Marcus Stoinis Becomes the New Number 1 Ranked T20I All-Rounder in the Latest ICC Rankings

ICC Rankings Latest T20I All-Rounder

In the latest ICC T20I rankings, Marcus Stoinis of Australia has ascended to the top spot among all-rounders. Stoinis’ stellar performance against Namibia in Antigua in 2024 earned him a career-best rating, surpassing his peers to become the number one T20I all-rounder.

ICC Rankings Latest T20I All-Rounder

Key Highlights

  • Marcus Stoinis (Australia) now holds the top position in the T20I all-rounder rankings.
  • Wanindu Hasaranga (Sri Lanka) is ranked second, despite a career-best rating achieved against Afghanistan in 2024.
  • Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh) stands at third, holding a past peak rating of 409.
  • Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan) ranks fourth, with a historical high rating of 355.
  • Sikandar Raza (Zimbabwe) rounds out the top five, having reached his best rating in 2024.

Detailed Analysis

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released its latest T20I all-rounder rankings, with Australia’s Marcus Stoinis securing the top spot for the first time. This achievement marks a significant milestone in Stoinis’ career, reflecting his consistent performance and invaluable contributions to his team.

Stoinis reached a career-best rating of 232 after an impressive outing against Namibia in Antigua in 2024. His performance in both batting and bowling has been instrumental in propelling him to the pinnacle of the rankings.

Following closely is Sri Lanka’s Wanindu Hasaranga, who has also had a remarkable year. Hasaranga achieved a career-high rating of 239 against Afghanistan at Dambulla in 2024, showcasing his prowess as an all-rounder. Despite this peak, he currently holds the second position with a rating of 222.

Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan, a seasoned all-rounder, is ranked third. Shakib, who once dominated the rankings with a career-best rating of 409 against Pakistan at Mirpur in 2015, continues to be a key player for Bangladesh.

Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi is placed fourth, with a previous best rating of 355 recorded against Bangladesh at Mirpur in 2019. Nabi’s experience and skill continue to make him a valuable asset for Afghanistan’s T20I squad.

Rounding out the top five is Sikandar Raza from Zimbabwe. Raza’s rating of 210, achieved in 2024 against Bangladesh at Mirpur, underscores his consistent performances and importance to his team.

Top 5 ICC T20I All-Rounders

PosTeamPlayerCurrent RatingCareer Best Rating (Against)
1AustraliaMarcus Stoinis231232 vs Namibia at Antigua, 2024
2Sri LankaWanindu Hasaranga222239 vs Afghanistan at Dambulla, 2024
3BangladeshShakib Al Hasan218409 vs Pakistan at Mirpur, 2015
4AfghanistanMohammad Nabi213355 vs Bangladesh at Mirpur, 2019
5ZimbabweSikandar Raza210210 vs Bangladesh at Mirpur, 2024

The latest ICC rankings highlight the competitive nature of international cricket and the exceptional talent of all-rounders across various teams. These players not only excel in their individual roles but also contribute significantly to their teams’ overall performance, making them indispensable in the T20I format.

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