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IPL 2023: Mohammed Siraj surpasses Chahal, Rashid Khan and Mark Wood to take the Purple Cap

RCB also won against Punjab Kings, but in this match, Mohd. Siraj captured the Purple Cap after his deadly bowling. At the same time, RCB captain Faf du Plessis is the Orange Cap winner with the most points so far this season. That is, at present, both the purple cap and orange cap of the IPL are present with RCB. By the way, Mohammad Siraj bowled well against Punjab in his home ground Mohali and took four wickets.

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Yuzvendra Chahal, Rashid Khan and Mark Wood are the other Indian cricketers to achieve the festivities. Siraj becomes purple cap winner

After the end of 2023 league matches of IPL 27, Siraj has become the Purple Cap winner. Punjab Kings Siraj took 4 wickets for 21 runs in 4 overs and his economy rate was only 5.20. With the help of this four wickets, he has now reached number one in the list of bowlers who have taken the most wickets in this league so far. Together, they surpassed Mark Wood, Yuzvendra Chahal and Rashid Khan, who had 11 wickets each. Siraj has taken a total of 11 wickets in 6 matches so far this season and his best performance has been 12 wickets for 21 runs.

Siraj has the highest number of dot balls this season

In the match against Punjab, Siraj targeted Atharva Tayade, Liam Livingstone, Harpreet Brar and Nathan Ellis. In the last 27 matches played this season, if we talk about throwing the most dot balls, then it will be Mohd. Siraj’s name is at number one. He has bowled a total of 144 balls so far, out of which 82 balls have been dot. At the same time, his economy rate has also been the best so far, which is 6.71. He has given a total of 161 runs so far and the average has been 13.42.

Player of the Match.

He was given the title of Player of the Match for his excellent bowling against Punjab. “When I threw the first ball, it was a bit small and then I thought I had to throw a full-length ball for the swing. “The lockdown was very important for me as before that I used to get a boundary on my ball quickly, but during this period I worked on my fitness, planning and bowling, which benefited me. I try to improve in every aspect of my game. At the same time, I consider myself a good fielder and take fielding seriously.


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