IPL 2022: PBKS opener Shikhar Dhawan 8 fours away from becoming first Indian to attain massive T20 feat

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New Delhi, India Updated: Apr 01, 2022, 07:09 PM(IST)

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IPL 2022: For Shikhar Dhawan, he is 8 fours away from becoming the first-ever Indian (fourth overall) to a massive T20 feat. At present, the PBKS opener has 992 fours and is eight away from entering the 1,000-four club.

Punjab Kings (PBKS) are squaring off against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in match 8 of the IPL 2022 edition on Friday (April 1), at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

After a fine start to their 15th season, with a five-wicket win over the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on March 27, the one-time runners-up Punjab will aim to make it two wins in a row. 

In the previous encounter, the likes of Shikhar Dhawan, Mayank Agarwal, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Shahrukh Khan, Odean Smith and Liam Livingstone combined to take Punjab home in a tall run-chase of 206. Against KKR, they will hope for a similar performance by the batters. 

For Shikhar, he is 8 fours away from becoming the first-ever Indian (fourth overall) to a massive T20 feat. At present, Dhawan has 992 fours and is eight away from entering the 1,000-four club.

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List of players to have hit 1000 or more fours:

Chris Gayle - 1132
Alex Hales - 1054
David Warner - 1005

Indians to have hit the most fours in T20 history:

Shikhar Dhawan - 992
Virat Kohli - 917
Rohit Sharma - 875
Suresh Raina - 779
Gautam Gambhir - 747

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Dhawan debuted for the PBKS franchise in IPL 2022 during their season-opener, versus RCB, and returned with an impressive 29-ball 43, studded with 5 fours and a six. He will be eager to make a big score in the PBKS-KKR encounter on Friday evening.

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