ICC World Twenty20

Sri Lanka reclaim No 1 spot

2014-04-07 15:18
Sri Lanka (AFP)
Cape Town - Sri Lanka reclaimed the No 1 position on the ICC T20 International Team Rankings Table, after beating India in the final of the ICC World Twenty20 in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Sunday.

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Sri Lanka gained three ratings points to finish on 133, three ahead of India, to move into the top position.

Before the semi-finals began, India had gone past Sri Lanka to become the No 1-ranked side.  The final therefore was also a contest for either side to reclaim or retain the top spot.

There was no other change inside the top ten at the end of the tournament.

South Africa, who were knocked out by India in the semi-finals, remain in the No 4 spot.

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