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Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan managed to climb the all-rounders' rankings and jumped a place above English counterpart Ben Stokes despite the contrasting fortunes of their respective teams.
Shakib's counter-attacking innings of 84 in the second innings helped the veteran move to third on the all-rounders' charts while Stokes dropped to fourth.
The Southpaw also moved up four steps in the batter’s ranking to reach 37th.
Litton Das holds the best position of Bangladesh in the ranking of batters. Although he got out for 24 and 19 runs in Chittagong, he is still in 14th place.
Mushfiqur Rahman has progressed two steps even though he could not fulfill the expectations in this Test. The batter who scored 28 and 23 runs is at number 19.
In this Test, Nazmul Hossain Shanto advanced two steps (84th) for his fifty in the team's second innings.
Marnus Labuschagne remains at the top of the batsmen rankings. Babar Azam overtakes Steve Smith to become second in career best.