Virat Kohli won two top accolades at the ICC awards of the decade on Monday.© AFP
Virat Kohli, captain of India in all formats, has won two prestigious ICC awards on Monday. The ICC named Kohli as ODI Men’s Cricketer of the Decade and the Indian Skipper also took home the Sir Garfield Sobers award for the ICC Male Cricketer of the Decade. The official Instagram of the Indian cricket team posted an image to congratulate Kohli on his achievement. Sir Garfield Sobers Award for ICC Male Cricketer of the Decade. ICC Men’s ODI Cricketer of the Decade. Runs trophies and phenomenal figures across formats over the past decade. Champion in the truest sense. Congratulations to Virat Kohli, “read the caption at the image.
“Great performance,” Rohit left a comment in the post, along with an emoji clapping.
English cricketer Danielle Wyatt also responded to the post, using multiple emojis.
Kohli has scored 20,396 runs over the past decade with the help of 66 hundreds in all formats of the game.
The Indian Skipper also scored the most number of half centuries in the last 10 years – 94 in all three formats.
Kohli was also part of the 2011 World Cup winning team when India won the coveted trophy after a 28-year hiatus.
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