Virat Kohli, KL Rahul improve positions in ICC T20I Rankings

First Published Dec 23, 2020, 5:24 PM IST

India is coming off a 2-1 win against Australia in the three-match Twenty20 International series. India remains in the third spot of the ICC T20I Rankings, while Australia is a place above, in the second place. Meanwhile, some of the players have improved their spots.

<p>Team India is on a roll in the shortest format for the game, having come off a 2-1 win in the three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series against Australia. Furthermore, the victory was all due to some Indian players' prolific performances.</p>

Team India is on a roll in the shortest format for the game, having come off a 2-1 win in the three-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series against Australia. Furthermore, the victory was all due to some Indian players' prolific performances.

<p>The likes of skipper Virat Kohli and KL Rahul have improved their place in the latest ICC T20I Rankings. Furthermore, some Australians, too, have shuffled their positions of late.</p>

The likes of skipper Virat Kohli and KL Rahul have improved their place in the latest ICC T20I Rankings. Furthermore, some Australians, too, have shuffled their positions of late.

<p>Among the batsmen, wicketkeeper-batsman Rahul stays in the third spot and is behind Babar Azam and Dawid Malan, placed second and first. As for Kohli, he has improved a position and has risen to the seventh spot. Skipper Aaron Finch stays in the fourth spot among the Australians, while Glenn Maxwell rises a place to the sixth.</p>

Among the batsmen, wicketkeeper-batsman Rahul stays in the third spot and is behind Babar Azam and Dawid Malan, placed second and first. As for Kohli, he has improved a position and has risen to the seventh spot. Skipper Aaron Finch stays in the fourth spot among the Australians, while Glenn Maxwell rises a place to the sixth.

<p>Among the bowlers, no Indian features in the top-10. The highest placed Indian in the list is Washington Sundar, who is currently in the 12th spot. Among the Australians, spinner Adam Zampa stays on fourth and fellow spinner Ashton Agar on the sixth place, while Afghanistan's Rashid Khan claims the top spot.</p>

Among the bowlers, no Indian features in the top-10. The highest placed Indian in the list is Washington Sundar, who is currently in the 12th spot. Among the Australians, spinner Adam Zampa stays on fourth and fellow spinner Ashton Agar on the sixth place, while Afghanistan's Rashid Khan claims the top spot.

<p>As for the all-rounders, once again, no Indian features in top-five or top-20. Maxwell stays in the third spot among the Australians, while Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi consolidates the top spot.</p>

As for the all-rounders, once again, no Indian features in top-five or top-20. Maxwell stays in the third spot among the Australians, while Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi consolidates the top spot.

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