Virat Kohli, on 30 November, climbed a new high as he is ranked career-best third spot in the latest ICC rankings for batsmen.
Kohli climbed up the third spot after India registered a thumping win over England where Kohli scored 62 and six not out to move to 833 points. Before the start of the five-Test series, Kohli stood at the 15th position but moved up the rankings fast as he has 405 runs under his belt so far in the Test series.
Top-ranked in T20 Internationals and second in One-Day Internationals, Kohli will further look to better his points and reach the top spot at the end of the series against England.
While Australian captain Steve Smith holds the top spot followed by England's Joe Root in the second, India's Cheteswar Pujara occupies the eighth spot in the table.
Meanwhile, India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin topped the charts in both the bowlers' and all-rounders' list with 493 points - a tally last achieved by South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis in 2008.
Ravindra Jadeja, who is positioned seventh in the bowlers' list, gained two slots to reach a career-best fourth spot as an all-rounder after scoring a crucial 90 in his only innings in Mohali.