Ben Stokes rises to career-best ranking after Headingley blockbuster

In Headingley, he scored seventh in North Sound, at No. 1, 13, all-rounder, and 7th of Jasprit Bumrah, against him in Ben Stokes' remarkable 135-time and four wicket matches. Top 10 of the bowler.

Technically, he was ranked 12th among batters on the day the Headingley Test ended, but dropped one spot when the rank was updated after the P Sara Oval Test in Sri Lanka. Lanka and New Zealand when Tom Latham climbed from 8 to 8 as a result of 154 in the team's only innings.

Virat Kohli continued to be number one on the batter chart, but only 6 points away from Steven Smith, who missed the third test because of concussion-related issues.

Among the other active hitters in three trials, Kane Williamson (No. 3), Chetewa Le Puzara (No. 4) and Henry Nichols (No. 5) occupy the spot, while Sri Lankan captain Dimuth Karunaratne 6), Joe Root (up to 7th) and Ajinkya Rahane (up to 11th) were in the top 15.

In the list of Allrounders, Jason Holder stayed at the top and Stokes pushed Shakib Al Hasan, Ravindra Jadeja and Pat Cummins to second, which now took second place.

However, Cummins was still the best bowler ever, with Bumrah also rising up nine, Brent, Trent Boult, Kemar Roach, Josh Hazlewood and Ishant Sharma, who continued his amazing rise. After only two test appearances jumped from 40 up to 43 up.

Bumrah's seventh place rose to 774 points, the highest point was 774 points, Roach's 3rd, 8th, Hazlewood's 3rd, 12th and Ishant 671, 21.


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