Team India reached top in World Test Championship points table, Africa suffered huge loss

World Test Championship 2023-25 ​​Points Table: The Indian team defeated South Africa by 7 wickets in the Cape Town Test. With this victory, the Indian team has made a big gain in points for the World Test Championship 2023-25. After defeating host Africa, Team India captained by Rohit Sharma has reached the top position in the points table. Africa, the loser, has slipped to second place.

In the World Test Championship 2023-25 ​​cycle, the Indian team has played four Tests so far, in which they won 2, lost one and one ended in a draw. After winning 2 out of 4, India’s winning percentage has become 54.16, which is the highest. At the same time, South Africa’s winning percentage has reached 50. Africa has so far played two Tests in the new Test Championship cycle, winning one and losing one.

New Zealand is at third place in the points table with 50.00 percent win. New Zealand has also played 2 matches, in which they lost 1 and won 1. Then Bangladesh is at fifth position in the table. Bangladesh’s win percentage after playing 2 tests is also 50%.

The condition of Pakistan is very bad

Whereas in the points table, Pakistan team is present at sixth position. Currently, Pakistan team is on Australia tour, where they have lost the first two matches of the three-match series. After playing 4 Tests, Pakistan has a winning percentage of 45.83.

India crushed Africa badly, Bumrah-Siraj did wonders

The Indian team defeated host South Africa by 7 wickets in the second test, in which fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj did wonders. Siraj took 6 wickets in the first innings of Africa, then Bumrah took 6 wickets in the second innings. Team India lost the first match of the two-match Test series by an innings and 32 runs. After this, in the second match, Rohit Brigade made a comeback and gave a crushing defeat to Africa.

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