ICC released fresh ranking in T20 International’s, after England series win over South Africa 2-1 it moves up to no.2 position and South Africa slipped to no. 6. In Bowling, Imad Wasim of Pakistan move up to no. 1 spot first time in his career and Imran Tahir moved down to third place after South Africa lost the series to England by 2-1. Jasprit Bumrah India’s fast Bowler climbed to no. 2 positing
In the Batting not much changed, as top 3 slots are same India’s Virat Kohli, Aaron Finch of Australia and Kane Williamson of New Zealand. Ab de velliers makes come back in top 20 after making 146 runs in the series.
In All-rounder’s rankings the top 3 positions there is no alteration. Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh at No.1 position followed by Glenn Maxwell of Australia and Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi at no. 2 and no. 3 respectively.
Finally an episode filled with lots of drama and twists and turns came to an end as Ravi Shastri is new head coach; and bolt from the blue Zaheer Khan being bowling coach and Rahul Dravid Foreign batting consultant. The news came exactly day after Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) press conference in which Saurav Ganguly […]
On this day, 7 Mar 1987 is very special day in the Indian cricket. As the legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar named become the first batsman in the history of test cricket to score 10000 Test runs. His technique against fast bowlers was always been luminous. Not only this, Gavaskar is the first Indian player to […]
Yesterday Virat Kohli equaled Australia’s Ricky Ponting record of 30 centuries in ODI’s and retained his top spot in ICC ODI Batsman fresh rankings and also equals the highest ODI rating points by an India batsman, recorded by Sachin Tendulkar in 1998.Another gainer is India pacer Jasprit Bumrah whom jumped to no. 4 spot in […]