ICC WTC Points Table Updated After SL vs PAK 2nd Test 2023| ICC World Test Championship 2023-25 Standings
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ICCWTCPoints Table Updated After SL vs PAK 2nd Test 2023 | ICC World Test Championship 2023-25 Standings:Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by a massive 222 runs in the 2nd Test match at Singhalese Sports Club Cricket Ground in Colombo, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan is present at the top position with 24 points in the ICC WTC Points Table.

Pakistan won the test series against Sri Lanka by 2-0. The Player of the Series was Salman Ali Agha, who played Phenomenally in the series and contributed with both bat and ball for Pakistan’s victory over Sri Lanka.

Pakistan played a dominating cricket in this series; they easily defeated Sri Lanka in the second match. The Player of the Match in the second test was Abdullah Shafique for his excellent knock in the first inning.

Abdullah Shafique played a Fantastic game in the second match and scored 201 runs in 326 balls, whereas Salman Ali Agha showed his skills and scored 132 runs in 154 balls.

Pakistan Bowlers had bowled well in this series; they never led Sri Lankan batters to form big partnerships, whereas Sri Lanka bowlers failed to do so; they didn’t break the Important and massive partnership between Abdullah Shafique and Salman Ali Agha.

Sri Lanka batted first and got all out by scoring 166 runs on the scoreboard, whereas Pakistan scored a massive 576 runs on the scoreboard in their first inning. After their First Inning, Pakistan had a lead of 410 runs.

Sri Lanka’s batting collapsed and got all out by scoring just 188 runs on the scoreboard in their second inning and lost the match by 222 runs. Pakistan clean sweeps the two matches test series against Sri Lanka.

ICC WTC Points Table Updated After SL vs PAK 2nd Test 2023:

PositionTeamMatchesWonLostDrawnPointsPCT (%)
5West Indies2011416.67%
7New Zealand000000
8South Africa000000
9Sri Lanka202000

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