Virat Kohli records 900-point mark in ICC Test rankings

Virat Kohli records

Virat Kohli records 900-point mark in ICC Test rankings

On day Virat Kohli records cricketer and captain of the year at the ICC awards, Virat Kohli became the next India batsman, after Sunil Gavaskar, to size 900 items in the Test search rankings for batsmen. The India captain vaulted from 880 items to 900 pursuing his 153 against South Africa in the Centurion Test.

Gavaskar had come to 916 factors after he obtained an exceptional 221 in his 50th Test at the Oval in 1979. In every, Virat Kohli records himself as the 31st batsman to 900 items in the Test positions. Donald Bradman leads the list with 961 items accompanied by current Australia captain Steven Smith (947), who may have drawn evaluations with Bradman after peeling off 687 works in the Ashes series. In conditions of Test averages, Smith is put just underneath Bradman.

Virat Kohli recordsSmith happens to be 47 points before Kohli and 66 prior to the third-placed Joe Main. Hashim Amla, who made 82 and set up South Africa for a first-innings lead in Centurion, migrated from tenth to 8th, while his captain Faf du Plessis jumped two places up to career-best 12th.

Inside the bowler’s rankings, Adam Anderson reclaimed the most notable area from Kagiso Rabada, who required four wickets in Centurion. The South Africa quick, who lost his top location after only 1 Test, now tracks Anderson by 15 items. India fast bowler Mohammed Shami, in the meantime, transferred two places up to 17th after declaring a match haul of five wickets in Centurion.

Batting rankings:

Rank  (+/-)    Player            Team Points           Avge  Highest Rating

1     ( – )      Steve Smith      Aus      947!    63.75  947 v Eng at Sydney 2018

2     (+1)      Virat Kohli         Ind       900!    53.51  900 v SA at Centurion 2018

3     (-1)      Joe Root          Eng      881    53.28  917 v Aus at Trent Bridge 2015

4     ( – )      Kane Williamson NZ       855    50.62  893 v Aus at Perth 2015

5     (+1)      David Warner    Aus      827    48.77  880 v NZ at Perth 2015

6     (-1)      C Pujara                       Ind       814    51.09  888 v SL at Nagpur 2017

7     ( – )      Azhar Ali           Pak      755    46.62  787 v Aus at Melbourne 2016

8     (+2)      Hashim Amla    SA       745    49.00  907 v Pak at Abu Dhabi 2013

9     (-1)      D. Chandimal    SL       743!    43.94  743 v Ind at Delhi 2017

10     (-1)      Alastair Cook    Eng      742    46.35  874 v Ind at Kolkata 2012

Bowling Rankings:

Rank   (+/-)     Player              Team   Points Avge    Highest Rating

1     (+1)      James Anderson Eng      887    27.40  896 v Win at Lord’s 2017

2     (-1)      Kagiso Rabada  SA       872    22.25  888 v Ind at Cape Town 2018

3     ( – )      Ravindra Jadeja Ind       853    23.73  899 v Aus at Ranchi 2017

4     (+1)      Josh Hazlewood Aus      814    25.77  863 v Ind at Bengaluru 2017

5     (-1)      R. Ashwin         Ind       811    25.56  904 v Eng at Mumbai 2016

6     (+1)      Rangana Herath SL       799    28.04  867 v Zim at Harare 2016

7     (-1)      Vernon Philander SA       787    21.95  912 v Ind at Johannesburg 2013

8     ( – )      Neil Wagner      NZ       784    27.87  785 v Win at Wellington 2017

9=     ( – )      Nathan Lyon     Aus      769    31.64  774 v Eng at Adelaide 2017

( – )      Mitchell Starc    Aus      769    27.73  805 v Pak at Brisbane 2016

All-rounders:

Rank   (+/-)     Player              Team   Points Highest Rating

1     ( – )      Shakib Al Hasan Ban      438     489 v Aus at Mirpur 2017

2     ( – )      Ravindra Jadeja Ind       399     438 v SL at Colombo (SSC) 2017

3     ( – )      R. Ashwin         Ind       375     493 v Eng at Mohali 2016

4     ( – )      Ben Stokes       Eng      358 /*  396 v Win at Lord’s 2017

5     ( – )      Vernon Philander SA       316     376 v Aus at Cape Town 2014

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