India opener Mayank Agarwal and New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel have gained tremendous headway in the MRF Tires ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings in the wake of remarkable exhibitions in the second Test of their ICC World Test Championship series in Mumbai.
Mayank Agarwal’s Player of the Match exertion of 150 and 62 has assisted him with acquiring 30 spots and arrive at eleventh situation in the furthest down the line week after week update to the men’s rankings which is done on Wednesdays and incorporates all matches finishing on Tuesdays. He is only one spot under a vocation best tenth position that he previously accomplished in November 2019.
Mumbai-conceived Patel, who turned out to be just the third player to take every one of the 10 wickets in a Test innings, imitating Jim Laker and Anil Kumble, has climbed 23 openings to 38th subsequent to getting done with 14 wickets in the match. The left-arm spinner’s past best positioning was 53rd and he had begun the series in 62nd position.
Others to climb in the rankings after the Mumbai Test are India opener Shubman Gill (up 21 spots to 45th), quick bowler Mohammad Siraj (up four spots to 41st) and New Zealand player Daryl Mitchell (up 26 spots to 78th).
Ravichandran Ashwin has overcome any barrier with highest level bowler Pat Cummins in the wake of getting done with four wickets in every innings in India’s 372-run triumph. Ashwin has acquired 43 rating focuses to arrive at an aggregate of 883 and is 67 focuses in front of third-put Josh Hazlewood. He has climbed one spot to second among all-rounders even as his countryman Ravindra Jadeja has slipped to fourth in the rundown drove by West Indies’ Jason Holder.
Mayank Agarwal has acquired one spot to reach fourteenth among bowlers in Wednesday’s update, that likewise considers exhibitions from the Galle Test that Sri Lanka won by 164 hurries to finish a 2-0 series triumph and stay on the ICC World Test Championship focuses table controlled by MRF Tires.
Mayank Agarwal Brathwaite (up 10 spots to 39th) and Nkrumah Bonner (up 17 spots to 42nd) are the hitters to climb for the West Indies however the one to acquire the most after the Galle Test is Player of the Match Dhananjaya de Silva, who has progressed 12 spots to 21st after his unbeaten 155 in the subsequent innings.
Spinners Lasith Embuldeniya and Ramesh Mendis also have made generous increases. Embuldeniya has acquired five spaces to arrive at 32nd situation in the wake of getting done with seven wickets in the match, while Mendis has advanced 18 spots to 39th with a 11-wicket match pull.