Virat Kohli has been awarded as the winner of the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy (Cricketer of the Year) at the 2017 ICC Awards for his exceptional performances across all formats. img source:cricketcountry.com In the qualification period from September 21, 2016 to the end of 2017, Kohli scored 2,203 Test runs at an average of 77.80 including eight centuries and 1,818 ODI runs including seven centuries at 82.63. [the_ad id="3627"] “It means a lot to win the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for becoming the ICC Cricketer of the Year 2017 and also the ICC ODI Player of the Year,” he said. “I won that back in 2012 also but it’s the first time winning the Garfield Sobers Trophy, and it’s a huge honor for me. It is probably the biggest of all in world cricket and two Indians getting it ba
[the_ad id="3627"] India beat Sri Lanka by five wickets to seal final berth of Asia Cup 2016 and player of the match is Virat Kohli. Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina also did well with the bat. Asia Cup 2016 winning India Batsman R(B) 4s 6s SR Dhawan 1(3) 0 0 33.33 c Chandimal b Kulasekara Rohit 15(14) 3 0 107.14 c C Kapugedera b Kulasekara Kohli 56(47) 7 0
[the_ad id="3627"] India won by 5 wkts and Virat Kohli was the Man of the Match for his gritty 49.The Pakistani players congratulate Virat Kohli for his knock. It was 2nd time to won Asia Cup 2016. Kohli and Yuvraj Singh showcased his match brilliantly. In the end India finished with four overs to spare and by five wickets. Everyone know that Pakistan's bowlers are good but incidentally what happened India's bowling won the match. India picked up their second win in the tournament. The target was only 84 but made 85/5. It was awesome. [the_ad id="3627"] India Batsman R(B) 4s 6s SR Rahane 0(1) 0 0 0.00 lbw b M Amir Rohit
Virat Kohli slammed his 25th hundred in just his 170th one day international and 162nd innings, becoming the quickest to get there, breaking Sachin Tendulkar's record. The Master Blaster took 234 innings to reach the milestone. Kohli is now fourth on the list of batsmen with most hundreds in one day cricket. Sri Lankan batting legend Kumar Sangakkara retired with 25 hundreds from 404 ODIs. This was Kohli's second successive hundred after scores of 91 in Perth and 59 in Melbourne. The 27-year-old smashed 117 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. [the_ad id="3627"] Chasing an improbable 349, Kohli walked in after the in-form Rohit Sharma departed for a 25-ball 41. He got off the mark with a boundary when he punished a half-volley from James Faulkner and did not look back since.
[the_ad id="3627"] Match preview: Struggling India aim to keep series alive Australia won with 3 wickets ,296/7 in 48.5 Overs and India end on 295/6 in 50 overs. Melbourne: Having lost two games in a row, India will aim to keep themselves alive in the ongoing five-match One Day International (ODI) series when they face Australia in the third game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) here on Sunday. To be fair to the visitors, their batsmen did reasonably well, posting totals of 309 and 308 respectively in the first two matches after skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and decided to bat on both occassions. Rohit Sharma has been the star performer, scoring back to back centuries at the top of the batting order. The Mumbai lad scored an unbetaen 171 in the first match b