The fifteenth edition of the Indian Premier League has come to a close as of late. Gujarat Titans carved their name in the opposition by bringing home the championship in their debut season. They were in a real sense miles from most different groups in the opposition. In addition, the Ahmedabad-based establishment were the main group to meet all requirements for the end of the season games.
Their course to the last was so natural all things considered. They crushed Rajasthan Royals in the main qualifier to book their spot in the finals. In addition, they proceeded to overtake a similar group in the end too. Gujarat titans beat Rajasthan Royals by 7 wickets with 11 balls spare. Which is all well and good, Hardik Pandya and Co lifted the title at the world’s biggest cricket arena, Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
Jos Buttler won the Orange Cap for completing the season with most runs. Then again, Yuzvendra Chahal won the Purple Cap for completing the season with most wickets. In the mean time, Gujarat Titans’ seam bowler Mohammed Shami made another record throughout the entire existence of the Indian Premier League. The veteran quick bowler didn’t need to bat this season.
He turned into the main cricketer to play all matches of an IPL season without coming to bat. Indeed, you read it right! He didn’t bat in all the 16 counterparts for GT in IPL 2022. Shami has played 16 games and has taken 20 wickets to his name.
Gujarat Titans to a great extent profited from the solid batting unit. Any semblance of Shubman Gill, Hardik Pandya, David Miller have driven the batting assault as a visual cue, as a general rule.
These players have reliably conveyed for the group. Hardik Pandya wound up as the fourth-driving run-scorer in this season as he scored 487 hurries to his name in 15 games. On the opposite side of the coin, youngster Shubman Gill scored 483 runs in 16 games while South African star David Miller scored 481 runs in 16 games.