ICC WTC Points Table: Bangladesh jumps after achieving historic win over New Zealand, moves closer to India, see points table
Raj Nandani Jha
05/01/2022 14:27 IST
Bangladesh created history by defeating New Zealand in the first match of the two-Test series. This win against the defending champions in the World Test Championship has given Bangladesh a tremendous advantage in the points table.
Bangladesh created history by defeating New Zealand in the first match of the two-Test series. This win against the defending champions in the World Test Championship has given Bangladesh a tremendous advantage in the points table. He has moved up to the fifth place. Bangladesh's team is now ahead of strong teams like West Indies, New Zealand, South Africa, and England in the World Test Championship.
This is Bangladesh's best performance in the points table. He had not yet reached the fifth place.On the other hand, New Zealand's team has slipped to the seventh position after the loss. The Indian team is currently playing a series against South Africa.He currently occupies fourth place.The Australian team, which won the Ashes series, currently occupies the first position. After that, there is the team of Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
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West Indies are in sixth, New Zealand seventh, and England team at eighth. South Africa is at the bottom of the points table at the ninth spot after losing the first Test of the three-Test series against India at Centurion. He will have a chance to improve the rankings by winning the Johannesburg Test against India.
Bangladesh team won their first Test on New Zealand soil by winning eight wickets.On the fifth day, the Bangladeshi team bowled out New Zealand for 169 in the second innings.In this way, he got a target of 40 runs to win.He achieved it at the loss of two wickets.New Zealand's team has lost a Test match at the home ground for the first time since 2017.He had lost against South Africa last time.