Virat Kohli’s Jump in ICC Rankings: Reached 15th Rank From 29th
Former India captain Virat Kohli, who returned to form with his blazing batting in the Asia Cup, has benefited a lot. He has jumped 14 places to 15th position in the ICC T20 rankings. At the same time, Wanindu Hasaranga, who was the Player of the Series, has jumped three places to the sixth position in the ranking of T20 bowlers.
In the ranking of T20 batsmen, India’s Suryakumar Yadav is in the fourth position, while captain Rohit Sharma is in the 14th position. Pakistan wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan is at the top of the T20 rankings, while captain Babar Azam has slipped to the third position. South Africa’s Aiden Markram has moved up to the second position.
Virat Kohli Completed the 71st Century of his Career
Kohli scored the 71st century of his career against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup. Now he has 27 in Tests, 43 in ODIs, and one century in T20. With this century, Kohli equaled former Australia captain Ricky Ponting’s record of international centuries. Ponting had scored 71 centuries in his international career. He scored 41 centuries in Tests and 30 in ODIs. Ponting played 668 innings for this.
Kohli has played 522 innings for 71 centuries. Now only Sachin Tendulkar is ahead of him. The God of Cricket had scored 100 International Centuries in his career. Tendulkar has 51 centuries in Tests and 49 in ODIs.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar got the advantage of 4 place
Talking about the bowling rankings, Indian fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar has also benefited. Bhuvi took 5 wickets against Afghanistan in the last match of the Asia Cup. Due to this, Bhuvi got the advantage of 4 places. He has occupied the number 7 position.