India captain Virat Kohli retained his No 1 spot on the ICC Test batsmen rankings.
After scoring 46 and 58 in the fourth Test of the five-match series against England, which India went on to lose by 60 runs, Kohli retained the No 1 spot with a career-high 937 rating points. This ranks him one point behind Gary Sobers, Clyde Walcott, Vivian Richards and Kumar Sangakkara who are tied sixth on the all-time rating list.
The 29-year-old scored 544 runs in his eight innings of the series, which includes 149 and 51 in the first Test and 103 and 97 in the third.
Cheteshwar Pujara managed to gain sixth-spot in the rankings thanks to his unbeaten 132 in the fourth Test.
In the bowling department, Indian pacer Mohammad Shami lifted back into the top 20 after his six-wicket haul in the Test which lifted him three places to 19th.
Ishant Sharma’s four wickets in the match moved him up to 25th spot.
Jasprit Bumrah moved to a career-best 487 points while retaining the 37th position.