Big Test ranking moves for Bangladesh

Bangladesh cricketers have continued to make improvements in the ICC Test rankings following their 186-run victory over Zimbabwe in the third Test in Chittagong on Sunday.
In the rankings for Test Batsmen, Mominul Haque moved up 14 places to a career high 19th position after scores of 48 and 131 not out, while team-mate Tamim Iqbal climbed three places to 34th thanks to his knocks of 109 and 65.
For Zimbabwe, Sikandar Raza was the highest mover, up 24 places to 62nd position after completing innings of 82 and 65 in his side's defeat.

His team-mate Hamilton Masakadza climbed to 39th (up by five) following his innings of 81 and 38 to achieve his highest ranking to date, while Regis Chakabva moved up 24 places to a career-high 68th.

In the rankings for Test bowlers, Shakib Al Hasan remained Bangladesh's highest ranked bowler in 16th position, but leg-spinner Jubair Hossain was the biggest mover in the rankings with a staggering 55-place jump to 58th place after claiming combined match figures of seven wickets for 152 runs.
Shakib remained the number-one player on the all-Rounder rankings after scores of 71 and 17 in the third Test, while he also chipped in with a wicket to extend his lead over India's Ravichandran Ashwin to 41 points.
The batting table continued to be headed by Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara, while Dale Steyn led the bowlers' list.