New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, on Wednesday, move back to the highest point of the Test rankings as ICC reported the most recent standings. Kane Williamson appreciated a vital last week as he captained New Zealand to the World Test Championship, beating India by eight wickets in Southampton. Alongside that, the 30-year old recovered the best position that he held toward the beginning of the England visit.
Kane Williamson dropped down to number two after the two-Test series against England as Steve Smith beat the rankings momentarily. The right-gave batsman failure to get moving in the principal Test against England, trailed by missing the second because of a minor niggle, slid him to the subsequent position. Yet, Kane Williamson heavenly appearance in the World Test Championship last against India implied that he got back to the highest point.
He struck 49 and 52* in the first and second innings separately to take the main spot in the Test rankings. Williamson made a patient 49 off 177 balls in the primary innings, assuming a vital part in acquiring a convenient 32-run lead. The subsequent innings saw the Tauranga-conceived cricketer make a tasteful 50 years and offer a whole 96-runs remain with Ross Taylor as the Black Caps pursued 140 effectively. Williamson currently has 901 rating focuses, ten above Smith
Kane Williamson’s partners acquire in the rankings as well:
Ross Taylor, who made 47 in the second innings of the decider, has progressed three spots to fourteenth, while opener Devon Conway has flooded to 42nd spot, acquiring 18 spaces after top-scoring with 54 in the principal innings.
Kyle Jamieson’s figures of 5-31 and 2-30 that procured him the man of the match pushed him to a profession best thirteenth spot Trent Boult’s helpful commitments have lifted him to the eleventh position, while Neil Wagner and Tim Southee have involved the third and fifth space individually.