By Azad Ali
West Indies has moved up a notch from ninth to the eight spot in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Test rankings after crushing Bangladesh in the recently first Test in Antigua.
They bowled out Bangladesh for their lowest Test score of 43 after fast bowler Kemar Roach took five wickets for eight runs.
The West Indies then amassed a total of 406 in their first innings with opener Kraigg Brathwaite scoring a century.
Shannon Gabriel then grabbed five wickets in the second innings to bowl out Bangladesh for 144, giving the home team a massive first innings victory.
Going into the series, the West Indies were ranked ninth with 72 points, while Bangladesh was ahead of them on 75 points.
After the crushing victory, the West Indies team has moved up by three points and is now on 75.
Bangladesh lost six points and is now sitting on 69 points and is in ninth position.