ICC rankings: Kyle Jamieson climbs to career-best 3rd, Liton Das at No. 15

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ICC rankings: Kyle Jamieson climbs to career-best 3rd, Liton Das at No. 15

After the conclusion of the Test series between New Zealand and Bangladesh, the likes of Liton Das and Kyle Jamieson made great gains in the ICC rankings. The duo achieved a career-best position in the Test rankings. Besides, South African Test captain, Dean Elgar also broke into the top-10 for the first time since January 2019.

New Zealand all-rounder, Kyle Jamieson picked 8 wickets in the Test series against Bangladesh. His performances in the series have helped him reach third place in the ICC Test rankings for bowlers. He has now crossed 825-rating points. His counterpart, Trent Boult has gained three places to number 12 on the rankings. He picked 9 wickets in the Test series against Bangladesh.

Liton Das too carried his form brilliantly in the series. He scored his maiden century in New Zealand in the second Test match of the series. In all, he managed to score 196 runs in the series, which helped him gain 17 points to number 15 in the ICC Test rankings for batsmen. Besides, Mominul Haque has gained eight places to number 37th, while Najmul Hossain jumped 21 places to 87th in the rankings.

New Zealand’s Test opener, Tom Latham scored a sensational double-century in the second Test. His heroics with the bat helped him move up two places to number 11, while Devon Smith advanced 18 places to number 29.

Ross Taylor called time on his international Test cricket career after the series. He finished his career in 28th position. He attained his career-best fourth position in December 2013. Indian all-rounder, Shardul Thakur picked as many as seven wickets in a single innings in the second Test match against South Africa. His stellar spell helped him reach 42nd position in the ICC rankings.

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