ICC Test Rankings Ravindra Jadeja Suffered A Loss Jasprit Bumrah Jumps To Top 5 | The number-1 crown was snatched from Ravindra Jadeja in a week, now slipped from the first position and reached here

new Delhi: The International Cricket Council has released the latest test rankings. Recently, after winning the Test series against Sri Lanka, some players of India have gained in this ranking and some players have also suffered losses. India’s star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has suffered the most in this ranking. Jadeja’s reign has been snatched away after just one match. A bad match has removed Ravindra Jadeja from the post of top all-rounder.

Jadeja’s reign ended

Ravindra Jadeja became the number-1 all-rounder in the Test rankings on March 8 after his impressive performance in the Mohali Test against Sri Lanka. But Jadeja has had to bear the brunt of flopping in the Bangalore Test, now Ravindra Jadeja has become the number-2 Test all-rounder. In the latest rankings released on Wednesday, Ravindra Jadeja has 385 ratings, while West Indies’ Jason Holder has 393 ratings and Jason Holder has become the number-1 all-rounder.

Ravindra Jadeja in Mohali Test

Ravindra Jadeja played a record unbeaten innings of 175 runs while Jadeja batted brilliantly in the first innings of the Mohali Test. This was the biggest innings of Jadeja’s career. In this match, Jadeja took a total of 9 wickets in both the innings. Ravindra Jadeja became number-1 in the International Cricket Council’s Test rankings only after this spectacular performance. Earlier in August 2017, Jadeja became the number 1 all-rounder in the ICC Test rankings for just one week. Ravindra Jadeja scored 201 runs and took ten wickets in the two-match series against Sri Lanka.

Bumrah’s rise in test rankings

In the latest ICC Test rankings, Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has made his place in the top 5 bowlers, reaching the fourth position with 830 points. Bumrah has jumped 6 places and has reached the top 5 with 830 points. In the Bangalore Test against Sri Lanka, Jasprit Bumrah took 5 wickets in a Test innings for the first time at home. He has moved up to fourth place, leaving behind Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi, Kyle Jameson, Tim Southee, James Anderson, Neil Wagner and Josh Hazlewood.

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