In the 2022 World Cup, only two players have batted for India in every match, namely Virat Kohli and Surya Kumar Yadav. Both also performed well throughout the tournament. Looking at this performance, Suryakumar Yadav has also maintained his dominance in the ICC rankings.
Dubai. In the 2022 World Cup, only two players have batted for India in every match, namely Virat Kohli and Surya Kumar Yadav. Both also performed well throughout the tournament. After seeing this performance, Suryakumar Yadav has also maintained his dominance in the ICC rankings. India middle-order batsman Suryakumar Yadav retained the top spot in the ICC T20 rankings for batsmen after his impressive performance in the T20 World Cup in Australia. Earlier, Pakistan batsman Mohammad Rizwan remained at number one for a long time.
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Suryakumar became the number one batsman in the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup with three fifties in five innings. This gave him a career-best 869 rating points. When he was dismissed for 14 in the semi-final against England, it dropped ten points but retained top spot. Surya scored 239 runs in the World Cup at a strike rate of 189.68 and finished third in the list of highest run scorers.
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England’s Alex Hales made an unbeaten 47-ball 86 in the semi-final against India to move up 22 places to 12th position. In the top 10, Pakistan captain Babar Azam climbed one place to reach the third position. South Africa’s Riley Rossouw moved up to seventh, while New Zealand’s Glenn Phillips dropped one place to eighth. Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan remained second and South Africa’s Aiden Markram fifth, while Devon Conway slipped to fourth.
Among bowlers, England’s Adil Rashid climbed five places to reach the third position. He did well against India in the semi-final and against Pakistan in the final. Sam Curran, who was player of the tournament and man of the match in the final, has moved up two places to fifth. Sri Lanka’s Wanindu Hasaranga remains on top while Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan is in second place. Among the all-rounders, Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh is at the top, Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan is second and Hardik Pandya of India is third.