ICC T20 Rankings: Virat Kohli Drops To No. 10; India Remain Fourth Despite 5-0 Win
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ICC T20 Rankings: Virat Kohli Drops To No. 10; India Remain Fourth Despite 5-0 Win

Virat Kohli, India vs South Africa 2020, Three Players Who Can Replace Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released fresh ICC T20 rankings after the South Africa-England series. Talking from India’s perspectives, the rankings have not brought about a great change in India’s position. This seems to be quite shocking as India recently became the first team to clean sweep a T20 series 5-0.

The Men in Blue beat the Kiwis in all the five games to make a big statement. The third and fourth T20I went in Super Overs and India emerged on top in both the games.

However, the Black Caps got their redemption as they clean swept India by 3-0 in the ODIs. It was a historic defeat for the Men in Blue as they were whitewashed after 31 years in a three-match or more ODI series.

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ICC Comes Up With Latest  T20 Rankings As India Remain Fourth:

New Zealand vs India 2020
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Talking about team rankings, Pakistan sits on top of the rankings chart. Australia are listed second and has witnessed no change in their rankings. England maintained their third spot but have come two points close to the second-placed Kangaroos.

ICC T20 Rankings
ICC T20 Rankings

The biggest shock, however, is that India have not witnessed any change even after clean sweeping the Kiwis.

ICC T20 Batsmen Ranking
ICC T20 Batsmen Ranking

Babar Azam remains the top-ranked batsman. He is followed by KL Rahul at the second spot. Rahul had an amazing series against the Kiwis and won the Man of the Series award for his brilliant performances throughout the series.

ICC T20 Bowlers Ranking
ICC T20 Bowlers Ranking

Afganistan’s Rashid Khan leads the bowler’s rankings chart and teammate Mohammad Nabi grabs the top spot in the all-rounder rankings.

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