IPL 2020: After two consecutive centuries Shikhar Dhawan said – I do not fear to be out

Delhi Capitals: Delhi Capitals opener Shikhar Dhawan, who is in fine form in the 13th season of the Indian Premier League, says he is feeling very fresh and is not afraid of being dismissed now.

Let me tell you that Dhawan has created history by scoring a century against Punjab. In fact, he has become the first batsman in IPL history to score two consecutive centuries. Apart from this, he has made this season memorable by scoring more than 50 runs in four consecutive matches. He is currently the second highest run-scorer in the tournament.

Dhawan, who scored an unbeaten 106 against Punjab yesterday, said, “I have been playing for 13 years and this is the first time that I have scored two consecutive centuries. So I am very happy. I have a positive mindset. Only runs Trying to make and don’t think that the pitch is helping the bowler or not. I am playing with courage. I am not afraid of getting out. “

Please tell that before the match against Punjab, Dhawan played a century against Chennai Super Kings. It was Dhawan’s first century in the IPL. He said, We were lucky that we got so much free time, which made me mentally and physically refreshed. I am running fast and feeling refreshed.

For Dhawan, the tournament did not start well and in the early matches of the season he was batting very slowly along with playing small innings. About this, he said that even though initially I was not able to convert 20 runs innings in half-century, but I was hitting the ball well. When you do this once, then you come down with confidence in the next match.

Explain that Dhawan now has 465 runs in 10 matches of IPL 2020 at an average of 66.43 and a strike rate of 149.04. During this time, 51 fours and 10 sixes have come off his bat.


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