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Virat Kohli and the Indian cricket team are celebrating the victory over the league and the BorderGavaskar Cup in Sydney in January.
Virat Kohli, an Indian footballer, is on a unique footpath and is named as the world's best place by the Alisdacair Wisden Cricketers.
Kohli, 30, was named the world's top Cricketman for the third time in a row in the Cricket Wisden Almanac.
She was also registered as one of five Wisden cricketers this year with Jos Buttler from England and Sam Curran, championship winner Rory Burns and producer of English women Tammy Beaumont.
K3li went up with 593 in a five-test series on England last year at more than 59 to book his place.
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"Despite finish on the side he lost, Indian captain Virat Kohli cried with his bat, contributing to his English problems in 2014," said Wisden, t Lawrence Booth edited Wednesday. "His test was remarkable, especially in England, wonderful, and his 50-to-his-scale shape moved to a new level, if possible."
Kohli, who won the ICC awards at the cricketer, test and ODI of the year in January, received 273 out across the three international formats in 2018 at an average of 68.37. This involved 11 years.