- Dawid Malan is the highest T20I batsman, having 841 score factors.
- Malan leads Babar Azam by a mere eight score factors.
- Mohammad Rizwan secures the seventh spot.
Pakistani skipper Babar Azam on Wednesday retained the second place and wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan bagged the seventh spot in Worldwide Cricket Council’s up to date T20I rankings.
England’s Dawid Malan, who’s the highest T20I batsman, in accordance with the newest statistics, has 841 score factors and leads Babar by a mere eight factors.
Rizwan was in a position to leap up the desk and safe 709 score factors. The wicketkeeper turned the eighth Pakistani participant to finish 1,000 T20I runs after a stellar efficiency in opposition to England at Outdated Trafford on Tuesday.
India’s Virat Kohli and Lokesh Rahul are additionally among the many high 10 batsmen, with the skipper having 762 score factors and the latter 743 score factors.
Final week, Azam had taken the lead within the ICC Males’s ODI Batting Rankings, surpassing Kohli, after his excellent efficiency in opposition to England at Edgbaston.
The 26-year-old Pakistan captain — who struck a advantageous 158 within the remaining match of the sequence — was in a position to acquire eight score factors to succeed in a career-best 873 score factors, 16 greater than Kohli, who’s in second place.