After a bubble of 30 balls 60 in the final against South Africa, opening India Shafali Verma solidified its position at the top of the killers in the latest T20I rankings published on Tuesday.
Verma, which regained the top spot last week, collected 26 rating points for its knockout in the final and is currently at 776 rating points. Now the young Indian has a 35-point lead over Australian Beth Mooney.
Verma’s first partner Smrati mandhana, with whom it was associated in a decisive 96-series position, won one place and is sixth after its unbeaten 48 of 28 deliveries.
The winning match of three to nine winners in the match of Rajeshwari Gayakwad raised his 12th place to the best in his career 13th position among bowlers, while a sailor Arundati Reddy has won 15 seats to reach 56th place.
For South Africa, who won the series 2-1, captain Sune Luus won one slot to reach 37th place in the tests after his 28th shot, while fast bowling Tumi Sekuhune was 42nd after winning seven slots.
Universal Nadine de Klerk advanced two slots to catch up with compatriot Moselin Daniels in 66th place.
Among others, Australia’s unbeaten 73 points by Ashley Gardner against New Zealand in Hamilton helped her win five places to reach the best 11th position in her career.
Foot spinner Georgia Weram reached 10th position in her career after winning two slots, while Nicolas Curry climbed from 60th to 57th position, another remarkable win for Australian bowlers after winning six wickets. on Sunday.
For New Zealand, former captain Amy Satterthwaite of 40 strokes helped her win a slot and reach 27th place.
Universal Amelia Kerr won 10 slots to 71st place in the tests, and Maddie Green took three places to 87th place. Rosemary Meyer (with seven places to 46th place) and Jess Kerr (with 38 places to 92nd place) advanced among the bowlers.