Shikhar Dhawan made history in the IPL 2020 game between Kings XI Punjab and Delhi Capitals at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. After going without a century in the 12 seasons of the Indian Premier League, Shikhar Dhawan struck gold when he hit a century against Chennai Super Kings, giving Delhi Capitals a victory. In any case, against Kings XI Punjab, Dhawan proceeded with his brilliant run. He crushed his second back-to-back century and stayed unbeaten on 106 in Delhi Capitals’ score of 164/5.
Simultaneously, Shikhar Dhawan turned into the central part throughout the entire season of the Indian Premier League to score plenty for the Capitals. Indeed, even Virat Kohli, who hit four centuries in a single version of the IPL, didn’t score any consecutively. In any case, Shikhar Dhawan isn’t the only player to score continuous tons in T20s.
David Warner was the first-ever part in T20 history to hit two back-to-back tons in the arrangement. It occurred in the 2011 Champions League T20 experience. Warner managed to hit a ton against Chennai Super Kings and RCB while playing for the New South Wales Blues.