Babar Azam is a Real King Virat Kohli Went Ahead

Babar Azam established himself as the undisputed ruler of the cricketing world. According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), the skipper of the national team has overtaken Virat Kohli in the rankings for all forms of cricket. Having demonstrated his dominance in the world of cricket, Babar Azam, the captain of the national team, has surpassed Virat Kohli in the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings for all forms of cricket. As previously reported, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has issued the newest Test players rankings, in which Babar Azam’s place has increased relative to that of Indian skipper Virat Kohli.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam has displaced Indian skipper Virat Kohli in the eighth spot, with the latter being demoted to the ninth position as a result. Following this change, Babar Azam has risen to the top of the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings for all three styles of cricket, surpassing Virat Kohli. T20 players Babar Azam is ranked second, while Virat Kohli is not ranked in the top ten, according to the rankings.

Additionally, Babar Azam is ranked #1 in the One-Day International (ODI) players rankings, while India’s Virat Kohli is ranked second in the same rankings. For his part, according to the most recent International Cricket Council Test Players Rankings, India’s opener KL Rahul scored a century in the Centurion Test and has risen 18 places to take up 18th place in the list of batsmen in the Test Player Rankings.

Lokesh Rahul’s highest finish in this format is eighth, which he achieved in November of last year. KL Rahul’s opening partner Mianak Agarwal has moved up one spot after making a half-century, while Ajinkya Rahane has moved up two spots to 25th after striking a half-century in the most recent update. The ranks of fast bowlers Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Shami have also risen as a result of their performances. As a result of his five wickets in the match, Bumrah has moved up to ninth place, while Shami has moved up from 19th to 17th position with his eight wickets in the match.

With a 77-run second innings total, South Africa captain Dan Elgar climbed to 14th, while Temba Bauma climbed 16 places to 39th after hitting 52 and 35 not out in the first and second innings, respectively. Longi Ngidi’s eight wickets in the Centurion Test have propelled him up 16 places to 30th position, while Kagiso Rabada has gone up one spot to seventh rank with seven wickets in the match. Both players are from the Proteas. Marco Jensen, a left-arm fast bowler making his international debut, has climbed up to the 97th spot in the rankings.

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