Virat Kohli has Left Third and Steve Smith Grabs the Second in Test Rankings


In the ICC test rankings for Batsmen the Australian player Steve Smith overcomes the position of Indian skipper Virat Kohli. Steve left Virat to third position and grabs his second spot on Tuesday.

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Virat Kohli has Left Third and Steve Smith Grabs the Second in Test Rankings
Virat Kohli has Left Third and Steve Smith Grabs the Second in Test Rankings

In the third test match against India and Australia Steve scored 131 and 81 in Sydney and this large number helps him to catch his new position in the test rankings.

In the recent record released on Tuesday Virat scored total 870 in his test matches. Virat left the Australian series on Paternity leave after his first test in Sydney. He and his wife Anushka the actress were blessed with a girl baby on Monday.

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India and Australia becomes draw in the third test match at Sydney. After this test match Steve Smith took total 900 points and the first position was catch by Kane Williamson for 919 points.

The New Zealand Captain Kane Williamson scored a massive 238 in his second test match against Pakistan in Christchurch. This amazing total point helps the New Zealand player to catch the first position.

The Indian middle-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara step up 2 places and stays in the eighth place. In the third test match because of his great contribution India draws the match and he scored (50, 77).

The stand in skipper Ajinkya Rahane was placed before Pujara but he lost one place in the list. Rishabh Pant gained 19 rankings and grabs the 26th spot. He scored 36 and 97 in the test match against Australia.

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After scoring their best in the test match Hanuma Vihari catches the 52nd place, Ravichandran Ashwin was in 89th place and Shubman Gill was positioned no 69.

In the Indian bowlers the only two top-10 players are Ashwin and Jasprit Bumrah. The off-spinner Ashwin lost two place and currently placed number 9 and then countrymen Jasprit Bumrah lost one place.

The no 1 position was cemented by Pat Cummins and the second third position was filled by the British pacer Stuart Broad and New Zealand’s Neil Wagner.