Rohit Sharma reached career-best in the latest ICC Test Batsman Ranking 8th spot, Pujara slips to 10th position

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Star Batsman Rohit Sharma has achieved his all-time best spot in the latest ICC Test Rankings. Rohit is now the No.8 batsman in the ICC Test Rankings. Rohit, who has been in great form in the ongoing test series against England, has entered the top 10 rankings of the ICC Test batsman for the first time in his career. Even when all the other batsman from both India and England sides struggled to save their wicket at the turning pitch of Motera, Rohit Sharma scored 66 and 25* in the first and second innings respectively.

Rohit’s innings at Motera was an important knock for the Indian team

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Talking about the test series so far, Rohit Sharma has scored 296 runs in the 3 matches at an average of 59.20. It was Rohit’s innings at the Motera Stadium which helped India clinch the victory in the low-scoring match. After this loss, England’s dream to play World Test Championship has been broken. Returning to the topic of ICC Test Rankings, Rohit’s fellow teammate and India’s skipper Virat Kohli has maintained his fifth position in the Rankings with 836 points. While Test Specialist Cheteshwar Pujara has slipped to 10th spot with 708 points. England’s captain Joe Root, who has been in fantastic form, grabs 4th position in the latest ICC Test Rankings.

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Indian spin duo Ashwin and Axar gained huge points in the latest rankings

The Indian spinners made huge jumps in the ICC Test Bowlers Ranking. India’s legend spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who is the leading wicket-taker in the ongoing test series, has claimed 3rd position in the ICC Test Bowlers ranking. Ashwin jumped four places from the earlier ranking, thanks to his splendid all-around performance in the series so far. Ashwin has dismissed 24 batsmen in the three test matches played so far and is currently the leading wicket-taker in the series. Axar Patel, who had a dream debut at the Chennai Test Match, jumped 30 slots to reach his career-best ranking of 38th. England Pacers James Anderson and Stuart Broad slipped one position and are currently at 6th and 7th position respectively.

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