IPL 2022 In Cap Race, the biggest race like this is between 10 teams to win the title. But, apart from this, there are many collisions in the field. is one of these Purple Cap (IPL 2022 Purple Cap) Winning Competition Purple Cap will be given to the highest wicket taker in the tournament. It is clear that this cap will be worn only on the bowler’s head. To win it, the equations are changing rapidly. With every match new faces are presenting their claim for it. Yuzvendra Chahal in the latest equation of purple cap Has become the boss. But, his rule now seems to be getting an open challenge from 4 bowlers. One of them was a game over from Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman Glenn Maxwell. We are talking about Delhi Capitals’ ball left arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav.(Kuldeep Yadav ,
The match was between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals on the evening of 16 April. When Maxwell and Kuldeep came face to face in this match, it was like watching a fight between ball and bat. First Maxwell opens Kuldeep’s lead, then Kuldeep on Maxwell’s game. That is, the collision was thorny. Kuldeep bowled 4 overs in the match and took 1 wicket for 45 runs. It was the only wicket of Glenn Maxwell.
Big threat to Kuldeep Chahal!
Maxwell’s big wicket may not have won the match for his team Delhi Capitals, but it has definitely made him a contender for the Purple Cap. Actually, with this one wicket, Kuldeep Yadav is 11 wickets faster in 5 matches played so far. And currently he is second in the race to win the Purple Cap. So if there is a biggest threat to Yuzvendra Chahal, it is Kuldeep.
4 bowlers at a distance of one wicket from Chahalo
Yuzvendra Chahal is the fastest by 12 wickets in 5 matches played so far. That is, there is a gap of one wicket between him and Kuldeep. However, Chahal has not only Kuldeep but 3 more bowlers at a distance of one wicket. In which T. Natarajan of Lucknow Super Giants, Avesh Khan of Sunrisers Hyderabad and Vanindu Hasaranga of Royal Challengers Bangalore. Natarajan has taken 11 wickets in 5 matches while Avesh Khan and Hasaranga have taken 11 wickets in 6 matches so far. Overall apart from Kuldeep, these 3 bowlers are also a big threat to the claim of running on the Purple Cap.