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With the recent T20I rankings gain, Babar unseats Kohli.

With the recent T20I rankings gain, Babar unseats Kohli.

With the recent T20I rankings gain, Babar unseats Kohli. Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan, has maintained his position at the top of the latest MRF Tyres ICC T20 batting rankings, giving him the distinction of holding the top spot in the world for the longest amount of time among T20I batters.

Virat Kohli, the standout T20I batter for India, held the No. 1 ranking for a total of 1,013 days in the previous decade, but Babar has now eclipsed this figure after a protracted reign at the top.

Recently, the Pakistani skipper declared a desire to contend for first place in each of the three-game types. He presently holds the No. 1 batter ranking in ODIs and T20Is.

In the most current T20I rankings, released by the ICC on Wednesday, Indian batsman Ishan Kishan fell one spot inside the top 10 to take the sixth slot overall.

After a successful series against India, Harry Tector, a young Irish batsman with promise, jumps a significant 55 spaces to land in 66th place, while Deepak Hooda rises 414 spots to tie for 104th overall.

Following the conclusion of England’s home series against New Zealand, there is significant movement behind Joe Root, who continues to hold a slim lead as the top-ranked Test hitter. On the most recent list of batters, Player of the Series Daryl Mitchell climbs four ranks to number twelve while fellow Kiwi Tom Blundell climbs eleven spaces to number twenty.

Jonny Bairstow, a member of England’s national cricket squad, also stands out after climbing 20 spots to take 21st rank among batters in Test matches.

On the most recent rankings for bowlers, New Zealand’s workhorse Neil Wagner falls one spot to 10th, with England’s Stuart Broad and Jack Leach among the big movers. Broad moves up one spot to the 13th while Leach moves up 13 spots to the 25th. As a result of poor performance in the second Test against the West Indies, Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan slid to the third position on the all-rounder rankings, and experienced Indian Ravi Ashwin replaced him. After winning Player of the Match against Bangladesh, West Indies left-hander Kyle Mayers moved up three spots to ninth position overall.

Josh Hazlewood of Australia has recently emerged as one of the top white-ball bowlers, moving up two spots to tie for sixth in the most current ODI rankings.

Hazlewood, who already holds the top spot in the T20I rankings, has climbed the ODI rankings after a great performance of 2/22 against Sri Lanka in the final 50-over match of the series.

The tall seamer Chris Woakes dropped two spots to fourth in the most current rankings as a result of missing England’s recent ODI series against the Netherlands. In his stead, Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi and New Zealand’s Matt Henry both gained ground on Trent Boult, who was ranked first.

The top 10 ODI batting rankings also saw a slight change, with Australia captain Aaron Finch falling two spots to 12th as Joe Root and Shai Hope rose to tie for 10th.

With the recent T20I rankings gain, Babar unseats Kohli.

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