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India rise to 2nd, Kohli slips to 3rd in T20 rankings

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DUBAI, Dec 25: India captain Virat Kohli lost his pole position in the latest ICC T20 Rankings as his absence due to personal commitments led to loss of 48 ranking points.

India�s 3-0 win over Sri Lanka enabled them to move up from their pre-series tally of 119 points to 121 points.

They have leapfrogged England, New Zealand and the Windies to move from fifth to second position in a list led by Pakistan with 124 points.

Kohli, who was at the top with 824 points previously now has 776 points as he did not take part in the three-match series against Sri Lanka.

As players lose two per cent of their rating points for each T20I missed, Kohli is now behind Australia�s Aaron Finch (784) and West Indies opener Evin Lewis (780).

India�s KL Rahul gained significantly to be placed fourth in the table for his back to back half centuries in the just concluded series.

In the bowlers� list, Jasprit Bumrah who did not play the final T20 International saw him slip to third place behind Pakistan spinner Imad Wasim and Afghanistan�s Rashid Khan.

Among other bowlers, leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal�s eight wickets in the series have helped him move up 14 slots to reach 16th position while Hardik Pandya (up 40 places to joint-39th) and Kuleep Yadav (up 48 places to 64) have also moved northwards after taking six wickets each. � PTI

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India rise to 2nd, Kohli slips to 3rd in T20 rankings

DUBAI, Dec 25: India captain Virat Kohli lost his pole position in the latest ICC T20 Rankings as his absence due to personal commitments led to loss of 48 ranking points.

India�s 3-0 win over Sri Lanka enabled them to move up from their pre-series tally of 119 points to 121 points.

They have leapfrogged England, New Zealand and the Windies to move from fifth to second position in a list led by Pakistan with 124 points.

Kohli, who was at the top with 824 points previously now has 776 points as he did not take part in the three-match series against Sri Lanka.

As players lose two per cent of their rating points for each T20I missed, Kohli is now behind Australia�s Aaron Finch (784) and West Indies opener Evin Lewis (780).

India�s KL Rahul gained significantly to be placed fourth in the table for his back to back half centuries in the just concluded series.

In the bowlers� list, Jasprit Bumrah who did not play the final T20 International saw him slip to third place behind Pakistan spinner Imad Wasim and Afghanistan�s Rashid Khan.

Among other bowlers, leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal�s eight wickets in the series have helped him move up 14 slots to reach 16th position while Hardik Pandya (up 40 places to joint-39th) and Kuleep Yadav (up 48 places to 64) have also moved northwards after taking six wickets each. � PTI