Gain for Pakistan's batsman in latest ICC Rankings
May 28 (CRICKETNMORE) - Asad Shafiq has risen six slots to 26th place after slamming 59 in his only innings of the match, while Harris Sohail has moved up 13 places to 80th rank after scores of 39 and 39 not out after Pakistan's memorable nine-wicket victory over England in the Lord’s Test that ended on Sunday.
Babar Azam, who was forced to retire hurt after being struck on the wrist by a Ben Stokes delivery in the first innings and ruled out of the further part in the series, has moved up 14 places to 86th position after his 68-run contribution.
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For England, Alastair Cook, a former number-two batsman, has gained one place to reach 15th position after scores of 70.