Full List of Most Valuable Player Fastest Delivery Awards of the Season

Over a million people flocked to the Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday to watch the Gujarat Titans vs Rajasthan Royals game and it was the home team (Titans) who won the IPL crown in their debut season. The team managed by Hardik Pandya won the low scoring match by 7 wickets dashing Royal’s hopes of winning the title for the second time. Let’s take a look at the list of people who have won the IPL 2022 awards, after the IPL 2022 final.

IPL 2022: List of players who won the award

Jos Buttler: Winner of Orange Cap, IPL 2022 Most Valuable Player, Most Limits and Sixes

The Rajasthan Royals fly-half single-handedly led his team to the final and was crowned the season’s most valuable player, in what has been a fantastic campaign for the England cricketer. Buttler also won the orange cap award for scoring the most runs of the season. The Royals’ opener finished the season with 863 runs in 17 games, with four centuries. The 31-year-old also won prizes for most limits reached in the tournament (83) as well as most sixes (45). The right-hander also received the Powerplayer of the Season award.

Evin Lewis: IPL 2022 Take of the Season

LSG cricketer Evin Lewis has received the catch of the season award for his one-handed effort against the Kolkata Knight Riders during the league stage. Lewis’ genius on the pitch helped the team qualify for the IPL playoffs.

Yuzvendra Chahal: purple cap price

Along with Jos Buttler, Yuzvendra Chahal was also instrumental in helping Rajasthan Royals reach the final of IPL 2022. The leg spinner finished the tournament with 27 wickets making him the highest wicket taker in IPL 2022.

Lockie Ferguson: Fast delivery of the season

In the 2022 IPL Finals, Lockie Ferguson surpassed Umran Malik’s record for fastest delivery of the season. The Kiwi pacemaker recorded 157.3 km/h on Sunday, topping Umran Malik’s 157 km/h.

Fairplay Award: Shared by Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals

Rajasthan Royals top the fair play award list with 170 points, while Gujarat Titans finished second with 160 points.

Dinesh Karthik: Super Striker of the Season

The 36-year-old goalkeeper-beater played the part of the finisher to perfection. Karthik played some great cameos throughout the season in the final RCB rounds and helped the team reach the playoffs. Going to the overall record, Karthik scored 330 points in 16 games with a strike rate of 183.33 and an astonishing average of 55.

Emerging Player: Umran Malik

Umran Malik was the find of the season, as he regularly made deliveries at over 150 km/h with ease. The Kashmir pacemaker finished with 22 wickets for the season and almost made the fastest delivery of the season, only for Lockie Ferguson.

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