his updated list of 108 runs from two games against Proteas, while South Africa’s Quinton de Kock trio (up eight places to 12th), Rilee Rossouw (up 23 places to 20th) and David Miller (up 10 places to 29th) are also eye-catching movers.
Reliable top-order player Dawid Malan has risen one place to fifth after a steady run of games for England against Pakistan, with team-mate Ben Duckett (up eight points to 24th) also in possession. upward movement.
While Australian track and fielder Josh Hazlewood maintains the top spot on the updated list for T20I pitchers, there is some shuffling behind him after completing two series recent matches in India and Pakistan.
Rotating duo Tabraiz Shamsi of South Africa and Adil Rashid of England each fell three places in the top 10, with Afghanistan ace Rashid Khan (second), Sri Lanka star Wanindu Hasaranga (third) and Australian veteran Adam Zampa (fourth) both jumped two steps each as a result.
The top 10 dominated by spin-offs has a new contender, with South African Keshav Maharaj jumping seven places to 10th overall after an impressive streak against India scored for the 32nd player. This age four players with an economy ratio just over seven.
Indian player Ravichandran Ashwin jumped 28 places to 20th overall, while British track and field athlete Reece Topley improved nine places to 14th after five goals in four games with Pakistan.
There was a slight change inside the top 10 in the latest roster for all rounds, with the brilliant Hardik Pandya dropping a spot to fifth overall as Afghanistan veteran Mohammad Nabi maintained his spot at the top.

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