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IPL 2022: Complete List Of Awards, Cash Prize, Chat, Highlights & the Title Winner

IPL List of Awards 2022
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IPL 2022 Final: Gujarat Titans defeat Rajasthan Royals by 7 wickets. Check the list of awards and cash prize.

A Brief of the IPL 2022 Finale

It was quite a one-sided finals in the end! Gujarat probably wanted it a lot more than Rajasthan as the latter were just not as their best. They were well below par with the bat, despite being around 60 for 1 in the 8th over, they ended up with only 130. Yes, the likes of Pandya and Rashid bowled brilliantly but the batting and the shot selection was also not of the highest quality.

In the second half, Rajasthan needed early wickets, they did have a chance in the very first itself but they dropped Gill. They did manage to get a couple but that drop of Gill cost them dearly. A couple of partnerships is all that Gujarat needed and they got that. First it was Gill and Pandya and then Miller along with Gill. Gill was the mainstay in this innings and the rest played around him.

IPL 2022 Winner

Debutants Gujarat Titans were crowned the Indian Premier League (IPL) champions on Sunday after they beat Rajasthan Royals by seven wickets in the final in Ahmedabad. Opting to bat first, Rajasthan never got going and posted a below-par 130-9 with Jos Buttler, this IPL’s leading scorer, topscoring for them with a rather subdued 39. Gujarat captain Hardik Pandya (3-17) led by example with the ball. Pandya shone with the bat too, scoring 34 and forging a 63-run stand with Shubman Gill to help Gujarat overcome a slow start to their chase. Opener Gill remained unbeaten on 45, sealing Gujarat’s victory with a six and with 11 balls to spare.

IPL 2022 Closing Ceremony

On Sunday, Narendra Modi stadium witness the greatest crowd of more than 1 Lakh people gathered to watch Gujarat Titans vs Rajasthan Royals match and it was the home team (Gujarat Titans) who won the IPL crown in their maiden season IPL 2022. The Hardik Pandya-led team won the low scoring match by 7 wickets dashing Royal’s hope of winning the title for their second time. Let’s take a look at the list of individual who won the IPL 2022 awards, post IPL 2022 Final. 

AR Rahmen and Ranvir Singh performance was the highlight of closing ceremony howerer it is not a great thing for the fans in the ground as it majorly for cheer the top officials, crickets, VIP and politicians. People who watched through live streaming on TV and Mobile enjoyed a lot.

IPL 2022: List of players who won the awards 

Jos Buttler: Winner of Orange Cap Awards, IPL 2022 Most Valuable Player, Most boundaries and sixes

The Rajasthan Royals opener single-handedly got his team to the final and was crowned the most valuable player of the season, in what has been a fantastic campaign for the England cricketer. Buttler also won the orange cap award for scoring the most runs in the season. The Royals opener finished the season with  863 runs in 17 matches, with four centuries.  The 31-year-old also won awards for most boundaries hit in the tournament (83) as well as the most sixes (45). The right-hander was also given the award for Powerplayer of the season.

Yuzvendra Chahal: Purple cap Awards

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 top wicket-taker in IPL 2022.

Evin Lewis: IPL 2022 Catch of the season Awards

LSG cricketer Evin Lewis was awarded the catch of the season award for his one-handed effort against Kolkata Knight Riders during the league stage. Lewis’s fielding brilliance helped the team qualify for the IPL Playoff.

Lockie Ferguson: Fast delivery of the season

During the IPL 2022 final, Lockie Ferguson surpassed Umran Malik’s record of fastest delivery of the season. The Kiwi pacer clocked 157.3 kmph on Sunday, surpassing Umran Malik’s 157 kmph. Unfortunately, Umran Malik missed this award during the final match of the season.

Fairplay award: shared by Gujarat Titans & Rajasthan Royals

Rajasthan Royals topped the list of fair play awards with 170 points, while Gujarat Titans finished second with 160 points 

Dinesh Karthik: Super striker of the season 

The 36-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman played the role of the finisher to perfection. Karthik played some stunning cameos throughout the season during the final overs of RCB innings and helped the team reach the playoffs. Going b the overall record, Karthik scored 330 runs in 16 games at a strike rate of 183.33 at a stunning average of 55. 

