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ICC T20 Ranking: this storm bowler got a jump, know the top 10 bowlers of the world

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new Delhi: The T20 ranking has been updated by the International Cricket Council (ICC). These rankings depend on the recent performance of the players. The ICC has included the world’s top bowlers in this list. In this list, New Zealand bowler Tim Southee has slipped a notch down to Australian bowler Adam Jampa.

Tim has now come in sixth place. He has 669 rating points. Adam has reached number seven. They are just 6 points away from Tim. He has 663 rating points.

Talking about the top bowler, the top bowler of the world is Tabrej Shamsi of South Africa. Tabrej has 733 rating points. While in second place is Afghanistan’s bowler Rashid Khan, who has 719 rating points. In third place is Australia’s Ashton Agar. Those who got 702 points. England bowler Adil Rashid retained the fourth position with 694 points. Mujiburrahman of Afghanistan is in fifth place with 687 points.

Speaking of sixth place, New Zealand bowler Tim Southee has scored 669 points. Australia’s Adam Jampa, ranked seventh, has 663 points. Ish Sodhi of New Zealand took eighth position. Isha has 640 digits. In ninth place is Laxan Sandakan of Sri Lanka, who has 639 points. At the same time, Sri Lankan bowler Vanindu Hasranga has reached the tenth position. He has gained a place. Hasranga has 623 points.

Not a single indian bowler

The special thing is that no Indian bowler’s name is included in the list of top 10 bowlers of the world. However, India had just registered a convincing win in the five-match T20 series against England. The series featured the magic of bowlers Shardul Thakur, Washington Sundar, Rahul Chahar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, but they could not make it to the top 10 list.

Indian bowler Washington Sundar is currently at 14th position. He has 597 marks. Bhuvneshwar Kumar is at 24th position with 550 points. Shardul Thakur is at the 26th position with 540 points.

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