LAHORE – Following a thrilling win over world T20 champion West Indies, Pakistan moved up the table to the fourth position in Twenty20 cricket rankings.
The International Cricket Council’s updated rankings put Pakistan at number four with 116 points.
Pakistan started the series against the two-time reigning champion West Indies in the sixth position with 113 points, while the Windies began in the fourth position on 116 points.
Following the series win, Pakistan have swapped places with the Windies and are now ahead of England and just one point behind third-ranked South Africa.
New Zealand tops the list, while India holds the second position.