Emerging player: Umran Malik

Umran Malik was the find of the season as he consistently bowled deliveries over 150 kmph with ease. The Kashmiri pacer finished with 22 wickets for the season and almost bowled the fastest delivery of the season, only for Lockie Ferguson. 

IPL 2022 Title Winner / Trophy

The Gujarat Titans won the Indian Premier League in their first attempt on Sunday with all-rounder Hardik Pandya leading his team to an emphatic seven-wicket victory over Rajasthan Royals in the final.

IPL 2022 prize money

Here’s the whopping amount Gujarat Titans, Rajasthan Royals will take home:

Hardik Pandya-led Gujarat Titans defeated Sanju Samson’s Rajasthan Royals in the final of IPL 2022 to lift the trophy. The win saw GT take home a cheque of Rs 20 crore while RR received a cheque of Rs 12.5 crore. Hardik Pandya shone in the win and scalped 3 wickets.

Most IPL Trophies as head coach:

  • Flemming – 4
  • Jayawardena – 3
  • Trevor Bayliss – 2
  • Ashish Nehra – 1 (Only Indian)
  • Tom Moody – 1
  • Ricky Ponting – 1
  • John Wright – 1
  • Darren Lehmann – 1
  • Shane Warne – 1

Sangakkara reflects on loss

We have the Purple Cap, we have the Orange Cap. As a team we played great. A lot of improvement still needs to be done. Riyan Parag has huge batting potential. We will work him to make him an early middle-order batsman next year. Wickets in the middle-overs, we let Gujarat Titans come back into the game.

Hardik Pandya Notes

My long-term and short-term goal is to win the World Cup for India. I always play for the team. Playing for India is the biggest honour. I want to win the World Cup for India: Hardik Pandya

We always planned to pack our team with five specialist bowlers. People talk about T20 being the batsman’s game. But in the end, you have to take wickets to win matches. It’s those 10 runs that matter: Hardik

This win as a captain is special: Hardik; I have a great family to look after me in crunch situations: Hardik

Shami up for a chat

He says they wanted a good start (the first ball dismissal of KL Rahul in the team’s first game) and that just set up a template for a team. He wanted to serve on a good length and line and keep it simple. Adds that Saha has the abilities, he just needs opportunities. Saha joins him and says it was his fifth final but second on the winning side. Everyone said it is not a good squad but they have shown what they are capable of.

GT vs RR, Final, Indian Premier League 2022

Gujarat Titans Squad


Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Shubman Gill, Matthew Wade, Hardik Pandya (c), David Miller, Rahul Tewatia, Rashid Khan, Ravisrinivasan Sai Kishore, Lockie Ferguson, Yash Dayal, Mohammed Shami.


Pradeep Sangwan, Varun Aaron, Jayant Yadav, Vijay Shankar, Gurkeerat Singh Mann, Abhinav Manohar, Darshan Nalkande, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Dominic Drakes, Sai Sudharsan, Noor Ahmad, Alzarri Joseph

Rajasthan Royals Squad


Yashasvi Jaiswal, Jos Buttler, Sanju Samson (c & wk), Devdutt Padikkal, Shimron Hetmyer, Riyan Parag, Ravichandran Ashwin, Trent Boult, Prasidh Krishna, Obed McCoy, Yuzvendra Chahal


Karun Nair, James Neesham, Rassie van der Dussen, Corbin Bosch, Navdeep Saini, KC Cariappa, Daryl Mitchell, Tejas Baroka, Kuldip Yadav, Anunay Singh, Kuldeep Sen, Dhruv Jurel, Shubham Garhwal


Hardik Pandya

Jos Buttler

Hardik, GT captain: This is the right example for any team in the world. If you can play as a team and build a good unit with genuine people around, wonders can happen. I and Ashu pa, we like to play proper bowlers. Batters can obviously chip in, but most of the time I have seen in T20 cricket – it’s a batter’s game but bowlers win you games. A lot of times we won the games as well, but we always spoke about what are the things we missed out and how we can get better from here. Everyone chipped in. Count myself lucky winning 5 finals, it’s been exciting. This is going to be a special one. We spoke about creating a legacy. Generation to come, everyone will remember this was the team who started this journey and to win the championship first year is very special.

