Mohammad Rizwan, a batsman wicketkeeper, has now jumped to four places at ICC T20I Batsman rankings, ranking number ten in the world. For the first time in her career, Rizwan has performed magnificently in Pakistan’s 2-1 win over Zimbabwe.
A 29-year-old, Evin Lewis, West Indians, and Eoin Morgan, captain of the UK, saw him break into the top 10 for two unshot half-centuries in the first and third T20I. Twenty-eighteenth years later he was the first Indian opener. Rizwan’s total rating points were 640 and the Kiwi opener, Martin Guptill, was 44 points behind the neighbour.
Let’s look at the world’s top ten ICC T20I batsman:
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Rizwan is Pakistan’s second-largest batsman and is currently ranked as number three worldwide by Captain Babar Azam.
In spite of having lost 2 rating points in two defeats in the second T20I, Pakland remained fourth in the ICC T20I team rankings, while Zimbabwe moved on to the eleventh place to overcome Ireland.
Other countries have climbed up the ICC T20I bowler classifications by Pakistani quick bowlers Haris Rauf and Mohammad Hasnain. Haris Rauf is now 21st in the world and has climbed up to a stunningly 17th position, while Hasnain is now 52nd and is now 65th, alongside Usman Qadir, who also has moved up to 12 places.
Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi is currently 17th in the top 10 with the left-arm pacer. He is currently the world’s highest ranked Pakistani bowler.