Windies bowlers Keemo Paul, Sheldon Cottrell and Fabian Allen too make big gains following the three-match series between the Caribbean side and Bangladesh.
Windies opener Lewis, who blitzed his way to a match-winning 89 in the series decider, jumped 11 places to No.4 in the latest update to the MRF Tyres ICC T20I Player Rankings for batsmen on Sunday, 23 December.
While Lewis' effort helped Windies post an imposing total, it was Keemo Paul's devastating spell that sealed the deal for Windies, as he inspired a Bangladesh collapse, taking 5/15 in his four overs. Paul had also done well in the first game with 2/23, and was rewarded with a 42-place jump to No.30 in the bowlers' chart. His cameos with the bat gave him a 34-place boost on that chart too.
Batsman Shai Hope too was rewarded for his consistent efforts through the three games, including a fifty in the first game, earning a massive 82-place leap to No.82.
The other Windies batsmen making gains were Nicholas Pooran (16 places to No.88) and Rovman Powell (26 places to No.110).
As for the bowlers, Cottrell and Allen made a huge upward movement. Cottrell, who finished the series with seven scalps, jumped 64 places to No.88, and Allen moved up 86 places to No.99. Skipper Carlos Brathwaite became the top-ranked Windies bowler with an eight-place leap to No.22, finishing one above Samuel Badree, the Windies leg-spinner.
Shakib Al Hasan became the first man to score 40+ with the bat and take five wickets in a T20I innings as Bangladesh defeated Windies in Dhaka to take the T20I series to a decider on Saturday.#BANvWI REPORT 👇https://t.co/QRJTXPsEr4 pic.twitter.com/2gM1q7Z7Yj— ICC (@ICC) December 20, 2018
Bangladesh too had reason to smile, skipper Shakib Al Hasan making noteworthy gains in all three tables. He climbed one place to the second spot in the all-rounder's column, three spots to No.7 in the bowler's one, and seven spots to No.37 in the batting chart. His overall rankings gain reflected his Player of the Series performance.
Close on Shakib's trail was teammate Mahmudullah, who rose one spot to No.4 in the all-rounder's chart. He also rose 17 places in the bowling chart to No.51, and two places to No.31 with the bat.
The other big positive for Bangladesh was the rise of Liton Das, who climbed 26 places to No.47 after two fantastic knocks.
The worrying aspect for Bangladesh was that Tamim Iqbal slipped two places to No.41, while Mushfiqur Rahim slipped five places to 52nd place. The stalwarts not getting runs dented Bangladesh's chances in the series. In the bowling side of things, Mustafizur Rahman's lacklustre performances were reflected by a two-place drop to 24th.