Sanju Samson, RR captain: This season was really special for us. Last two-three seasons all the fans, everyone was having a really hard time. Good to give them some happy moments. Really proud of my team. Great youngsters, great senior players. One off day today but really proud of my team. Right from the auctions we wanted to have quality bowlers, they win you tournaments.

Kumar Sangakkara, RR head coach: The way the team’s really focussed, gelled together and played a lot of good cricket. Went through ups and downs. We had huge contributions from Jos, from the two spinners, Boulty, we had McCoy coming in, Hetmyer. Can go on and on. Have a strong core of around 9 players, changed a few others based on form, opposition. It’s been a great journey, great franchise to be part of.

Jos Buttler, Player of the Tournament: Exceeded all my expectations apart from today – the trophy we really wanted. Disappointed with that. Big congratulations to Hardik and team. Deserving champions. My goals are to play my role for the team and try and react on the day regarding what the game is asking me to do. In good teams you have a lot of trust in everyone. We have huge trust in everyone in our team. Very grateful for the opportunity to play today. Disappointed – that’s completely natural. Have lost plenty of finals in my career unfortunately. Today’s been an amazing occasion, been a fantastic tournament. Having had two years without crowds, to come here and play has been an absolute privilege. And for all the young guys in our team to soak it up, and use the hurt from today to push on further for the rest of your career.

Yuzvendra Chahal and Jos Buttler end up taking the Purple Cap and Orange Cap respectively. Chahal pipped Hasaranga today, while there was no challenging Buttler this season.

Umran Malik is named the Emerging player of the season, Shami collects the award on his behalf.

Hardik Pandya, Player of the Match: Wanted to show at the right time what I’ve worked hard for. Today was the day from the bowling point of view I saved the best for the best. Second ball of my spell when I got Sanju out, saw that if you hit the wicket hard and hit the seam something is gonna happen. All about sticking to the right lengths, asking the batters to play the right shots. For me my team is the most important. I’ve always been that kind of individual. If I were to have a worse season and my team wins, I’ll take that. Batting comes first to me, always going to be close to my heart. When we got the auction done it was clear I had to bat higher to guide.

Gary Kirsten: It’s fantastic, really happy for the guys, they’ve put a lot into the tournament, great for Ashish (Nehra) and Vikram (Solanki) as well. You’re looking for good balance, good depth in the auction but most importantly you’re looking for players who can do different roles, the one thing we’ve learnt with Ashish is finding guys who were versatile, and at 4, 5 and 6 – we’ve got that. (On different players winning Man of the Match) We all got energy out of it, we’ve had a great bowling attack – through the end we went a bowler strong and a batter light, but we were always confident, just to get good balance in the team. Sai Kishore came into the team as a left-arm spinner and did really well as well. (On Pandya) He has been fantastic, I’ve looked working with him. He’s a high-profile player in India but he’s incredibly humble, wanting to learn as a leader and engage with his players which I thing is really, really important. He’s tried to help the youngsters, he’s come in and played a different responsibility. You never stop learning as a coach, every IPL is a learning experience, that’s what I enjoy. I’ve loved working with Ashish, he’s really strong tactically – trying to put a gameplan together on the fly is not easy. There are so many variable in each game, but what I’ve enjoyed has been the responsibility players have taken to win games for us. (On playing in Ahmedabad) It is amazing to win in our first season. We came out here pre-season to do a bit of training and it was empty, you could hear an echo here, so it is great to come back and get a full stadium.

Rahul Tewatia: There was a relaxed atmosphere during Qualifier 1, we knew we were playing well this season. The plan was to take it deep and for the finishers to finish. I don’t know about the party, when at the beginning of the season, someone asked me what were my goals, I told them there was no personal goals but it will be great if we could win. It was a new team, new environment and don’t know about the party tonight but I won’t be sleeping. After the auctions there were saying our team had batsmen short, experienced batsmen short but the way the management backed David [Miller] and me was good. The captain trusts me and keeps telling me to trust your game and keep finishing like you do.

