ICC Men's T20I Batting Rankings see a rise in Babar Azam

ICC Men’s T20I Batting Rankings see a rise in Babar Azam. Babar Azam, the master of Pakistani cricket, has made a huge leap up to the fourth spot in the most recent ICC Men’s T20I Batting Rankings. This is a result of his outstanding play in the recent five-match away series against New Zealand. With five innings, Babar has amassed an impressive 213 runs at an average of 42.6. His batting consistency has earned him a rating of 763 points, which has allowed him to pass South Africa’s Aiden Markram.

It’s important to note that Mohammad Rizwan, who continues to hold sway over third place with 775 points, means that Babar Azam is not the only Pakistani player among the top scorers in the T20I Batting Rankings. 

In the meantime, Yashasvi Jaiswal, the rising opener for India, has risen seven spots to take sixth place in the rankings thanks to his career-best rating points of 739. The rise of this youthful talent portends well for India’s T20 cricket future.

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Finn Allen, a hard-hitting opener from New Zealand and the top run scorer in the most recent Twenty20 international series against Pakistan, jumped 11 spots to claim the 16th position. His remarkable performance which included a century that broke all previous records led him to a career-high grade of 614 points.

Axar Patel of India made headlines in the T20I Bowling Rankings after making a huge leap of 12 places to take fifth place. This upsurge is evidence of Patel’s effective ball handling in the game’s shortest format.

Maheesh Theekshana of Sri Lanka also made a notable improvement, moving up two spots to tie for third place with fellow countryman Wanindu Hasaranga. Akeal Hosein of the West Indies also improved, rising to the #2 spot in the ICC Men’s T20I Bowling Rankings.

The dynamic and competitive nature of T20 cricket is reflected in these rankings developments, as players from different countries advance significantly based on their results in international competition.

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