Kohli was also named the ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year and captain of both ICC Test and ODI teams.
We all at, Crictime, wish Virat Kohli many congratulations for this achievement.
After losing 2 matches, against South Africa in past two weeks, Kohli has got something good to add his name.
In the qualification period from September 21, 2016 to the end of 2017, Kohli scored 2,203 Test runs at an average of 77.80 including eight centuries and 1,818 ODI runs including seven centuries at 82.63.
#TeamIndia Captain @imVkohli sweeps ICC Awards— BCCI (@BCCI) January 18, 2018
ICC Cricketer of the Year ✅
ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year ✅
Named Captain of both ICC Test & ODI Teams ✅
Listen to what he has to say on being honoured with the awardshttps://t.co/47ypVcT6Je pic.twitter.com/6sWIZsQWT7
In the nominations for ODIs, Kohli was placed nominated alongside Pakistan paceman Hasan Ali, Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan and his own teammate Rohit Sharma.
Three Indians made it to the 2017 Test team of the year, and it includes big name like Ravichandran Ashwin, Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli, who was also named as the captain for the side. Australian skipper Steve Smith bagged the honour of being the Cricketer of the year in the format.
Rising leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal was also recognized for his tremendous performance in T20 cricket and his 6-wicket haul against England in Bengaluru was recognized as the ICC T20I Performance of the Year.