Shubman Gill: It means a lot. After winning the Under-19 World Cup, winning the IPL is just as big. It is my fourth year. I wanted to be there till the end and that was the talk with the coaches. Glad I took them over the line. Our bowlers bowled really well to restrict them to 130. We wanted to keep them under 150 but fortunately it was much lesser.

Lockie Ferguson: I couldn’t be more rapped for the boys, finishing with a win. (On his fastest delivery) Very proud of the boys for the way they bowled. Hardik was superb too, he led from the front.

David Miller: It’s been a phenomenal journey, finishing it at the back end was a special feeling, but it has been a collective effort, everyone has stuck up their hand and performed well. (On Pandya) He’s been very relaxed, we’ve had a very good bond with Ashish (Nehra) and Hardik. He’s got better and better as the competition gone on, tactically he’s been brilliant. Just grown from strength to strength.

Rashid Khan: We assessed the wicket well, we knew it would be hard to chase down 150. Everyone had to take responsibility, we did well to come back well in the middle overs. He is the only guy whom we didn’t want to bowl to and I’m happy that he’s part of our team (on Shubman Gill), Biggest achievement of your career is to be part of a winning IPL team. You always want to do well in big competitions like this. Winning tournaments like this, you’ll need to put in a lot of hard work and this is certainly a high point of my career.

Matthew Wade: Just the team environment, relaxing environment, Hardik, Rashid were leading from the front. It was a family atmosphere, everyone felt welcome, Ashish [Nehra] ensured that. Here everyone gets net time, everyone gets a chance. It has been amazing, hopefully we can come back next year in front of these fans.

Mohammed Shami: We needed to start the tournament well (on the first ball dismissal of KL in the team’s first game), set up a template for the team. The idea was only to start well for the team, concentrate on the line and length. We (himself and Saha) have known each other well for the last 20 years and have a good understanding as well.

Wriddhiman Saha: This is my 5th final and the 2nd final I have won, someone said our team was not good after the auctions, but we proved them wrong. The first ball he bowled was outstanding [on Shami’s first ball in their first game which got KL Rahul out], everyone contributed and it was a team performance.

Cricket Lover: This is one of the final without fifties and hundreds. What a Boring IPL final and completely once sided.

IPL 2022 Final Fixed? Fans On Twitter Go Berserk After Gujarat Titans’ Maiden IPL Win.

Cricket fans alleged spot-fixing in the IPL 2022 final after Hardik Pandya-led Gujarat Titans lifted their maiden title on Sunday (May 29).


Is this the way a BCCI official should celebrate on a individual team’s victory, where is professionalism and neutrality. – Jay Shah Celebrating Gujarat Titans Wins. First He is a BCCI official, then only he is Gujarati but he forget his position.

Hardik pandya doesn’t look that excited..looks like he knew the result before the game #fixing

Venue : Gujarat; Team : Gujarat Titans; Captain : Gujarati; Narendramodi and AmitShah present in the stadium; Adani, Gurus and more political leaders. If gujarat_titans don’t win who else will? Even a 9 year old can tell this match was fixed to make Gujarat_titans; lift the cup in their home ground.

List of Awards IPL 2022: Emerging Player, Super Striker and other award winners summary

  • Sanju Samson wins the runner-up trophy and a cheque worth Rs. 12.5 crore.
  • Jos Buttler has been named the Most Valuable Player
  • Evin Lewis’ catch that ended the Kolkata Knight Riders’ campaign has been named the best of the season.
  • Jos Buttler won the Orange Cap for scoring 863 runs.
  • Yuzvendra Chahal wins the Purple Cap for picking 27 wickets (most by a spinner in an IPL season).
  • Jos Buttler won the Fours award for hitting 83 of them throughout the season.
  • Lockie Ferguson won the Fastest Delivery of the Season award.
  • Jos Buttler is the Powerplayer of the Season.
  • Rajasthan Royals and Gujarat Titans share the Fairplay award.
  • Jos Buttler is the Gamechanger of the Season for accumulating the most fantasy points.
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Dinesh Karthik bags the ‘Super Striker’ honour, having finished the tournament with a strike rate of 183.33. He wins a TATA Punch car.
  • Jos Buttler wins the ‘Let’s Crack It Sixes’ award for hammering 45 maximums.
  • Umran Malik won the Emerging Player award.
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