Who was named as the captain of both ICC Test and ODI teams of the year 2017?

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Reyansh Singh asked 11-Mar-2018 in Sports by Reyansh Singh

Who was named as the captain of both ICC Test and ODI teams of the year 2017?


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akriti kashyap answered 12-Apr-2018 by akriti kashyap

*The Captain ICC Test and ODI teams of the year 2017*

Who was named as the captain of both ICC Test and ODI teams of the year 2017?

Virat Kohli was named as the captain of the two sides; Warner, de Kock and Stokes different players to highlight in the two groups.

India's Virat Kohli has been named as commander of the ICC Test and ODI Teams of the Year 2017, which were declared by the International Cricket Council.

Aside from his own particular stellar exhibitions crosswise over both the organizations amid the period between 21st of September, 2016 and 31st of December 2017, Kohli additionally roused India to the main and two positioning positions in Tests and ODIs, individually.

This is the first run through Kohli has been chosen in the ICC Test Team of the Year, yet the fourth time – after 2012, 2014 and 2016 – that he has been picked in the ICC ODI Team of the Year.

Kohli is one of the four players to highlight in both the series South Africa wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock, Ben Stokes of England, and with the other three being Australia's David Warner.

Warner, Ravichandran Ashwin, Stokes and Mitchell Starc were individuals from the ICC Test Team of the Year 2016, while Warner, de Kock, Kohli, AB de Villiers, Starc and Rohit Sharma have been chosen for the second year running in the ICC ODI Team of the Year.

For de Villiers, this is the seventh time in eight years that he has been picked in the ICC ODI Team of the Year.

Who was named as the captain of both ICC Test and ODI teams of the year 2017?

The series incorporates three South Africans (Dean Elgar, de Kock, and Kagiso Rabada), three Australians (Warner, Steve Smith and Starc), three Indians (Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara, and Ravichandran Ashwin) and two Brits (James Anderson and Ben Stokes).

The ODI side includes players from seven nations and is comprised of one Afghanistan player (Rashid Khan), one Australian (Warner), one Brits (Ben Stokes), three Indians (Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah), one from New Zealand (Trent Boult) two from Pakistan (Babar Azam and Hasan Ali) and two South Africans (AB de Villiers and de Kock).

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