Holder moves to number two on ICC Test bowlers rankings
For his 6-42 in the first innings and seven wickets in the game, West Indies captain Jason Holder has moved up to number two on the ICC Test bowling rankings, notching up a career-best 862 points.
Australian Pat Cummins is the man ahead of him on 914 points.
Holder’s spell on day two limited England to 204, setting up the Caribbean side for a four-wicket win, which gave them a crucial 1-0 lead in the three-match series against England.
The performance earned Holder 32 points, which took him past New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner.
Holder is also the number one Test all-rounder, and the West Indies highest ranked Test batsman at number 35.
Kemar Roach, who went wicketless in the match is ranked 16th with 731 points, while Man-of-the-Match Shannon Gabriel is ranked 18th with 726 points. Gabriel took nine wickets in the game and was named Man-of-the-Match.