Suryakumar Yadav has climbed one spot in the rankings of male Twenty20 International (T20I) hitters and is currently rated third in the world. A few months ago, he was ranked fourth. As a result of this advancement, Suryakumar Yadav is currently in second place.
Suryakumar Overtakes Babar in T20I Batter Rankings
In addition to this, he is just 12 points behind the player who is now ranked second, Aiden Markram, and he is only 780 points behind the player who is currently ranked first, Mohammad Rizwan. Suryakumar has accumulated a grand total of 780 points thus far.
Rizwan, Suryakumar, and Babar Took Prize Home
Aiden Markram, who is now in the second position, has a razor’s-thin margin over the competition with 12 points. The pot that was played for on Tuesday night was won by Rizwan, Suryakumar, and Babar owing to their combined efforts.
Both Rizwan and Babar scored 68 runs off of 46 balls during Pakistan’s match versus England in Karachi. The match took place in Pakistan. These runs assisted Pakistan in reaching 158 for 7, but ultimately they were unable to defeat England.
Despite all of this, England was able to pull off the victory and gain a lead of 1-0 in the series. England was victorious in the first game of the series, which was played in England.
Although Suryakumar’s innings were far riskier than the ones played by the Pakistan openers, he was still on the losing side as Australia grabbed a 1-0 lead in Mohali. In his two innings, he was responsible for scoring 46 runs while facing just 25 balls.
There will soon be a Twenty20 World Cup, but all of the top hitters will have the opportunity to demonstrate their worth in the games that come before it. The remaining Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) on India’s calendar will all be played at venues in India.
These include three contests against South Africa and two matches against Australia. On the other hand, Pakistan and England are now competing in what may end up being the most lengthy Twenty20 International series ever played between the two countries.
Malan Is Fifth And Finch Is Sixth
This series will continue with a total of six further games in the future. Active competitors Dawid Malan and Aaron Finch share a sixth place in both of the ongoing series at the moment. Malan is now tied for the fifth position, while Finch is in sixth place at this point.
If any of them can put together a streak of strong scores, there is a chance that they may move up in the rankings. A select group of players participated in the Twenty20 Internationals that were held in Mohali and Karachi, and they were rewarded with huge rewards as a result of their efforts.
There is a possibility that the reason Hardik Pandya is now batting at position #65 is that he was responsible for scoring 71 runs while facing just 30 balls. After rolling three strikes against seventeen pins, Axar Patel moved up 24 places on the list of bowlers, moving into the 33rd position overall.
These two athletes put on a show that evening that was second to none, which led to the triumph of the Indians. In Karachi, Adil Rashid took two wickets while his team scored 27 runs, which enabled him to maintain his third-place position in the bowler ratings.
Josh Hazlewood has once again shown why he is the finest bowler in the world with his performance of two for 39. Tabraiz Shamsi is most likely to be located in a region that is about in the middle of these two sites.
Tabraiz Shamsi maintains a stance that may be seen as falling somewhere in the middle of the two aforementioned extremes. Mohammad Nawaz and Haris Rauf, the two bowlers for Pakistan, did an outstanding job in the game they played against England.
During his four overs, Nawaz limited the opposition to 20 runs, and while Rauf claimed one wicket while they were able to score 23 runs. Rauf is now ranked number 21 among bowlers, up four positions from his previous position, while Nawaz is now ranked number 31, up three spots from his previous position.