One of the best batsmen of the present time, the captain of Indian cricket team Virat Kohli’s bat has been running hard in all three formats for the past few years. Kohli is currently on Paternity Leave. He returned home after playing a Test match on the current Australia tour.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has asked a question on its official Twitter handle, which player do you consider the best among these veterans. The ICC has named 4 players in its option, including Virat Kohli, former South African player AB de Villiers, Australian women’s team player Meg Lanning and former Pakistan captain Imran Khan.
42 percent vote in favor of Virat
Among them, the player who has voted the most so far is Imran Khan. Imran has so far received 49.2 percent votes while Kohli is the best in terms of 42 percent people. AB de Villiers received 8 percent while Meg Lanning received 0.8 percent of the vote.
Kohli has 43 centuries in ODIs
However there is still an hour left in voting and anything can happen till the last moment. Virat has scored 7318 runs in 87 Tests with 27 centuries and 23 half-centuries to his name. Kohli has scored 12040 runs in 251 ODIs. Kohli has scored 43 centuries and 60 fifties in ODIs so far.
Imran led Pakistan to the World Cup under his captaincy
Imran Khan, who led Pakistan to the World Cup in 1992 under his captaincy, has scored 3807 runs in 88 Tests with 6 centuries and 18 half-centuries. Imran has taken 362 Test wickets in bowling. All-rounder Imran has scored 3709 runs in 175 ODIs, including one century and 19 half-centuries. Imran has 182 wickets in ODIs.