Shakib Al Hasan has regained his place in the ICC rankings for T20 all-rounders. He was ranked second before getting suspended by the International Cricket Council (ICC). As per the updated ICC rankings, he is now second in the list. Afghan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi is currently the leading all-rounder in the shortest format.
The rankings were updated on Wednesday after the three-match T20I series between Pakistan and Zimbabwe came to an end on Tuesday. Shakib features in the list as the second-best all-rounder with 268 rating points. Nabi remains at the top with 294. With Shakib's inclusion, Glenn Maxwell has dropped to third, with 220 points.
Earlier, Shakib regained the top spot in the ICC rankings for ODI all-rounders.
The southpaw is ranked 49th in the ICC rankings for T20 batsmen. Liton Das is Bangladesh's best batsman in the shortest format in terms of ranking. The right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman is ranked 21st in the 20-over format.
Shakib remains the best Bangladeshi bowler in this format. He is ranked 20th. Closest to him is Mustafizur Rahman who is ranked 31st.
Shakib became eligible to play cricket again on October 29. He was banned from all forms of cricket after he had failed to report multiple approaches from bookmakers.