It has been a year where Virat Kohli has done almost everything from scoring runs to breaking multiple records.
The year started with Kohli making runs in South Africa against a much-vaunted pace attack in both ODIs and Test matches and then he was the top-scorer in the five-match Test series in England making 593 runs at an average of 59.3 in 10 Test innings, this included making his first two centuries on treacherous England batting pitches.
Since then it has only gotten better for Kohli as he put West Indies to the sword in the Test and ODI series. India won the Test series 2-0 and ODI series 3-1.
The next challenge ahead of Team India is their Tour of Australia beginning November 21 and Australia is a place where Virat Kohli has historically done well. In 2011 he struck his first Test century in Adelaide, while in 2014/15 he brought the house down amassing 692 runs in the four-match series, scoring four centuries in the process.