Gujarat Titan’s Top performers have contributed to winning IPL 2022 Trophy. In their debut season, first-time Captain Hardik Pandya taught us never to underestimate beginners as Coming Generation would be talking about New debutant Gujarat Titans for IPL victory.
Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 has got its seventh new champion-non other than Gujarat Titans. The winner of TATA IPL 2022 is Gujarat Titans, who have won the title by seven wickets and beat Rajasthan Royal, named in Runner-up Title for the season. The 15th Edition of IPL with 10 teams has been enthusiastic and exciting from the beginning of the season.
Gujarat Titans were at the no. 1 position in IPL point table 2022 from the start of the season. This is the first time in IPL Cricket history, and people will also remember that the Gujarat titans have won the Tata IPL 2022 trophy in their debut season.
All-rounder Pandya has taken captainship very well, and he has shown that being a first-time captain, they have worked hard to win the winning title for this season. Being the first-time captain in their debut season, a 28-years old, Hardik Pandya led the Gujarat titans very well and have played very smartly with the bat and the ball. Hardik has already won 5-time championship Trophy, including four-time with Mumbai Indians but now as a first-time captain. Pandya became the second-youngest captain to win the IPL after Rohit Sharma, who won in 2013.
It was initially like that good batters and bowlers were very few in the team in the February month auction, but they have shown by achieving the Winner title. The top performers have contributed to reaching the team at the mountain’s peak and won IPL 2022 Trophy.
Gujarat Titans have played a total of 16 matches; out of these, they have won 12 games and 4 lost. We won the games most of the time, but we have always learned the things from what we missed out and how we can get better from here,” Captain Pandya Said.
In the Final War, captain Hardik Pandya made 34 off 30 with the bat before Shubman Gill 45 off 43, and David Miller made 32 off 19, piloting the win by seven wickets in 18.1 overs at Narendra Modi Stadium, the world’s biggest cricket stadium in Ahmedabad with the 132,000 fans capacity.
“Coming Generation would be talking about Gujarat Titans’ IPL victory in their debut season,” Skipper Hardik Pandya said after defeating Rajasthan Royals (130/9) as GT were set 131 runs to win IPL 2022 in front of almost 104, 859 fans.
Rajasthan Royals also played a very well and challenging game against Gujarat Titans as they have wanted to bat first and won the toss Looks like a good wicket, a bit dry, and this might help their spinners in the second innings. They were all optimistic and excited to play in front of this big crowd as the Same opponent team for them.
In the first Innings- the start of the match, Pandya wanted to keep up the pressure on the opponent and took 3 wickets in 17 deliveries and marked limit Rajasthan to 130 for nine wickets. Pandya had a mindset of victory and took his key wickets, including Jos Buttler’s for 39, Captain Sanju Samson for 14, and Hetmyer for 11, who were elected to bat first.
Afghanistan’s Bowler Rashid Khan took the wicket of Padikkal with impressive figures of 1-18 from his four overs of leg-spin to keep down the score of the opposition team.
Opener Yashasvi Jaiswal was out for 22 off 16 by fast bowlers Mohammed Shami, and Yash Dayal worked up a good pace to keep Rajasthan on the backfoot from the beginning of the match.
In the second Inning, Gujarat Titans have lost Wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha for 5 off 7 and Matthew Wade for 8 off 10, taking wickets by Prasidh and Boult before Gill and Pandya put the chase back on track. This situation kept up Gujarat Titans under high pressure.
Skipper Hardik Pandya beat Ravichandran Ashwin with a four and six in the 12th over, and the pair made 63 runs for the third wicket to put the pressure back on the bowling side.
Finally, Yuzvendra Chahal got his 27th wicket- Pandya out with his leg-spin and overtook Wanindu Hasaranga of Royal Challengers Bangalore, who was the tournament’s leading wicket-taker.
But Gill, who was dropped on naught by Chahal, stood firm to put on 47*runs with his pair South African batsman left-handed David Miller has made 32 runs in 19 deliveries. The partnership of Shubman Gill and David Miller was excellent as shubman made 45 from 43 balls and ended the Final match with a six that secured the victory with 131-7 wickets, Both batsmen were hugged as the fireworks erupted, and the Gujarat players came running onto the pitch to celebrate.
At the end of the season, the purple cap sat pretty on Yuzvendra Chahal’s head with 27 wickets in 17 games. Orange cap holder Jos Buttler hit a 106* in Rajasthan’s win in the second qualifier and ended this season with a score of 863 in 17 matches, with the next-best being KL Rahul with 616. Buttler finished with four centuries and 4 half-centuries having a strike rate of 149.05 and an average of 57.53. The Run-making machine Buttler hits as many as 45 sixes in his best IPL season. Buttler, who equaled Virat Kohli’s record of four centuries in one IPL season, was named player of the tournament.
IPL 2022 Match Summary :
All the caps and most of the awards were rewarded to Rajasthan Royals except IPL 2022 winner Title, and Gujarat Titans deserved the Winner of IPL 2022 because of the qualities of Hardik Pandya as a captain who led the team very effectively and efficiently. The first-time skipper won the man of the match and won the title for the team under the guidance of Coach Ashish Nehra.
After Gujarat Titans won, Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson said, “This season was extraordinary for us. Really proud of my RR team. Right from the auction, we wanted to have quality bowlers in the team; they help win you tournaments, We really wanted IPL 2022 Trophy, but GT deserves the wins…the Title with IPL 2022 Trophy.“
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