Winners, Purple Cap, Orange Cap, and Emerging Player in the TATA IPL 2022
The TATA IPL 2022 has now finished. The Gujarat Titans, a team that was not given a chance by any cricket commentators or analysts, including myself, took home the Cup. This triumph was well-deserved by the squad. It was a collective team effort on their part. Hardik Pandya took the initiative after delivering his finest stint of the season. But, on the night of the final, who were the other winners? Who was the up-and-comer? Who was the game-changing performer? Here’s a basic overview.
TATA IPL 2022: Jos Butler won the Orange Cap: Jos Butler currently has the second-most runs scored in an IPL season. He’s tied Virat Kohli for the most IPL hundreds in a single season. This season, he also slammed 400. The following were among his hundreds:
Butler was also named the winner of the other sponsor prizes. With 83 fours this season, he earned the Rupay Most Fours of the Season award. Jos also received the Cred Powerplayer of the Season award for his dominance on the powerplays during the season. Butler was named the “Most Valuable Player of the Season” at the end of the season. Jos also won the Dream11 Game Changer Award for amassing the most points as a fantasy sports player. The “Let’s Crack It” maximum sixes prize was his final award of the night. This season, Jos hit 45 sixes. This occurred to be a season of the TATA IPL, which “Jos the Boss” owned and dominated.
TATA IPL 2022: Yuzvendra Chahal won the Purple Cap:
Yuzi Chahal was the Purple Cap winner after getting 27 wickets. With 26 wickets, Wanindu Hasaranga finished second on the list. Yuzi Chahal, on the other hand, deserved it more than anybody else. He is eager to return to the national team and compete in the ICC T20 World Cup in 2022. Yuzi was not only cost-effective, but also a wicket-taker.
The greatest Catch of the TATA IPL 2022 was made by Ewin Lewis:
The top catch of the season was Ewin Lewis’ one-handed grab against the Kolkata Knight Riders. It was the game’s turning point, and the catch gained even more significance. After De Kock hit 140 in the first innings, Rinku Singh and Sunil Narine were having fun with the LSG bowlers. In order to reach 200 runs, KKR needed three runs from the last two balls.
Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals received the Fair Play Award:
The winner, Gujarat Titans, and the runners-up, Rajasthan Royals, split the Paytm Fair Play Award. CSK has won this award the most times in the history of the competition.
One of the cricket commentators never gave the Gujarat Titans a chance. The Titans appeared to be a bit poorer and less profitable than the other teams. However, the players have risen to the occasion and delivered. Although the Titans do not have any players wearing orange or purple hats, they have done admirably as a team. Ashish Nehra and Gary Kirsten deserve credit for effectively managing the squad.
Regardless of your prior performance, good or terrible, you will have established a reputation that will be difficult, if not impossible, to reverse. If you’re seen as a below-average performance, it’s a good idea to examine your flaws, seek advice from a mentor, or research the routines of successful individuals you want to mimic. Being a below-average performance isn’t awful in and of itself, but when you compare yourself to others who are performing better, it becomes problematic.
In each game, they discovered a new superhero. Mohammad Shami was the hero of their first game against LSG. David Miller proved why he is known as “Killer Miller” in the key game against CSK.
Rahul Tewatia demonstrated why the Titans confidence in his ability in the encounter against the Punjab Kings. Rashid Khan, as expected, dominated the IPL for a second consecutive season. Both Wriddhiman Saha and Matthew Wade made key contributions.