Ben Stokes became the number one all-rounder

Dubai: England's Ben Stokes has been named the world's best all-rounder in a stellar performance in the Manchester Test against the West Indies.

The ICC has released a new ranking for the Tests, with Ben Stokes becoming the world's number one Test all-rounder and rising to third in the batting rankings.

Replacing Jesse Holder, who has held the number one position for 18 months, Ben Stokes played a brilliant 128 in the first innings of the Manchester Test, while batting aggressively in the second innings, scoring 78 off just 57 balls. Was stable

He also took a total of 3 wickets in this test.

Australia's Pat Cummins is the number one ICC Test bowler, while Steve Smith is the number one batsman and Pakistan's star batsman Babar Azam is the number six.

It is to be noted that England had defeated West Indies by 113 runs in the second Test match to level the series. Ben Stokes was declared the best player of the match.

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