Steyn reclaims No. 1 ranking in Tests

'Don't give a **** about personal records' - Steyn (1:03)

Dale Steyn talks about what he will remember from his career once he's done with his playing days. (1:03)

Dale Steyn has reclaimed the No. 1 spot in the ICC Test bowlers' rankings after picking up match figures of 8 for 99 in South Africa's 204-run win over New Zealand in Centurion. Steyn went up two places in the rankings, leapfrogging R Ashwin and James Anderson, to become No. 1 for the first time since December 2015, when he suffered a shoulder injury during the Durban Test against England.

The other two members of South Africa's pace attack in Centurion also climbed the rankings, with Vernon Philander going from 13th to 11th, and Kagiso Rabada from 30th to 27th. Faf du Plessis, who scored a century in South Africa's first innings, jumped from 33rd to 24th in the Test batsmen's rankings.

South Africa's 1-0 series win, meanwhile, lifted them from seventh to fifth in the team rankings, which meant they swapped places with New Zealand, who now sit a place below sixth-placed Sri Lanka.