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Ravindra Jadeja is now the leading-rated bowler and all-rounder in Exam cricket © Getty
A fine all-round present in the next Exam from Sri Lanka has aided India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja leapfrog Shakib Al Hasan to occupy the leading spot in the ICC Exam rankings for all-rounders. Jadeja also occupies the leading spot for Exam bowlers in the most up-to-date participant rankings launched on Tuesday (August 8).
Jadeja scored an unbeaten 70 in the only innings that India batted right before picking up seven wickets throughout two innings, which include a fifer in the next to star in his team’s victory by an innings and 53 operates.
Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, who equally scored hundreds of years in the Colombo Exam, also moved up in the ICC Exam Player Rankings for batsmen. Pujara climbed up one spot to occupy the No. 3 situation for the to start with time in his profession while Rahane entered the leading 10, climbing 5 spots to attain amount 6.
For Sri Lanka, who have shed a Exam collection at residence from India for the next in succession, there have been a couple of positives. Kusal Mendis’s 110 in the next innings aided him climb 10 spots to slot in at the 19th situation, while Dimuth Karunaratne jumped 13 destinations to be rated 24th next his knock of 141.
In the meantime, Moeen Ali’s splendid all-round functionality in the final Exam of the 4-match collection from South Africa has propelled the England all-rounder to a profession-best spot in the rankings for batsmen. Moeen essayed a critical hand of 75 in the next innings and picked up seven wickets for the match to protected England’s 3-1 collection win. The 30-12 months-old’s fine present with the bat aided him to vault a few destinations to slot in at the 21st situation in the rankings for batsmen.
Moeen also taken care of his 18th situation in the bowlers’ rankings. In the meantime, he is rated at fourth area in the all-rounders’ record. At the begin of the 4-match collection, the all-rounder was rated No. 27 among the batsmen and 30th in relation to bowlers’ rankings.
James Anderson, the veteran England seamer, bagged seven scalps in the fourth Exam to overtake R Ashwin and get the next spot in the bowlers’ rankings. Jonny Bairstow, the England wicketkeeper-batsman, also shone brightly in the Aged Trafford Exam, compiling a very important knock of 99 in the to start with innings. On the back of his noteworthy present in the to start with essay, Bairstow now sits at No. 7 on the batting charts.
Amongst the South African batsmen, Hashim Amla compiled a fluent hand of 83 in the next innings to go one area to ninth in the rankings. Duanne Olivier, who snared 5 scalps in the fourth Exam, was rewarded with a profession-best rating of 51.