4. Virat Kohli
In next is the Indian captain Virat Kohli who this year may not have had a very successful year by his standards but his number is still decent. Kohli in 9 matches scores 431 runs at an average of 47.89 including 5 half-centuries. Kohli as captain failed to win the ODI series against Australia and New Zealand and that is why he wasn’t chosen as the captain. As a batsman, Kohli continued to score runs consistently for his and maintained his career average of touching 60 in ODIs.