Dawid Malan replaces Babar Azam to claim top T20I ranking

Dawid Malan replaces Babar Azam to claim top T20I ranking


Lahore: England batsman Dawid Malan finished first in the MRF Tires ICC Men’s T20I Player Rankings after a series of fruitful home games against Australia. England finished 2 -1 wins.

The 33-year-old left-hander improved four places after 129 points in the series, with 66 players in the first game. Malan, who ranked second in November last year, is now eight points higher than Pakistan’s Babar Azam.

Maran’s teammates Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler also made progress in Wednesday’s update. Bairstow (Bairstow) won three open positions after 72 consecutive victories in the series, reaching a career-best 19th place, while Butler went from 40th after achieving 121 consecutive victories in both games. He rose to 28th, which also won him a player in the series.

In Australia, captain Aaron Finch’s 125 games helped him maintain third place. Glenn Maxwell also maintained his sixth place among cricket players, while gaining a position to rank second in the list of all-around players led by Mohammad Nabi in Afghanistan.

England’s leg spinner Adil Rashid won two positions with six wickets after winning the most successful bowler in the series, ranking seventh. The five wickets of Australia’s left arm spinner Ashton Agar kept him in third place, second only to the story of the Afghanistan spin against Rashid Khan and Mujeeb ur Ra​​​hman.

Australian fast bowler Kane Richardson entered the top ten of his career for the first time after winning three wickets in the series, and his compatriot Mitchell Starc (rising to seventh) It rose to eighteenth place) and Mark Wood of England (increased to fourth place to 41) achieved remarkable results.

At the same time, after briefly recognizing it as England in the series, Australia regained the top spot in the MRF Tires ICC men’s T20I team ranking.

Australia led its opponents by 278 points in the series, leading by 10 points, but was defeated by 273 points after losing the first two games, while England led before the decimal point. In the annual update on May 1 this year, Australia ranked first in this format for the first time, now with 275 points and England with 271 points.

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