Mohammad Siraj: Big jump in Lord’s ranking of amazing Siraj and explosive Rahul – Lokesh Rahul jumps 19 places and Siraj jumps 18 games in ICC Test rankings

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Lokesh Rahul is ranked 19th and bowler Mohammad Siraj is at 18th in the ICC Test Rankings. Lokesh Rahul, who played a key role in India’s victory by scoring a century, has made a big jump in the Test rankings. Lokesh Rahul has jumped 19 places to 37th in the ICC rankings released on Wednesday. While skipper Virat Kohli is still in fifth place.
Kapil Dev said, “Modiji, you have won my heart today,” replied the PM. He played 129 innings in the first innings of the second Test against England. India won this match by 151 runs. Kohli slipped to fifth place last week, losing a place. In the new ranking also, it remains in fifth place. While opener Rohit Sharma and wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant are at the sixth and seventh positions respectively.

England captain Joe Root, who pushed Kohli to fifth position, has moved up to second place after the second Test. He played a brilliant innings of 180 runs against India in the first innings. Root is second with 893 ratings points and just eight points behind first-ranked New Zealand captain Kane Williamson.
T20 World Cup: 16 teams and 45 matches, know how Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has slipped a place to 10th place in the bowlers ranking of the tournament. While his fellow fast bowler Mohammad Siraj has benefited from his excellent performance at Lord’s. Siraj, who took four wickets in both innings at Lord’s, has jumped 18 places to 38th position.

England’s legendary fast bowler James Anderson has got the place. Anderson, who took five wickets in the first innings, is sixth and his fellow bowler Mark Wood is 37th.

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