India captain Virat Kohli on Monday shared a tweet from 2010 after receiving top honors at the ICC Awards of the Decade. The 32-year-old was named as the ICC ODI and the best cricketer of the decade. Earlier on Sunday, Virat Kohli was named as the captain of the ICC Test Team of the Decade Award and was also part of the T20I I ODI teams of the decade.

Virat Kohli has been the most prolific batsman in this decade and has scored against all opposition and in all formats in all circumstances. He scored 20,396 runs in the time period recorded by the ICC for the award. Which is the highest among all cricketers in the world. Overall, Virat Kohli has enjoyed a wonderful career so far.

After making his international debut as a teenager in 2008, Virat Kohli has scored 12040 runs in ODIs, 7318 runs in Tests and 2928 runs in T20 Internationals, and averages over 50 in all three formats. And Virat Kohli should be happy with his efforts and after setting a goal for himself in 2010 should be satisfied with his efforts.

Hours after receiving the prestigious award, Virat Kohli shared a 2010 tweet in which he set a goal for himself. In fact, the tweet went viral before being shared by India’s batting star as it read,“Ready to score a lot for your team.”

Along with sharing the tweet, he also shared a statement in which he thanked his family, coaches, friends and well-wishers for their support throughout the year. He thanked those who voted as well as the ICC.

Virat Kohli, Sharing The Message By Tweet, Wrote,

“I want to thank my family, my coach, my friends and all those present who have always stood by me and the BCCI has given me opportunities to play for the country. , Which is an honor for me. I want to thank the ICC for this record and all the people voted me for the ICC Award for this decision.