The Indian skipper Virat Kohli, dropped to number 10 at the latest ICC T20 batsmen rankings. He could manage only 105 runs in the four T20I innings against the Kiwis.
The Indian skipper has been replaced by England captain Eoin Morgan who scored 136 runs from three innings against South Africa and helped them win the series 2-1.
He went past Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma to claim the ninth position. Quinton de Kock, Morgan's opposite number, has climbed as many as 10 spots to occupy the 16th position, after having registered scores of 31, 65 and 35.
Babar Azam remains at the top of the rankings, followed by Rahul and Australia captain Aaron Finch, while the bowling and the all-rounder's charts are led by Afghanistan's Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi respectively.
England have retained their third position in the team rankings and their series win against South Africa has taken them within two points of second-placed Australia. India come fourth in the list topped by Pakistan.
Meanwhile, Mahmudullah has the highest-ranking place amongst Bangladeshi T20 Batsmen. He is at 28.
Mustafizur Rahman placed 40, is the top placed Bangladeshi bowler.