Kohli ranked No.2 in ICC test rankings for batsmen
India skipper, running machine Virat Kohli has secured second position in ICC test rankings for batsmen with 893 points. Before the test series against Sri Lanka, Kohli is at fifth position in ICC test rankings. In the Delhi Test, Kohli scored double century in the first innings with that best performance with Sri Lanka he moved three positions and secured second place in test rankings. Pujara lost two places in the latest rankings and secured fourth position.
Australian captain Steve Smith is at the top with 938 points. Also, Sri Lanka Test team captain Dinesh Chandimal was in best position in his career. He is in 8th position with 743 points. Indian players Murali Vijay (25) and Rohit Sharma (40) improve their position.
Former Australian Skipper and cricketer Ricky Ponting has been ranked number one in all formats between December-January 2005-06. Matthew Hayden of Aussie later received this feat. In the future Smith-Kohli is seems to receiving this credit.
Ravindra Jadeja lost a place and been in third position with 870 points. Ravindra expected to be in top-rank after Sri Lanka series but he lose one position and settled as third position in ICC latest rankings for bowlers. Another player Ravichandran Ashwin is in fourth place.
England’s James Anderson continues to top the in bowlers list. Jadeja has not changed in position in the list of all-rounders. He was second in the list.
India, which has a 1-0 lead in the series against Sri Lanka, has lost a point and is at the top with 124 points.