Virat Kohli lost his number one Test ranking for batsmen to Steve Smith after scoring only 23 and 17 in India’s embarrassing defeat to England at Lord’s in the second Test on Sunday. Kohli had taken the top spot last week after smashing 149 and 51 in the first Test of the five-match series at Edgbaston.Kohli slipped back to the second spot on Monday with 919 points after low scores at Lord’s cost him 15 points.Kohli had become the first Indian batsman to reach the No.1 Test ranking for batsmen since Sachin Tendulkar in 2011.Former Australia skipper Steve Smith, who is currently serving a one-year ban over his role in the ball-tampering scandal, moved back to the top of rankings with 929 points.India lost the Lord’s Test by an innings and 159 runs as India’s batsmen continued their dismal performance away from home. With the loss, India also went 0-2 down in the five-match Test series against England.READ – Virat Kohli after innings defeat at Lord’s: We were outplayed and deserved to loseMeanwhile, James Anderson broke the 900-point barrier for the first time in his career on the back of his match-winning performance at Lord’s.The pacer, who took nine wickets in the second Test against India, gained 19 points to move to 903 rating points. He’s the first bowler to do so after Ian Botham in 1980.READ – India handed humiliating defeat by ruthless England at Lord’sAnderson is currently at the top of ICC Test rankings for bowlers, followed by South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada with 882 points.advertisement Virat Kohli is in second spot with 919 points (@ICC Photo)The loss at Lord’s also brought bad news for other Indian cricketers.READ – Virat Kohli suffers biggest Test defeat as captainMurali Vijay slipped eight places to No.33 after being dismissed for a pair at Lord’s. This, after he managed just 20 and 6 in the first Test at Edgbaston. Dinesh Karthik fell 18 places and is now ranked No.195 after totalling just one run across two innings at Lord’s.Among the bowlers, Kuldeep Yadav fell by 13 places to No.70 after his returns of 1/44 in nine overs at Lord’s.Pleasingly for India, a couple of players made decent gains. Ravichandran Ashwin’s stock as a batsman rose after scores of 29 and 33* – he jumped 10 places to No.57 in the batting charts, and is now the No.3-ranked player among all-rounders after moving up by one place.READ – Downright embarrassing: Indian cricket fans fume after Lord’s disasterHardik Pandya jumped 18 places in the all-rounders’ charts, and is now ranked No.44 – he returned 3/66 and resisted the relentless English attack during knocks of 11 and 26.It also earned him a jump of 25 places among the batsmen, and he is now ranked No.74 in the world.