Joe Root finished second in ICC Test rankings, Virat Kohli retains fifth place

England captain Joe Root has made a big gain in the ICC Test rankings. Root has risen to number two in the latest ICC Test rankings for batsmen. Joe Root has 893 points in the ICC Test rankings released on Thursday. Joe Root was fifth before the series against India. After the first Test, he left India’s captain Virat Kohli. After the Lord’s test, they have reached the second number.

On the other hand, if we talk about Virat Kohli, Virat Kohli remains fifth. Virat Kohli has 776 points. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson tops the ICC Test rankings He has 901 points. Australian batsman Steve Smith has fallen from second place to third in the ICC Test rankings. Pakistan’s Babar Azam has jumped two places to 8th place.

Joe Root was previously fourth in the ICC Test rankings. Joe Root scored 64 in the first innings of the first Test against India and 109 in the second innings. In the Lord’s Test, Root played 180 unbeaten innings in the first innings. India’s KL Rahul rose to 37th spot. Speaking of bowlers, James Anderson has been ranked 6th in the ICC Test rankings. They have the advantage of position.

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India’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj has jumped 18 places to 38th. Australia’s Pat Cummins tops the ICC Bowlers’ Test rankings. He has 908 points.

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