Virat Kohli had a memorable ICC T20 World Cup in Australia. The former India player hit four half-centuries and finished as the highest run-getter in the tournament.
In 6 matches, the 34-year-old smashed 296 runs at an average of 98.66 and a strike-rate of 136.40.
Virat became the first player in the history of the shortest format to finish as the leading run-scorer in two editions of the World Cup.
He played a magical knock of 82 runs against Pakistan, leading the team to a win by 4 wickets. His other half-centuries came against the Netherlands, Bangladesh, and England.
Despite his heroics with the willow, the Rohit Sharma-led team lost to England by 10 wickets in the semi-final of the World Cup.