Surely, you have heard of 2019's first internet trend - the 10 Year Challenge, in which people compare their present self to what they used to be or how they used to look ten years ago.
It's simple, interesting and can bring a smile to your face. Add to that your favourite sportspersons, whom you have grown up watching and idolising, and you've got yourself a hit!
Here are the best of the #10YearChallenge from the ever-evolving world of Indian cricket:1. Virat Kohli January 16, 2019
Keeping aside the apparent transformation, Kohli has worked hard on his skills as a batsman but more importantly, as the leader of the Indian cricket team.
From getting in trouble for 'flipping the bird' to the Australian crowd to gracefully and with a great sense of humour, dealing with their racist comments with a gentle bow, Kohli has come to realise the responsibility, as India's representative to the world, which lies on the skipper's shoulders.
From winning the Under 19 World Cup to becoming the best batsman in the world, this cub has found his roar and matured into a lion, the king of his jungle.2. MS Dhoni January 16, 2019
'If it ain't broke, don't fix it.'
Despite being a decade older, Dhoni continues to be an essential part of Team India. Even though he has given up his captaincy, Kohli had openly acknowledged the fact that he continues to seek Dhoni's advice when it comes to crucial decision making.
His ability to deliver in the clutch and win games for his team is still consolidated and has him finish matches for the Men in Blue even now.
It is not a must for a person to change if they are already ingenious. Humble in person and an absolute beast with his bat, the former Indian skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is dominating the 10 Year Challenge without changing a single thing about himself.3. Prithvi Shaw January 16, 2019
Another young prodigy, Prithvi Shaw was only nine-years-old a decade ago when he picked up the bat for the first time and sealed his destiny to become one of the finest batsmen the country will produce in the future.
The 19-year-old is the newest member of the family that the Indian cricket team is, and has become the apple of the eye for the Indian fans ever since his show last year, during the Test series between India and West Indies, during which he became the youngest Indian to score a century in a Test debut.
Shaw is considered to be the 'Next Big Thing' for the squad and who knows, by the time the 10 Year Challenge comes back in trend, he'd have many more records and titles under his belt to brag about.4. Rohit Sharma January 16, 2019
There is a stark difference between who Rohit Sharma is today, and who he used to be ten years ago.
Back then, struggling to be in form, Sharma had not scored a single century since his debut in June 2007 and used to play as a backup for some of the greatest players of the era. This meant that Sharma would constantly miss out on opportunities to play against big countries and was even dropped for the World Cup roster due to his inconsistency.
Who knew the guy would eventually become one of the most successful batsmen in Indian history with the most number of 150s in the history of ODI cricket and would be able to outscore the entire opposition team on two different occasions.January 16, 2019
Sir Jadeja made his International debut after an impressive Ranji season during which he scored 700+ runs and picked up 42 wickets. The selectors realised how useful the addition of Jadeja to the Indian roster would be and signed him up for an ODI against Sri Lanka.
Despite having a journey of several ups and downs, Jadeja played his best cricket in 2013 and 2016 and was named as one of ICC's World ODI XI twice.
He has finally made it to the inner circle and remains an integral part of the Indian squad. In 2018, Jaddu was also ranked 2nd in ICC's 10-top list of Test all-rounders.