Indian jack-of-all-trades Ravindra Jadeja replaced Jason Holder of the West Indies to restore the ICC ranking among all-rounders in Test cricket after his stunning singles show in Mohali against Sri Lanka.

India’s Ravindra Jadeja rose to first place in the ICC General Test scores in all rounds after beating Sri Lanka in the first Test at Mohali, India. This isn’t the first time India’s Ravindra Jadeja has topped the ICC Common Test leaderboard, and it’s no surprise that the team performed well in Mohali’s first test. Indian star Ravindra Jadeja took first place in the ICC All-Rounder Test table with a good performance on the ball and bat as well against Sri Lanka in the first test. 

Notably, Ravichandran Ashwin also gained attention with his impressive batting and ball play in the Mohali Test. Ashwin scored a game-tying 61 during the Indian serve and collected a total of six wickets (2 in the first inning and 4 in the second essay).  Indian wicket-keeper  Rishabh Pant broke a groundbreaking 96 (97) in the first inning of the Mohali Test. Whirlwind 96 allowed Rishabh Pant to enter the top 10 test batters.

The all-around ace 175 also lifted him to 17 spots, 54th to 37th, in the batsman’s standings, and nine wickets in the match helped him 17th in the bowlers’ standings. Performance by India’s Ravindra Jadeja, a man of the match in which he achieved the best record of his career, was unbeaten for 175 years at-bat and received the 9/87 with the ball in India’s innings and 222 runs victory against Sri Lanka in Mohali. It was enough to catapult him to pole position. India‘s Ravindra Jadeja just topped the last ICC test ranking in August 2017 when she spent a week at number one.

After a solid performance in their first Test match against Sri Lanka, India’s men are on top again. Captain Rohit Sharma didn’t cause much trouble for the scorers in his first Test as captain, with Captain Rohit Sharma dropping one spot to finish 6th. Apart from Ravichandran Ashwin of former India skipper Virat Kohli who scored 45 runs in the historic 100th Test, former India skipper Virat Kohli moved up two places to take the first place on the batting chart.

The test match was finished in just three days, with India putting up a whopping score of 574 runs with the loss of 8 wickets. Indian batters were excellent, just like their bowlers, who were told to bowl twice as the Lankan team was bowled out for a total score of 174 in the first innings, for which they were asked to follow on in their second innings, in which they were bowled out for 178 in 60 overs.

Ravindra Jadeja is a particular player with many skills, and performances put in by the Indian team are topnotch. Aiming to win the Test Championship this time, team India is fully charged.