Shikhar Dhawan, the Indian batsman, has notched up an impressive 248 runs to guide India A to 433 against South Africa A. After a successful run in Champions Trophy and West Indies, Shikhar Dhawan has achieved yet another milestone with his quickfire double century at the LC de Villiers Oval in Pretoria.
The southpaw from Delhi hit four sixes and 24 boundaries to score his double century in just 132 deliveries. The Indian batsman dominated a 91-run opening stand with Murali Vijay and notched up his fifty in just 31 balls. Shikhar Dhawan was bowled out for 248 runs in the 45th over and missed out on beating England batsman Ali Brown's highest individual score of 268 in List A cricket.