Dubai (Agencies): Virat Kohli on Sunday topped the ICC Player Rankings for Test Batsmen after his brilliant century against England in the opening Test at Edgbaston this week.

No Pakistan player made to the top ten batsmen of the latest rankings list.

Kohli became the seventh India batsman and first since Sachin Tendulkar (in June 2011) to be ranked the number one Test batsman in the latest ICC ranking released today.

India skipper scored 149 and 51 in India’s 31-run defeat and has gone up by 31 points, which have helped him to end Steve Smith’s 32-month reign as the top-ranked batsman and reach the top of the summit for the first time in his 67-Test career.

The 29-year-old now leads Smith (who had held the top spot since December 2015) by five points but will have to maintain the form in the remaining four Tests to finish the series as the world’s highest-ranked batsman.

Batting
01 (+1) Virat Kohli (IND) 934 54.28 934 v ENG Edgbaston 2018
02 (-1) Steve Smith (AUS) 929 61.37 947 v RSA Durban 2018
03 (-) Joe Root (ENG) 865 52.18 917 v AUS Trent Bridge 2015
04 (-) Kane Williamson (NZL) 847 50.35 893 v AUS Perth 2015
05 (-) David Warner (AUS) 820 48.20 880 v NZL Perth 2015
06 (-) Cheteshwar Pujara (IND) 791 50.34 888 v SRI Nagpur 2017
07 (-) Dimuth Karunaratne (SRI) 754 37.28 754 v RSA Colombo (SSC) 2018
08 (-) Dinesh Chandimal (SRI) 733 44.96 755 v WIS St Lucia 2018
09 (-) Dean Elgar (RSA) 724 41.05 784 v AUS Johannesburg 2018
10 (-) Aiden Markram (RSA) 703 47.27 759 v Aus Johannesburg 2018
Bowling
01 (-) James Anderson (ENG) 884 27.19 896 v WIS Lord's 2017
02 (-) Kagiso Rabada (RSA) 882 21.71 902 v AUS Pt Elizabeth 2018
03 (-) Ravindra Jadeja (IND) 857 23.11 899 v AUS Ranchi 2017
04 (-) Vernon Philander (RSA) 826 21.54 912 v IND Johannesburg 2013
05 (-) Ravichandran Ashwin (IND) 825 25.17 904 v ENG Mumbai 2016
06 (-) Pat Cummins (AUS) 800 23.81 800 v RSA Johannesburg 2018
07 (-) Trent Boult (NZL 795 27.84 825 v ENG Lord's 2015
08 (-) Rangana Herath (SRI) 791 27.95 867 v ZIM Harare 2016
09 (-) Neil Wagner (NZL) 765 28.26 785 v WIS Wellington 2017
10 (-) Josh Hazlewood (AUS) 759 26.84 863 v IND Bangalore 2017