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Rohit Sharma reaches career-best 8th Place in latest ICC Test Ranking

Indian opener Rohit Sharma has moved from 14th to eighth position in the latest ICC Test rankings released.

Yogita S.

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Published on 28 Feb 2021 10:02 AM GMT

Rohit Sharma reaches career-best 8th Place in latest ICC Test Ranking
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New Delhi: Indian opener Rohit Sharma has got the advantage of good batting in the Test series against England. He has come at number eight in the International Cricket Council (ICC) batsmen's latest released Test rankings. He has gained 6 places. This is the best rankings in Rohit's career.

Rohit Sharma at 8th position in Test Ranking:

Even before this, he has been included in the top-10 batsmen. At the same time, Indian of Ravichandan Ashwin has joined the top-3 in the Test rankings of bowlers. They are in third place. They have gained four places. He has 823 rating points in his account. Ashwin took seven wickets in the day-night Test against England at the newly built Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

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Rohit scored 66 in the first innings of the third Test played with a pink ball in Motera and an unbeaten 25 in the second. Due to this, they have reached 14th to 8th position.

Rohit also scored an innings of 161 runs in the second match of the ongoing Test series against England. He got the benefit of this and in the Test rankings, he jumped 9 places to number 14. Rohit, who achieved the best eighth ranking in Test career, has 742 rating points in his account.

Rohit is second in the list of batsmen who have scored the most runs in the four-Test series against England. He has scored 296 runs in three Tests at an average of 59.20. This includes a century and a half-century. England captain Joe Root has scored the most 333 runs. Rohit's 161-run innings in Chennai helped India win the second Test.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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