With his outstanding performance in the first Test against England, Indian walker Jasprit Bumrah returned to the top 10, but captain Virat Kohli in the latest ICC fell to fifth place in the men’s test player rankings.
Bumrah won a career-high third place in September 2019, defeating 10 pitchers 110-9 in the Nottingham Test, and ranked ninth among the bowlers.
However, Corley fell behind his Ducks in the first game of the series opener.
He was surpassed by England captain Joe Root, who earned him 49 points with 64 points and 109 points for the best player of the game, ranking fourth in the list of batsmen.
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Opener Rohit Sharma and goalkeeper and batsman Rishabh Pant were sixth and seventh respectively.
The Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja ranked 36th among the batsmen in the first game of half a century. KL Rahul re-entered 56th with 84 points and 26 points in the first match.
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Jadeja also improved a position, ranking second in the test all-around player rankings, and India’s advanced spinning machine Ravichandran Ashwin also ranked fourth.
Ashwin continues to remain in second place in the bowling list, with Australia’s Pat Cummins topping the list.
Shardul Thakur also rose 19 places to 55th, while England seam pitchers James Anderson (up one place to seventh) and Ollie Robinson (up 22 places to 46th) are also released every Wednesday in the latest men’s weekly Upgrading in the ranking update.
Shakib-Al-Hasan of Bangladesh returned to the number one position among all-rounders who reached the T20I ranking for the last time in October 2017.
He also won three positions, ranked 53rd among batters and 12th among bowlers, and improved six positions. Captain Mahmudullah gained two positions and is now ranked 33rd.
Fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman re-entered the top 10, scoring 5 wickets in four games and secured 20 seats, while Mohammad Saifuddin (up 26 to 43) and Nasum Ahmed (up 103) To the 66th place) also made progress among others.
Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh (Mitchell Marsh) ranked 21st among the batsmen after a total of 111 games in the last four games of the five-match series held in Bangladesh last week, with four Seats.
Left-arm spinner Ashton Agar gained a position and ranked seventh among bowlers, while fast bowler Josh Hazlewood moved up 43 places to 34th.