New Delhi Every player wants to become number 1 in the ICC rankings. However, England batsman David Malan has a different thinking. The special thing is that at this time he is the world’s number-1 batsman in the T20 ranking released by the ICC. England player David Malan has said that the importance of ICC T20 rankings is low for him and this does not guarantee his selection in the team.
He said that this puts pressure on him. Malan said on Thursday, “It is something that I will enjoy after retirement. But it is not what I am thinking about right now. It does not guarantee scoring nor does it in the team Your place is guaranteed to be confirmed. After retirement, I will see it (T20 ranking) as my memories. “
“Having high ranking also puts pressure on you and I want it not to affect me, whether I remain number-1 or 20 or 100 in the world rankings,” he said. Malan, who grew up in South Africa, made his T20 cricket debut in June 2017. He has since scored 682 runs at an average of 48.71. He has recently slipped Pakistan’s Babar Azam to the No.1 position in the T20 rankings.