Kohli got the ‘Virat’success after being selected as the ICC Cricketer of the Year. Following the former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar, Kohli has become the second Indian cricketer to reach 900 ratings points in the ranking of ICC Test batsmen.
Gavaskar entered the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in 1979, after scoring 12 and 221 runs in his 50th Test, his ranking jumped from 887 rating points to 916, which was his career’s best rating.
Kohli scored his 21st century against South Africa in the Centurion Test and achieved this milestone in his 65th Test. Before the match, he had 880 points, after his innings of 153 and 5 runs, the rating increaed to 900 points.
At the same time, Virat Kohli has become the first cricketer of the world to receive 4 honors by the ICC at the same time, which is a world record. Before this, no other cricketer has recieved 4 achievements at the same time.
Sachin congratulated Kohli on this being regarded as a garden of cricket.