IPL 2022 Purple Cap: Yuzvendra Chahal, adorned with Wanindu Hasaranga’s head, became the identity of the ‘cap’, 2 wickets made the ‘game’

Hasaranga ahead of Chahal in the Purple Cap race

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IPL 2022, Purple Cap: Sri Lankan leg-spinner has snatched the purple cap from the Indian leg-spinner. He is running on top among the bowlers who took the most wickets in IPL 2022.

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TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Saket Sharma

May 14, 2022 | 10:08 am




Yuzvendra Chahal (Yuzvendra Chahal) His identity has now been snatched away from him. His ‘cap’, which had kept him apart till yesterday. Now Vanindu Hasaranga (Wanindu Hasaranga) Is enhancing the beauty of the head. Here cap means purple cap. That is, the player whose name is the highest number of wickets recorded in the tournament. And, in this race, Hasaranga has given competition to Chahal. Sri Lankan leg spinner with Indian leg spinner purple cap (IPL Purple Cap) has been snatched away. He is running on top among the bowlers who took the most wickets in IPL 2022. Wanindu Hasaranga took 2 wickets in the bowling of 4 overs against Punjab Kings. These included the wickets of Bhanuka Rajapakse and Jitesh Sharma. Thanks to these two wickets, Hasaranga managed to get the purple cap adorned on the head of Yuzvendra Chahal.

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Hasaranga has 23 wickets after 13 matches. At the same time, Chahal has 23 wickets in 12 matches. Now you will say that when both have equal wickets, Hasaranga has played less than one match, then how is the purple cap on Hasaranga’s head? So the answer is Hasaranga’s bowling average and excellent economy. Hasaranga has taken 23 wickets in 13 matches at an average of 14.65 and an economy of 7.48. At the same time, Chahal, who took 23 wickets in 12 matches, has a bowling average of 15.73 and an economy of 7.54. This difference of bus, average and economy has kept Hasaranga above Chahal.