Ben Stokes became the ICC Player of the Year. The BCCI confirmed Rishabh Pant's removal from Rajkot ODI. Ireland won the first T20I against West Indies.
England are the best team of the year while Rohit Sharma ends 2019 as the best performer.
England had the best win-loss ratio this year (2.8), Rohit Sharma the most runs (1,490), and Mohammed Shami the most wickets (42).
West Indies have lost all 3 ODIs at Cuttack, while Kohli averages only 11 here. Both are their respective worsts on Indian soil.
Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and Shai Hope are the top three run-getters of 2019, while Mohammed Shami has joint-most wickets.
After racing each other for well over a year, Virat (2,263), the leading run-scorer in T20I history, now leads Rohit (2,262) by just one run.
Chahal needs 1 wicket to become the leading T20I wicket-taker in Indian history, while only 3 runs separate Rohit and Kohli, the two leading run-scorers in T20I history.
India regained their mojo in Rajkot, and will look to display memories of that ignominious loss in New Delhi.
Rohit Sharma will become the second male cricketer to play a 100 T20Is, after Shoaib Malik. He also needs 48 runs to become the first to score 2,500 runs in Men’s T20Is.
Rohit Sharma is set to become the most-capped T20I cricketer in Indian history. He also needs 8 runs to go past Virat Kohli’s world record career aggregate of 2,450 T20I runs.