Rashid Khan strengthens his position at the top of the T20 I rankings

The 19-year-old Surprise spinner finished with 54 points and scored 80 runs from Shadab Khan in second place in Pakistan.

Afghanistan spinner Rashid Khan

on the top of the ICC T20I Player Rankings, consolidated his position after returning with 12 wickets from the T20 International Series against Bangladesh in Dehradun. The 19-year-old Surprise spinner finished with 54 points and scored 80 runs from Shadab Khan in second place in Pakistan.
His colleagues, Mohammad Nabi and Mujib ur Rehman have made significant improvements in the ICC T20I Player Rankings after playing an important role in Bangladesh’s 3-0 defeat.

Rashid Khan

Named Associate Player of the Year, for the year 2017, scored a career high of 816 points for his four wickets with 12 runs in the second match against Bangladesh.

Nabi has achieved 11 spots and after taking four wickets, the career has reached the eighth rank and Mujib has reached 62 slots in the latest update to 51st, which is T20I between West Indies and ICC World XI Is played at Lord’s. On 31st MaySlowly bowlers, six of whom are leg spinners, are now in top nine positions in the bowling rankings.
Afghanistan’s all-rounder Samiullah Shenwari scored the top score in the series with 118 runs, 11 points to reach the 11th position among the batsmen, while Bangladesh’s batsmen moved Mahmudullah (up by four places to the 33rd place) to move ahead Mushfikur Rahim (up three places) 41st).

To improve their rankings, among others, West Indies Aven Lewis (fifth place among batsmen), Kaiser Williams (five places on five wickets between the bowlers) and Sri Lankan all-rounder Thesara Pereira (38 places) among batsmen Are on)


There has been no change in places in the ICC T20I Team Rankings, along with Afghanistan and Bangladesh, respectively, at the eighth and 10th position respectively.

Although Afghanistan has achieved four points, it has reached 91 points, while Bangladesh has lost in five and is 70 runs, only four more than Scotland, who will be leading the top two rankings against Pakistan on June 12 and 13 Can go ahead in the series of matches.

Pakistan will win a series with a 2-0 win in that series, ending with 127 points and maintaining the top position with a draw from 1-1, but in the case of a 2-0 defeat, it will be 123 points and third place.

Scotland, who will go to Bangladesh with a result of 1-1, will join the tri-series with Ireland and the Netherlands from June 12-20

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