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Shakib No 2 all-rounder in Test Cricket, according to ICC rankings

23 June 2022
Shakib No 2 all-rounder in Test Cricket, according to ICC rankings


Sports Reporter :
Captain of Bangladesh Test Cricket team Shakib Al Hasan has taken the second position as an all-rounder in Test Cricket, according to the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings. Earlier, Shakib Al Hasan was the top all-rounder of world Test Cricket, according to  ICC rankings for a long time.
But he was out of that position for several years. However, Shakib has come to near the position of top all-rounder in Test Cricket after playing the first Test match against West Indies in Antigua which concluded on June 19. Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is now the best all-rounder of Test Cricket. Jadeja's rating point is 385, while Shakib's rating point is 345.
Shakib Al Hasan played a heroic 51-run innings against the hosts West Indies in the first innings and notched up 63 runs in the second innings.
Shakib Al Hasan took the top position of the all-rounder of Test Cricket, according to ICC in December, 2011.
Shakib also improved his position as a batter. Shakib Al Hasan took the 32nd position as a batter in Test Cricket. Litton Das is now in the 12th position in Test Cricket, according to the latest ICC rankings.
Meanwhile, West Indian right-arm pacer Kemar Roach has taken the eighth position as a bowler in Test Cricket. Kemar Roach captured two wickets in the first innings of the Antigua Test and claimed five wickets in the second innings of that Test. Roach was adjudged the Man of the Match for his outstanding bowling performance.

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