New Delhi | Virat Kohli ICC Ranking: Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is constantly struggling with his form. It’s been 2 years since Virat Kohli’s last Test century came. Virat Kohli’s last century came against Bangladesh. This is the reason why his international Test ranking is also continuously declining. For the first time, Australia’s Labuschagne has come to number one after performing brilliantly in the Ashes. Labuschagne has replaced England captain Joe Root to take the number one spot.
Labuschagne dethrones Root
Starc makes significant gains
Australia stars shine in the latest @MRFWorldwide ICC Men’s Test Player Rankings.
— ICC (@ICC) December 22, 2021
Ashwin remains at number two
Virat Kohli ICC Ranking: Ravichandra Ashwin, who has been away from Test matches for a long time, remains in second place. Pat Cummins is the captain of Australia team before Ashwin. Despite playing in the second test match against New Zealand, Kohli could not do much. This is the reason why he is now at 7th position with 796 points. Let us inform that Labuschagne has reached the top position in the ICC rankings for the first time.
Best score, still at number two
Virat Kohli ICC Ranking: England captain Joe Root is in second place with his career best score of 912. Let us tell you that before the start of the Ashes series, Joe Root was in fourth place. But after playing an innings of 74 against Australia, he gained two places. After which he scored a century and half-century in Adelaide. After which Joe Root got the second place. However, Australia beat England by 275 runs in this series to register a record win and take a 2-0 lead in the series as well.