India's Virat Kohli and Ellyse Perry of Australia have been crowned as the men's and women's cricketers of the decade, respectively, by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
Kohli scooped two prizes in the ICC awards, while Perry took home three following a vote involving the public and an "expert panel" of journalists and broadcasters.
The Indian star, the cricketer of the year in 2017 and 2018, scored 20,396 runs during the time period.
Kohli was part of the Indian squads which won the 2011 Cricket World Cup and the Champions Trophy two years later.
He was also named the men's one-day international cricketer of the decade, with Australian Steve Smith picking up the Test player award and Rashid Khan of Afghanistan the Twenty20 prize.
Perry had been the red-hot favourite to claim the women's award following a successful decade for the Australian, who has also represented her country in football.
The 30-year-old scored 4,349 runs with four centuries and took 213 wickets - the most of any player - in all international cricket during the decade.
Perry was also part of the Australian team that won the Women’s Cricket World Cup in 2013 and Women’s T20 World Cup in 2012, 2014, 2018 and 2020.
The Australian swept the top-level individual women's awards after being named as the winner of the one-day international and T20 cricketer of the decade.