Pakistan team and cricketers two worst things after Dubai test defeat

Pakistan cricket team two setbacks after Dubai testDUBAI – Dubai test defeat on one side lower downs player’s moral  and on other side sheds player’s ranking.

International Cricket Council has updated the test player rankings where Abraham de Villiers of South Africa is still having the monarchy.

The second position is being held by West Indian Shiv Narain chandarpaul, while New Zealand Taylor is holding on to third place, Hashim Amla batting ranking fourth, Stysur Pujara, Kumar Sangakkara and Michael Clarke finished 5th, 6th and 7th respectively.

Misbah ul Haq is still in top ten and is holding 8th position while Younis Khan falls to 10th from 9th position.

In addition, Asad Shafiq’s poor performance in two consecutive matches against Sri Lanka has dipped him below 4 degrees and has been ranked No. 22 in the rankings and so on. Professor Mohammad Hafeez is not even in the Top Fifty.

Bowlers in the bowling rankings are still unchanged, Vernon Philander and Dale Steyn of South Africa still maintained the first and second position .

Australia’s Ryan Harris on the third, Sri Lanka’s player hirath on 4th while Pakistan’s trump card Saeed Ajmal is holding 5th position.

Australia’s Peter Siddle on sixth, seventh India’s Ravichandran Ashwin and Australia’s Mitchell Johnson is holding 8th position.


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