Babar Azam is at risk for losing his mantle as the best T20I hitter on the planet subsequent to arising India star Suryakumar Yadav moved inside striking distance of the Pakistan commander on the most recent MRF Tires ICC Men’s Player Rankings.
Yadav has been in fine structure for India during their continuous T20I series against West Indies and the 31-year-old’s most recent adventures with the bat has seen him compensated on the most recent rankings update.
The ICC delivered their week after week update of the rankings on Wednesday and Suryakumar Yadav flooded up three spots to second generally speaking on the T20I list for hitters, with Babar now only two rating focuses in front of the in-structure right-hander.
His 816 focuses are the third-most noteworthy focuses at any point accomplished by an Indian, behind Virat Kohli and KL Rahul.
Men’s T20I Batting Rankings
Yadav just made his global presentation toward the beginning of last year and his quick late ascent has come on the rear of 100 years against England in Nottingham last month and a slick 50 years against West Indies on Tuesday.
Elevated up the request to open the batting close by captain Rohit Sharma interestingly during this visit through the Caribbean, Yadav has been a focusing light for India and his 111 runs at a strike rate more than 168 through the initial three matches of the series has assisted the Asian country with guaranteeing a 2-1 series lead.
It’s additionally supported Suryakumar Yadav’s possibilities making the excursion to Australia for the ICC T20 World Cup in the not so distant future and on the off chance that he can overwhelm Babar and guarantee the No.1 T20I positioning then his case will nearly be unfavorable.