New Zealand drops two places in Twenty20 rankings
Wellington, July 3 (ANI): New Zealand has dropped two places in the ICC Twenty20 cricket rankings following their 2-0 series loss to the West Indies in the United States.
The Black Caps lost four points after their dismal showing in Florida and drop below Pakistan and Australia to sixth, with only India and the West Indies below them.
The Windies have moved ahead of Ireland into eighth, while big hitting Chris Gayle moved to fourth in the batting following his two half centuries against the Kiwis, stuff.co.nz reports.
England's Eoin Morgan has reclaimed the No 1 batting spot from Martin Guptill, who could manage only 29 runs in the two matches.
New Zealand is currently eighth in the test rankings and seventh in the one-day internationals rankings. (ANI)
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