Australia’s Josh Hazlewood rises to No. 2 in men’s T20I bowlers’ rankings

Australia swift Josh Hazlewood has risen to next place in the most recent ICC rankings for T20I bowlers produced on Wednesday. Sri Lanka spin-bowling allrounder Wanindu Hasaranga, who was the top-rated bowler past week, slipped to third location leaving Tabraiz Shamsi to reclaim the No. 1 posture.

Hazlewood registered his finest figures in T20Is when he returned 4 wickets for just 12 runs in the first match in opposition to Sri Lanka, which Australia won by 20 runs by means of DLS approach. In the following match, he picked three additional before offering absent just 5 in the Tremendous Around to seal yet a different victory. Australia have gained the five-match collection with Hazlewood main the wicket-getting charts with 8 scalps.

Hasaranga, on the other hand, picked up 5 wickets in the initially two games but then analyzed favourable for Covid-19 and is probable out of the tour as properly.

The batting charts continue to be led by Babar Azam, the Pakistan captain, even though Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi sits atop the allrounder rankings in T20Is.

In the meantime, performances in the Quadrangular T20I sequence in Oman saw Rohan Mustafa of UAE crack into the major 10 of the men’s allrounders’ rankings. He is at No. 7 immediately after scoring 122 runs, the most for UAE, in 3 games and also picked a few wickets. Nepal’s Dipendra Singh Airee, who completed as the leading operate-scorer in the levels of competition with 142, gained 63 locations to be put 53 in the rankings for batters.