In the ICC T20 ranking, Pakistan top, Afghanistan 7th and Sri Lanka 8th
Nepal team ranks 11th with three places, while Namibia reached number 20
Sports desk International Cricket Council (ICC) released the International T20 ranking on Friday. For the first time, the ICC included 80 teams. In the ranking, the Indian team has reached the fifth place with a loss of three places. At the same time, the ICC World Twenty20 championship 2019 wins Pakistan number one. This time ICC has added 80 teams to its rankings. All these teams performed in accordance with all the rules and regulations of the ICC's T-20 format.
South Africa second England third place
In the T-20 ranking, Pakistan is at the top with 286 points. South Africa (262), England (261), Australia (261) and India (260) are in fifth place, followed by the second place.
Significant changes in ranking have been that Afghanistan and Sri Lanka have benefited from one place each. Afghanistan is seventh and Sri Lanka is at the eighth position. While the World Cup winners are West Indies 9th and Bangladesh is 10th.
In the new teams, after any Afghanistan team, a team has performed brilliantly, then it is a team of Nepal. The Nepal team has gained three places. He was 11th straight from 14th position. Whereas, Namibia took a long leap to occupy the 20th position.