Pakistan now sit alone at the top of the standings with a 100 per cent win-loss record, following their four-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in Galle last week
Ravindra Jadeja (L), Rohit Sharma (2L), Ravichandran Ashwin (3L), Ajinkya Rahane (4L), Mohammed Siraj (5L) and Shubman Gill (6R), of India, look at Alzarri Joseph (2R), of West Indies, while waiting for the third umpire review during the fourth day of the second Test cricket match between India and West Indies at Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Pic/AFP
India have dropped to the second spot in the latest World Test Championship (WTC) standings after being held to a draw against West Indies.
Leading the two-match series 1-0, India looked on course to win the second Test, having taken two wickets to leave the West Indies trailing by 289 runs by the end of the fourth day’s play. However, India had to settle for a share of the spoils after the entire final day was washed out. The draw hurt India’s win-loss percentage, which has dropped from 100 to 66.67.
Pakistan now sit alone at the top of the standings with a 100 per cent win-loss record, following their four-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in Galle last week.
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