Ravi Chandran Ashwin And Ravindra Jadeja Occupied Top Two Places In ICC Test Rankings

Ravi Chandran Ashwin And Ravindra Jadeja Occupied Top Two Places In ICC Test Rankings

Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja made it an uncommon occasion of two India bowlers beating the ICC Test rankings after the left-arm spinner’s lady 10-wicket coordinate pull against Britain in the Chennai Test impelled him to the second position.

Jadeja’s execution has earned him 66 focuses and brought him inside eight purposes of star off-spinner Ashwin, who has as of now been possessing the main position.

This is only the second time the main two spots in the bowlers graph is possessed by India players, with the combine imitating left-arm spinner Bishan Singh Bedi and leg-spinner Bhagwath Chandrasekhar, who were positioned one and two in 1974.

Jadeja got 10 for 154 in the fifth and last Test and completed with 26 wickets in the five-coordinate arrangement, while Ashwin finished with 28 wickets as India finished a 4-0 arrangement triumph over Britain, coming full circle with an innings and 75 runs win in Chennai.

Jadeja, who jumped Josh Hazlewood, James Anderson, Dale Steyn and Rangana Herath, has likewise picked up a place to achieve his vocation best third rank in the rundown of all-rounders, which is additionally headed by Ashwin.

In the mean time, India pace bowler Ishant Sharma has climbed two spots to 23rd position.

In the Test Batsmen’s rundown, India’s KL Rahul and Karun Nair have additionally made enormous increases. Rahul’s thump of 199 has helped him pick up 29 openings to achieve a profession best 51st spot, while Nair’s unbeaten 303 in just his third Test innings has lifted him 122 spots to 55th position.

On Tuesday, Indian group had finished the year as the No.1 positioned Test side after completely winning the five Test arrangement against Britain. The arrangement win has helped India increase five focuses and they have now moved to 120 focuses in the last Test group rankings upgrade of 2016, 15 focuses in front of second set Australia.


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