Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal have made big contributions in the T-20 series against the West Indies. Two of the players have been recognized for outstanding performance in the series. The two left-handed batsmen of Bangladesh have improved in the ICC Twenty20 batsmen rankings.
Shakib scored 103 runs, including a fifty in three matches in Bangladesh’s 2-1 win series. The best player of the series has progressed to eight points. Bangladesh captain is now 45
Tamim did not play as well as the ODI series but Tamim In the first match, he scored 95 runs in the last two matches. Tamim has emerged as the highest run-getter in 39th position.
In the final match of the series in Lador Hill in Florida, Liton Das played 61 off 32 balls in the final match. That’s his first fifty in the white ball cricket. The left-hander has progressed in the 22nd ranking. Liton now stands at number 71. The rating point has increased to 351, which is his career best.
Mahmudullah could not play big innings in this series. However, three innings of 35, 13 * and 32 * were effective. Mahmudullah is in the 36th position with Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed three steps ahead.
West Indies batsman Evelyn Lewis has been down in the rankings for the poor performance in the series. Lewis was at number 7 in the West Indies batting line-up. His three innings in this series are 17, 12 and 13. He is now tied 11th with Indian captain Virat Kohli, behind 7 to 4 points. The score of 671 points is equal to the two.
Andre Russell has played very well in batting. It has got an impression on the ranking. In the ranking of batsmen, 26 points ahead Russel has come up to 86 The West Indian all-rounder has five points ahead of the bowlers’ rankings with two wickets in the scoring.
Caribbean off-spinner Ashley Nurse has taken 21 wickets in the series with 4 wickets, with 91 points. Bangladeshi left-arm spinner Nazmul Islam Apu took 3 wickets for 28 runs in the second match, 14 steps ahead, he got 70.