It was a bad Sunday for Sri Lanka, as first they were humiliated by Colin Munro, and then dislodged from Number 1 spot from the T20 rankings. With the loss to the New Zealand in the second T20 they were replaced by West Indies in the top spot.
West Indies, Australia and Sri Lanka have the same number of points which is 118 before the match but now Sri Lanka slipped to number 3 and Australia placed in second spot.
England with 117 points placed in fourth place, followed by South Africa with 115 points. The sixth and seventh places occupied by Pakistan and New Zealand.
The Men in Blue, slipped to eighth place in ranking but has chance to climb up the rankings against Australia later this month.
The ninth place is occupied by Afghanistan with 78 points and Bangladesh with 69 points in last rankings.
Here we look at the ICC 20 team rankings:
West Indies-118 points Australia -118 points Sri Lanka -118 points England- 117 points South Africa -115 points Pakistan-114 points New Zealand-114 points India- 110 points Afghanistan-78 points Bangladesh- 69 points