Cricket has introduced its various format over time. From test to One-day matches, then T20 matches now even T10 matches are played in many places.
But The noticeable thing is the format gets shorter, the tougher it got for the players to maintain their consistency of performance be they, the bowler or the batsman. And in the T20 format, it’s tough for any player to maintain consistency as batsmen need to gear up a bit more to the risk is high of getting out and the bowler needs to maintain his economy despite knowing batters would run after them to score runs. But as the coin has two sides, a player who can adapt to the situation of T20, becomes a great player of T20.
India’s Virat Kohli is such a player. He has won most numbers(7) Man of the Series award among the Indians. Some experts have said that players can’t be successful in T20Is with traditional batting. But Kohli has proved them wrong and scored 3296 runs with an impressive average of 51.5 and with a healthy strike rate of 137.68. He has scored in both home and away soils with his traditional batting styles and left a huge impact on T20I cricket too.
Following the list, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Rohit Sharma, and Yuzi Chahal have got the Man of the Series award 2 times each.
Most T20 Man of the Series awards for India:
Virat Kohli: 07, Bhuvneshwar Kumar: 02, Rohit Sharma: 02, Yuzvendra chahal: 02
The four of them are in the main scheme of things for the T20 World Cup which is going to be played in October in Australia. Now, let’s wait and watch whether the most consistent players of Blues can bring the T20 World Cup for the second time after 2007 or the wait of 133 crore Indians would be prolonged for another 2 years.