Hindi News »Sports» Cricket »IPL 2021 Purple Cap: Harshal Patel’s reign continues, Avesh Khan, Chris Morris stiff competition
Today was Super Sunday in IPL-2021 i.e. two matches in one day on Sunday. When there are two matches in the day, there is a rapid change in the table from the table to the orange cap and the purple cap. However, in the purple cap given to the bowler who took the highest wicket in the season, the first place change was not seen even after two matches on Sunday. Harshal Patel, the young fast bowler of Royal Challengers Bangalore, captained by Virat Kohli, remains king in this race even after 29 matches of this season. One good thing in this season’s Purple Cap race is that young bowlers of India are seeing the light of it. Isn’t India in the top-5 dominated by the world’s big bowlers.
Purple cap is given to the bowler who takes the most wickets in the league. Its condition varies during the season. After every match, the bowler who stays first in the list of bowlers who have taken the most wickets is given this cap, Harshal has been in the forefront of this race for a long time. He has taken 17 wickets in seven games so far. Avesh Khan of Delhi Capitals is the second Indian and Rahul Chahar of Mumbai Indians is the third Indian. Rahul was still in third place but Chris Morris of Rajasthan pushed him to fourth.