No.1 ICC T20I bowler: Ravi Bishnoi, one of India’s famous Leg break-spin bowlers, has currently become the No.1 bowler in ICC T20I ranking, and he has achieved this position recently.
And after this, Bishnoi expressed his happiness in a media interview and said that he had never dreamed of becoming the world’s number one T20I bowler but now he wants to continue his performance and wants Team India to win the match. And he also wants to remain at the number one ranking.
Ravi Bishnoi No.1 ICC T20I bowler
Ravi Bishnoi performed wonders in the five-match T20 series against Australia, taking 9 wickets at an average of 18.22, which helped him in the ICC rankings. After the Australia series, Bishnoi became the number one bowler in T20 International. He achieved the number one position by leaving behind Rashid Khan of Afghanistan.
Ravi Bishnoi’s recent Performance
Bishnoi recently played a key role in India’s 4-1 win in the series against Australia on home series. And Bishnoi was awarded the Player of the Match award in this series. The leg spinner, who made his debut against West Indies in February 2022, has taken 34 wickets in 21 T20I matches so far.
BCCI tweeted on Ravi Bishnoi becoming No.1 T20I bowler
The Board of Control for Cricket in India i.e. BCCI has shared the first reaction of Ravi Bishnoi after becoming the number-1 T20 International bowler. In the video, the leg spinner said, ‘I am feeling absolutely out of this world because I never thought of becoming the number 1 bowler. But now that I have reached there, I feel very good and will try to stay here. Whenever I get a chance, I should do good for the team and make the team win.
Got a chance in Asia Cup
Bishnoi further said, “I made my debut on February 15, 2022 and there have been ups and downs in this journey, but the last 1-1.5 years have been good because I got a chance to play some good matches. During this period, I have played in the Asian Games and Asia Cup.
Bishnoi became famous after the Under 19 World Cup 2020
Bishnoi first attracted people’s attention in the ICC Men’s Under-19 World Cup 2020 played in South Africa. When he took 17 wickets in the tournament, the most by any Indian player and India was runner-up after Bangladesh.