Risabh Pant reached his career best ICC test ranking

Dubai, 20/1: Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who gave India a historic win in the Brisbane Test, has reached 13th place in the ICC Test rankings. Pant, who scored an unbeaten 89 in the fourth innings of the Brisbane Test, has gained 13 places. He is at the top of the wicketkeeper batsmen. He is followed by South African captain Quinton de Kock at number 15.

Australian batsman Marnus  Labuschagne who scored a century in Gaba test has defeated Virat Kohli and captured third place. Virat Kohli returned to India after playing the first Test due to paternity leave. The first number is held by New Zealand captain Ken Williamson and is followed by Steve Smith. Photo Among the top ten players in the batsmen list, Virat Kohli is fourth, Cheteshwar Pujara is seventh and Ajinkya Rahane is at ninth position. Pujara, who scored a brilliant 56 runs in the second innings of the Brisbane Test, has gained one place in the ranking. Ajinkya Rahane suffered losses.

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