New Delhi. India’s opener Rohit Sharma has reached his career-best eighth position in the ICC’s latest Test rankings. Rohit has improved to a career-best eighth position with an improvement of six places in the ongoing ICC Test rankings. Rohit did well in the third match of the ongoing Test series against England, which has given him an advantage in the rankings. Rohit scored 66 runs in the first innings and 25 not out in the second innings of the third match played against England at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Rohit has a rating of 742 while his rating in October 2019 was 722 and he was in the 10th position at that time.
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The third match between England and India was over in just two days. India won the match by 10 wickets and took a 2–1 lead in the four-match series. With India winning the match, England’s hopes of reaching the final of the World Test Championship were ended, while India had strengthened their claim to a place in the final.
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Spin bowler Axar Patel and off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (Player of the Match), who picked up 11 wickets in the third match, have also risen in the rankings. Akshar has moved to number 38 while Ashwin has moved from fourth to third position. England spinner Jack Leach has reached the top 30 for the first time with four wickets in the third Test against India. He is ranked 28th in the bowlers’ rankings with a three-place improvement.
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England captain Joe Root, who took five wickets in the first innings against India, has moved up to 72nd in the bowling rankings and 13th in New Zealand’s Tim Southee in the all-rounder rankings. Meanwhile, England opener Jack Kravali scored 53 in the first innings to take him to number 46 with an improvement of 15 places.
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