Mohammad Siraj has been rewarded for bowling brilliantly in the second Test match played against the West Indies in the latest ICC Test rankings. Siraj has jumped six places and has been able to achieve his best ever ranking in Test cricket. At the same time, Yashasvi Jaiswal, who rocked the bat in the debut series, has also benefited tremendously.
Siraj made a long jump
In the second Test match played in Port of Spain, Mohammad Siraj wreaked havoc on the West Indies batsmen. Siraj took five wickets in the first innings while opening his paw. Siraj was also awarded the Man of the Match award for his excellent bowling. The Indian fast bowler has also been rewarded for his impressive performance in the latest ICC Test rankings. Siraj has jumped six places and has reached number 33 in the list of best Test bowlers in the world.
Yashasvi also benefited
The debut series was very memorable for Yashasvi Jaiswal. In the first innings of his Test career, Yashasvi shattered many big records by playing a powerful inning of 171 runs. At the same time, he was also the highest run-scorer in the two-match series. Yashasvi has climbed 10 places in the latest ICC Test rankings and has reached the 63rd position.
Labushen reached number two
Kane Williamson remains the number one Test batsman in the world. At the same time, Marnus Labushen has now reached very close to him. Labushen has benefited greatly from playing a century at Old Trafford and he has become the second best batsman in the world by jumping three places. At the same time, Joe Root has also climbed up three places to reach number three. Ravichandran Ashwin, who showed his bowling in the Test series against the West Indies, remains the number one Test bowler in the world.