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ICC PLAYER RANKINGS – TEST, ODI & T20 BATSMEN IN 2021

 Official 2021 ICC ranking of Men’s Batting,The International Cricket Council (ICC) had already revealed the top  man cricket batsmen.The new ICC ranking for the batsman were judged by their  performance on the field as a batsman and how much contribution they made for their own team, especially last year, 2020. But the ICC also considered their previous ranking of the ICC from the beginning of their career to 2021. The  ICC also figured out their average,strike rate and their total half-century and century which they made last year. Specially ICC spectacled their match winning knock which really helped for the team to come back the match and to win the match.The ICC had published batsman rank position in all three format-Test, ODI and T20 cricket.

 

The top 10 TEST batsman of the ICC ranking 2021:

 

  1. Kane Williamson [New Zea] – 890 rating

  2. Virat Kohli [ind] – 879 rating

  3. Steve Smith [Aus] – 877 rating

  4. Marnus Labuschagne [Aus] – 850 rating

  5. Babar Azam [Pak] – 789 rating

  6. Ajinkya Rahane [Ind] – 784 rating

  7. David Warner [Aus] – 777 rating

  8. Ben Stokes [Eng] – 760 rating

  9. Joe Root [Eng] – 738 rating

  10. Cheteshwar Pujara [Ind] – 728 rating

 

New zealand TEST captain Kane Williamson achieved first position in TEST ranking of the ICC  2021.He played 143 international test innings and his total international test run is 6877 in Test. His test average is 52.9 and his stick rate is 51.8 in his test career. His international  highest run in one innings in his test career is 251.he scored a total 32 half – century and 23 century in his test career. He did very well last year also.Kane williamson scored a total international  498 runs in 6 test innings.His average was 83.3 and strike rate was 54.7. He scored 1 fifty and 2 hundreds in last year in his test career.His total rating point is 890.

 

Indian captain Virat kohli got 2nd position with 879 rating points.Australian top order Steve Smith achieved 3rd position of the international cricket council 2021 to get 877 rating points.Another Australian middle order Marnus Labuschange got 4th position with 850 points and Pakistani opener Babar Azam got 5th position with 789 points of the test ICC ranking.

 

 

The top 10 ODI batsman of the ICC ranking 2021:

 

 

  1. Virat Kohli [Ind] – 870 rating

  2. Rohit Sharma [Ind] – 842 rating

  3. Babar Azam [Pak] – 837 rating

  4. Ross Taylor [New Zea] – 818 rating

  5. Aaron Finch [Aus] – 791 rating

  6. Faf Du Plessis [SA] – 790 rating

  7. David Warner [Aus] – 773 rating

  8. Kane Williamson [New Zea] – 765 rating

  9. Quinton De Kock [SA] – 755 rating

  10. Jonny Bairstow [Eng] – 754 rating

 

Indian ODI captain Virat Kohli got the first position in ODI batsman ranking in world cricket.Virat Kohli is declared the men ODI cricketer of the world also by the International Cricket Council of the last Decade.He also achieved the award of the Sir Gerfield Sobers in 2021.Virat kohli appeared 241 innings in his whole ODI career and his career total run is 12,040 international runs. His average and strike rate is pretty good in ODI international cricket matches.His international ODI’s average is 59.3 and his international ODI’s strike rate is 93.2. His international ODI’s highest run is 183.His another phenomenon is his enormous half century and century. He scored 60 fifty and 42 century in his total ODI’s career, it’s a huge number for an ODI batsman international career.Virat kohli did very well last year also. He played a total 9 innings last year. His total runs in last year ODI’s international run is 431.His average was  47.9 and his strike rate was 92.3 and his innings best run is 89.He scored 5 half centuries but it’s surprising  that he had no any ODI’s century in last year.

 

Another Indian player Rohit Sharma got 2nd position with 842 rating points.Pakistani captain Babar Azam got 3rd position with 837 rating points. New Zealand middle order batsman Ross Taylor got 4th position to get 818 rating points and Australian captain Aaron Finch got 5th position with 791 rating points of the ODI’s ICC ranking 2021.

 

The top 10 T20 batsman of the ICC ranking 2021

 

  1. Dawid Malan [Eng] – 915 rating

  2. Babar Azam [Pak] – 820 rating

  3. Lokesh Rahul [Ind] – 816 rating

  4. Aaron Finch [Aus] – 808 rating

  5. Rassie Van Der Dussen [SA] – 744 rating

  6. Glenn Maxwell [Aus] – 701 rating

  7. Virat Kohli [Ind] – 697 rating

  8. Colin Munro [Nea Zea] – 695 rating

  9. Tim Seifert [Nea Zea] – 685 rating

  10. Hazratullah [Afg] – 676 rating

 

Another astonishing name is the English Dawid Malan.He just got a chance in the last 2 years ago but he was amazed in last year T20 international cricket match.The English man, Dawid Malan made a magnificent  winning knock against South Africa.He scored a magnificent 99 not out innings as England finished a 3-0 series victory over South Africa in cape Town in england.In that match he sacrificed his another international T20 century for his team win because he did not want to take any risk on that day.His total 19 international T20 innings  and his total international run is 855. His average run is 53.4 and his strike rate is 149.5in international T20 cricket. His innings highest run is 103 and he scored 3 international T20’s fifty. He did very well last year aso.In last year he appeared  10 international innings and scored a total 379 runs.His last year average was  49.6 and his strike rate was outstanding, 142.3 which was a huge and perfect strike rate for international  T20 cricket.In that year he scored 4 half centuries.So, Dawid malan achieved the first position of the ICC running 2021.His total rating is 915.

 

 

Pakistani Babar Azam got second position with 820 rating points.Indian Lokesh Rahul got 3rd position with 816 rating points. Australian Aaron Finch got 4th position with 808 rating points and South African Rassie Van Der Dussen got 5th position with 744 ratings points of the ICC T20’s rating 2021.

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