Hajratullah Jajai, who scored a record century against Ireland, reached number seven
Kohli's two and Dhoni gain seven points, only one Indian in top-10
Sports desk Indian batsman Lokesh Rahul has reached number six in the T20 rankings. In the two match series against Australia, Rahul played in 47 and 50 runs. Rahul has risen four places to sixth place in the rankings. Apart from this, no other Indian batsman is in top-10.
Babar Azam becomes world number one batsman
Rohit Sharma (12th), Shikhar Dhawan (15th), Captain Virat Kohli (17th) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (56th). Kohli and Dhoni got the advantage of seven points. Pakistan's Babar Azam has become the number one batsman in the world.
Hajratullah Jajai of Afghanistan, who played a century against Ireland, has made a huge jump of 31 places. They have reached number seven. Australia's Glenn Maxwell, who has done a great job against India, has moved up two notches up to the third and D Archie, the shortest, at 8th, up eight places.
In the bowling rankings, Indian pace bowler Jaspreet Bumrah has moved from 15th to 12th. Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav has come down two places to fourth. Koodal Pandya has reached career best career ranking of 43rd. Rashid Khan of Afghanistan is at number one.