IPL 2022, Orange Cap: Jos Buttler returns with a stormy innings, tightens his grip on Orange Cap

Jos Buttler has scored three centuries in this season.

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IPL 2022 Orange Cap in Hindi: Rajasthan Royals’ explosive batsman Jos Buttler captured the Orange Cap at the beginning of the league round, which is still in place.

Rajasthan Royals opener Jos Buttler in IPL 2022 (Jos Buttler) created such a storm that no bowler could stand in front of him. This is the reason that Butler remained at the top most of the time in the league round. Even those who hit him could never reach him. on Tuesday Gujarat Titans (Gujarat Titans) Once again in the match against him, his bat caught fire. He could not win the team but he has further cemented his hold on the first place. So that even if his team does not reach the final, his orange cap (IPL 2022 Orange Cap) keep occupying.

Orange cap is very important for batsmen in IPL. This is the reward by which the batsmen prove their mettle. The Orange Cap is given to the batsman who scores the most runs at the end of every season. At the same time, after every match during the league, this cap is given to the player who is at the top of the list of scoring the most runs at that time. This season, this cap appeared on Butler’s head most of the time.

Butler played a stormy innings against Gujarat

Rajasthan Royals faced Gujarat on Tuesday for the ticket for the final. Butler’s stormy style was seen again. He has scored 89 runs in 56 balls. In his innings, he hit 12 fours and two sixes. Due to runout, he missed out on scoring his fourth century this season. His bat had been calm for the last few matches, so this innings is a sign of his return to form. Rajasthan have to play the first eliminator match on Thursday where Buttler will be expected to make a similar innings.

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Butler’s reign still prevails

Butler has scored 718 runs in 15 matches at an average of 51.29. During this, he has scored three centuries and four half-centuries with his bat. His innings also includes 39 sixes. KL Rahul, the captain of Lucknow Super Giants, who competed with him, is currently far behind him. Rahul has scored 537 runs in 14 matches. He has also scored two centuries. He has hit 25 sixes. Lucknow’s wicket-keeper batsman is also not behind his KL Rahul. Quinton de Kock scored 502 runs in 14 matches.