May 22, 2015, 16:06 | Update: May 22, 2015, 16:10
Shakib Al Hasan returned to the Bangladesh team after a three-month break from the finger injury and a tri-series tri-series in Ireland. The all-rounder left the field in three matches against West Indies and Ireland in the group stage. Of these two half-centuries in two matches played. Shakib has got a good news today, although he could not play the final due to the waist injury. The star cricketer has returned to the top of the ICC all-rounders rankings after being recognized for his outstanding performances in the tri-series. The left-hander all-rounder has emerged from the list of all-rounders, with 359 ratings points in the latest ICC rankings released on Wednesday.
In September last year, ICC all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan dropped to number one in the ICC Rankings Rashid Khan of Afghanistan went to number one After eight months, Shakib replaced Shakib again and restored the top spot again Shakib. Rashid Khan has moved to second spot with 339 points in today's ranking. There are three lists on the list with 319 points, Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan. Imran Wasim, who has performed well in the recent series against England, is now ranked number four. New Zealand's left-arm spinning all-rounder Mitchell Santan has five.
In the list of all-rounders in the list Shakib Al Hasan His rating points 338. Australia's Glenn Maxwell has topped the list with 390 points. There is one more Bangladeshi in the top five in T20 all-rounders rankings. Mahmudullah Riyadh is at number four with 240 points. Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan is on his side.
On the other hand, Shakib of Bangladesh is also in the list of all-rounders. His rating point 399 West Indies captain Jason Holder's ratings point of all 439 In the list of Test all-rounders, Shakib is followed by India's Ravindra Jadeja, Ben Stokes of England and Vernon Philander of South Africa.
Note that Shakib Al Hasan, the world's first cricketer, was the best in the all-rounders' list of the three formats of the game.