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Latest Cricket News – India vs Bangladesh, 1st Test at Indore: Fast bowler Mohammed Shami and opener Mayank Agarwal, who played a key role in India’s innings and 130 runs victory in the first Test match played against Bangladesh in Indore, put their best in the latest ICC rankings Ranked. Shami, who took three wickets for 27 runs in the first innings and four for 31 in the second innings, improved to eight places and reached the 7th place. He has 790 rating points, which is the third best in Test for an Indian fast bowler. In this case Kapil Dev (877 points) and Jasprit Bumrah (832 points) are in the first and second position respectively.
The 28-year-old Mayank, who was a man-of-the-match in a career-best 243-run innings against Bangladesh, is ranked 11th in the batsmen’s rankings. The batsman, who scored 858 runs in the first eight Tests of his career, has 691 rating points. Only seven batsmen have scored more than Mayank in the opening eight Tests, including Don Bradman (1210), Everton Weekes (968), Sunil Gavaskar (938), Mark Taylor (906), George Headley (904), Frank Warrell (890) ) And Herbert Sutcliffe (872).
Four batsmen from India are in the top 10, with captain Virat Kohli second, Cheteshwar Pujara fourth, Ajinkya Rahane fifth and Rohit Sharma at number 10. All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has moved up four places to 35th in the batsmen rankings.
Fast bowlers Ishant Sharma (20th) and Umesh Yadav (22nd) have improved their rankings by one position each. Off-spinner Ashwin is also in the top 10, while he has reached fourth place among all-rounders.
Mushfiqur Rahim, who scored 43 and 64 runs for Bangladesh, improved to five places to reach 30th position. Litton Das rose from 92nd to 86th. Among bowlers, four wickets, Abu Jayed improved 62 places to be ranked 62nd. Meanwhile, India have strengthened their lead at the top of the ICC World Test Championship. The team now has 300 points while Sri Lanka and New Zealand are second with 60 points each.