Jasprit Bumrah, the head of India’s rhythm spear at home, made a new home run in the test, finishing sixth in the standings, but batting star Virat Kohli dropped to ninth in the final ICC rankings released on Wednesday. Bumrah, who returned with two wickets in the second day / night match against Sri Lanka in Bengaluru, beat Shaheen Afridi, Kyle Jamieson, Tim Southee, James Anderson, Neil Wagner and Josh Hazlewood in the Test Ball rankings.
Former captain Kohli, who continued to struggle with the bat and was unable to turn the start, dropped four places, but managed to stay within the top 10 ahead of Rishabh Pant, who finished in 10th place.
Kohli scored 45 points in the first round in Mohali, 23-2 in the second round.
Indian skipper Rohit Sharma, however, held on to sixth place to be the best-placed Indian on the batting lists.
Shreyas Iyer was rewarded for winning 92 and 67 against Sri Lanka when he took a huge leap, advancing 40 places to 37th place on the batting board.
Sri Lanka Test captain Dimuth Karunaratne climbed to 3rd place in his career after a 107-second fight in Bangalore.
In the table of all, Ravindra Jadeaja was relegated from 1st place as Jason Holder of the West Indies regained first place.
Jadeja climbed to 1st at the start of the month after losing 175 in the Mohali test and nine wickets.
Ravichandran Ashwin, Shakib Al Hasan and Ben Stokes rounded out the top five.
In the bowling alley, Mohammed Shami moved up one place to put fellow countryman Ravindra Jadeja in 17th place. Pat Cummins, Ashwin and Kagiso Rabada held the top three of the balls.
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