KL Rahul jumps to second place in the ICC T20 ranking

DUBAI KL Rahul reaped rewards for his stellar general spectacle in the beating of India 5-0 in New Zealand, ascending to the second best position of his career in the ICC T20 Ranking published on Monday.

Rahul scored 224 runs, including two fifty and a score of more than 40, in the five-game series, in addition to maintaining wickets.

From Pakistan Babar Azam he maintained pole position while the vice captain of India Rohit Sharma He entered the top 10 of the batters ranking. Pattern virat Kohli He remained in ninth place.

Among other Indians, Shreyas Iyer (up to 63 places up to 55) and Panish manish (up to 12 positions until 58) are others that have advanced in the last rankings.

The story is similar for India's bowling attack, since Jasprit Bumrah has won 26 places to reach position 11, Yuzvendra Chahal has advanced 10 places to 30 and Shardul Thakur's eight wickets in the series have raised him 34 places to position 57.

Navdeep Saini (up to 25 places up to 71) and Ravindra Tray (up to 34 places at 76) have also moved up.

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson The 160 series races took him from 23rd to 16th, while Tim Seifert (73 to 34) and Ross Taylor (50 to 39) have also made notable gains on the batters list. Leg spinner Ish Sodhi He has advanced six places to position 13.