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DC versus RR, IPL 2020 Match 30: Shikhar Dhawan is the fourth Indian after Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina to finish 7500 runs in T20 cricket. 

Delhi Capitals opener Shikhar Dhawan on Wednesday entered a world class Indian rundown subsequent to finishing 7500 runs in T20 cricket in the continuous Match 30 against Rajasthan Royals in Dubai. 

Dhawan turned into the fourth Indian batsman after Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina to accomplish the accomplishment. Kohli drives the Indian count with 9156 runs from 288 matches at a normal of 41.61 with 5 hundreds followed by Rohit with 8858 runs in 335 games at 32.21 with 6 centuries and afterward comes Raina with 8392 runs in 319 T20s at 32.65 with 4 tons. 

Dhawan is playing in his 267th match and 264th innings this evening which makes him the second quickest Indian to get to the achievement. Remarkably, Kohli was the primary Indian to finish 7000 runs in T20 cricket in 2017. 

Before this game he was 5 runs short of the imprint, and arrived at the midpoint of a little more than 31 yet remains the just one among the four previously mentioned Indians to have not scored a hundred in the most limited organization yet. 

Generally, Dhawan is the fifteenth batsman to finish 7500 runs in T20 cricket yet just the second in the main 20 after Shoaib Malik to have not scored in triple figures yet. 

1588 of Dhawan's runs have desired Team India in 61 T20 worldwide while 4785 runs he has amassed in the Indian Premier League in 166 matches since 2008. The Delhi opener midpoints a little more than 28 for India and has scored 10 fifties while in the T20 class his normal goes up to 33.42 with 38 half-hundreds of years. 

Throughout the long term, Dhawan has played in the IPL for 4 groups - Deccan Charges, Delhi Capitals, Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad. He is fifth on the unsurpassed rundown in the IPL behind Kohli (5668 runs), Raina (5368), Rohit (5114) and David Warner (4990).