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Virat Kohli in the eyes of Wisden

Word of Life is a name for everyone, Wisden Magazine. This magazine, known as one of the most respected and most admired in the whole of the world. The Wisden has announced the name of the world's top cricketer for the year 2015. Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli is the year's leading cricketer. This year's recognition for the Indian captain has brought great glory. The third-time Wisden Cricketer crowned the crown for the third time in the runner-up

In addition to this unforgettable recognition, Kohli has kept Kohli in the list of five of the year's best. Kohli, along with James Butler, Sam Karen, Rory Barnes and women cricketer Tammy Bumton, has been one of the five cricketer of the year 2013. Indian Women's Cricket Team Memories

The Indian cricketer was on the list for the three-year wizard's list of top-ranked players for the first time. However, none of the two legends Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar have been in the top three for three years. In 2008 and 2009, after the form of Sehwag in 2010, the honorable recognition was given to him. Kohli, who won this recognition for the third time, has overtaken them.

The Indian captain has spent the year 2018 as a dream. In the three formats of cricket, a total of 2,735 runs in a year. In the continuation of the unbelievable form, he scored six hundreds in five Tests and one-day internationals, and Indian posters 'poster boy'. India, under his leadership, won the Test series for the first time in Australian soil.

Afghan spin wizard Rashid Khan has been recognized as the top cricketer in T20. The legspinner took 22 wickets at an average of just 8.68 for Afghans in Twenty20 in 2018. Apart from this, 21 wickets in the last edition of the IPL. Manjhana, who has been recognized by the top female cricketer last year, scored 669 ODI runs for India's Pramila team and also scored 662 runs in T20s.
                

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