Monday, 23 July 2012

Bangladesh Push Back Australia and Pakistan in Twenty20 Ranking

Bangladesh have now ranked number four on the ICC's Twenty20 rankings that follows the beating of cricket team of Ireland and leads by 3-0 on their tour of Europe. Just now, the best cricket teams like England, South Africa and Sri Lanka lie above Bangladesh in the rankings.

Bangladesh had invoked themselves into the rankings for the first and foremost occasion subsequent to their one-run triumph in the second match of the cycle and they had thrown to the number six facing the team New Zealand, India and West Indies. Saturday's last-ball victory lifted them more up the list, past Australia and Pakistan.

Ireland has dropped two more places to eleventh and pushed Afghanistan into the tenth place. According to the ICC rankings, the teams will get into the rankings only if they attend at least eight Twenty20 international matches in the periods commencing from August of the year 2009. 

Their high-minded situation in perchance extra than what captain Mushfiqur Rahim had hoped for ahead of Bangladesh's tour to Europe and also eager to just break into the rankings. "We are still not good in the new format of the game. Due to lack of international matches we are not even in the ICC Twenty20 international rankings, while even Afghanistan occupies a spot in the rankings," Mushfiqur had told reporters before leaving Dhaka. "We have a chance to break into the [rankings] table if we can win matches on this tour." 

Present ICC Twenty20 rankings
1 England
2 South Africa
3 Sri Lanka
4 Bangladesh
5 Pakistan
6 Australia
7 New Zealand
8 India
9 West Indies
10 Afghanistan

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