Wanindu Hasaranga, with the scalp of Sanju Samson, took the Purple Cap from Yuzvendra Chahal, who finished the match without a wicket. They both have 26 scalps each this season, but Hasaranga has a better economy rate. Chahal, however, will have the chance to finish as the lead wicket-taker when he plays the final. For latest updates follow satiknews.com
There is just a single day left for the last in IPL 2022. Rajasthan Royals (RR) will take on Gujarat Titans (GT) in the last. Rajasthan beat Bangalore to arrive at the last of the qualifiers on Friday. The last will occur on Sunday. Rajasthan bowler RCB player Hasaranga and Chahal are tied for the largest number of wickets in the competition while Hasaranga is at the top as far as economy rate. Nonetheless, Chahal gets one more opportunity to arrive at the top. Chahal can take one wicket in the last to win the Purple Cap. Hasaranga completed second with 26
Chahal took 26 wickets in 16 matches. Chahal as of now has a full go-around against KKR. Chahal didn’t take a solitary wicket in that frame of mind against Gujarat in Qualifier 1. With this came the interest regarding who might get the purple cap. In the third spot was Punjab Kings player Kagiso Rabada. He took 22 wickets in 14 matches. In the fourth spot was Hyderabad pace sensation, Umran Malik. He took 21 wickets in 14 matches. He outscored numerous top class batsmen with his speed. Punjab Kings bowler Harshdeep was fifth.