Twenty20: Samuel Badree replaces Sunil Narine as the highest-ranked bowler
Samuel Badree is currently the third highest wicket-taker in ICC World Twenty20 with 10 from four matches, at an average of nine and an economy rate of 5.62.
West Indies' leg-spinner Samuel Badree has moved up a place to replace teammate Sunil Narine as the number-one ranked bowler in the latest Reliance ICC Player Ranking for T20I bowlers.
The latest update was released on Wednesday, a day after the group stage of the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 ended, reports CMC
Badree is currently the third highest wicket-taker in the tournament with 10 from four matches, at an average of nine and an economy rate of 5.62.
His efforts have helped him gain 109 ratings points to finish on 855, 45 ratings points ahead of teammate Narine.
Before the start of the tournament, Badree was behind Narine by just one ratings point.
The player rankings will now be updated Monday, April 7, after the final of the tournament.
In the other change in the table, West Indies and Australia have swapped positions.
West Indies are now ranked fifth with a gain of five ratings points and are now on 115. Australia, on the other hand, have moved down a place to sixth with a drop of five ratings points to end on 110.
|1||Virat Kohli India||930|
|2||Steven Smith Australia||929|
|3||Kane Williamson New Zealand||847|
|4||Joe Root England||835|
|5||David Warner Australia||820|
|1||James Anderson England||899|
|2||Kagiso Rabada South Africa||882|
|3||Vernon Philander South Africa||826|
|4||Ravindra Jadeja India||814|
|5||Pat Cummins Australia||800|
|1||Virat Kohli India||911|
|2||Babar Azam Pakistan||825|
|3||Joe Root England||818|
|4||Rohit Sharma India||806|
|5||David Warner Australia||803|
|1||Jasprit Bumrah India||775|
|2||Rashid Khan Afghanistan||763|
|3||Hasan Ali Pakistan||742|
|4||Trent Boult New Zealand||699|
|5||Josh Hazlewood Australia||696|
|1||Aaron Finch Australia||891|
|2||Fakhar Zaman Pakistan||842|
|3||Lokesh Rahul India||812|
|4||Colin Munro New Zealand||801|
|5||Babar Azam Pakistan||765|
|1||Rashid Khan Afghanistan||793|
|2||Shadab Khan Pakistan||723|
|3||Ish Sodhi New Zealand||700|
|4||Yuzvendra Chahal India||685|
|5||Mitchell Santner New Zealand||665|
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