On Thursday Indian skipper, Virat Kohli was adjudged as the ICC cricketer of the year. He had scored six centuries in 2017 with an average of 76.84.
His ODI career average stands at 55.74, the highest ever by any batsman from a full member nation, with a strike rate of around 100.
Just 29, Virat Kohli had already scored 32 ODI centuries. Sachin Tendulkar had an all-time record of 49 centuries. Kohli would surely have that in his sight.
It’s not only the number of runs he scores but the time in which he stands and the quality of shots he bats matters a lot. He was always a person whom a team can depend upon in tough phases.