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Huge improvements are made by Hardik Pandya and Shubman Gill in the ICC Men’s T20I Player Rankings.

Huge improvements are made by Hardik Pandya and Shubman Gill in the ICC Men's T20I Player Rankings.

Pandya advanced in the rankings for batsmen, bowlers, and all-rounders as a result of his recent T20I series against New Zealand.
In the MRF Tyres ICC Men’s T20I Player Rankings, India’s opener Shubman Gill has risen to a career-high 30th spot after scoring the match-winning century against New Zealand in the third and final ODI in Ahmedabad.

Gill climbed an astonishing 168 places thanks to his 126 not out off 63 balls, which enabled India win by 168 runs and end the series 2-1. In all three formats of the game, Gill has now scored hundreds, and he is placed sixth in ODIs and 62nd in Tests.

Arshdeep Singh, a left-arm fast bowler who was a member of the 2018 ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup winning team, is another player to climb the rankings. After finishing with two for 16 in Ahmedabad, he gained eight spots to reach a career-high 13th position.

Hardik Pandya’s overall performance has a significant impact on his rankings.

All-arounder Hardik Pandya has advanced in all three lists after grabbing four for 16 and smashing a 17-ball 30. He improved from 53rd to 50th among batsmen, 66th to 46th among bowlers, and second among all-rounders, trailing Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hassan by by a few rating points.

In the most recent weekly update, which takes into account performance in the T20I match against Ahmedabad and the final match of the South Africa-England series for the ODI rankings, Daryl Mitchell, who led New Zealand with 35 in their total of 66, has moved up four spots and is now in joint-position 25.

Jos Buttler, the captain of England, moved up six spots to position 20 thanks to his match-winning 131 in Kimberley, and South Africa’s Lungi Ngidi, who finished with four for 62 in the high-scoring game, moved up five spots to position 19.
Other England players to rise up in the ODI rankings are fast bowler Jofra Archer (up 13 spots to 22nd among bowlers) and batsman Dawid Malan (up 31 spots to 58th among batters). Heinrich Klaasen of South Africa has climbed 11 spots to take the 42nd batter spot.


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