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Shakib Al Hasan slips to fifth in T20I all-rounder rankings

Shakib Al Hasan slips to fifth in T20I all-rounder rankings

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Nabi, 39, moved up two places from third to first, while Australia's Marcus Stoinis jumped three spots to second

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Publisted at 8:15 PM, Wed Jun 12th, 2024

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Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan has dropped to the fifth spot in the latest ICC Men's T20I All-Rounder Rankings, with Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi climbing back to the top.

The rankings, published by the ICC on Wednesday, reflect the recent performances in the ongoing T20 World Cup.

Afghanistan's impressive start to the tournament has played a crucial role in the rankings shake-up.

They have secured massive victories against Uganda and New Zealand, putting them on the brink of qualification for the Super 8 stages.

In contrast, Shakib's declining form with both bat and ball has seen him fall from first to fifth.

Nabi, 39, moved up two places from third to first, while Australia's Marcus Stoinis jumped three spots to second, thanks to his 'Player of the Match' performance in Australia's first game against Oman.

Sri Lanka's captain, Wanindu Hasaranga, dropped from second to third as his team faces potential early elimination from the tournament.

Zimbabwe's Sikandar Raza maintained his fourth position with 210 rating points.

The overall top five is tightly contested, with Nabi leading at 231 points, followed by Stoinis at 225, Hasaranga at 216, Raza at 210, and Shakib at 208 points.

There was some positive news for Bangladesh's bowlers.

Mustafizur Rahman climbed ten spots to 13th, Taskin Ahmed moved up eight places to 19th, and Rishad Hossain jumped 24 spots to 30th following their impressive performances against Sri Lanka and South Africa.

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