Winning the IPL 2022 final, Hardik Pandya and team rained with money

New Delhi: Hardik Pandya & Co, who won the title in their debut season, received a stupendous trophy with a prize money of Rs 20 crore. The runners-up Rajasthan Royals were given Rs 12.5 crore while the third placed Royal Challengers Bangalore were given Rs 7 crore. 6.5 crore was given to the fourth ranked Lucknow Super Giants.

Gujarat Titans, captained by Hardik Pandya, won the IPL 2022 title by defeating Rajasthan Royals by 7 wickets. Chasing the target of 131 runs set by Rajasthan, the team of Gujarat Titans won the final match by scoring 133 runs in 18.1 overs for the loss of 3 wickets. Captain Hardik Pandya was adjudged man of the match for his all-round performance. Hardik took 3 wickets in the first bowling, apart from this he also contributed significantly in batting and scored 34 runs.

Hardik Pandya & Co, who won the title in their debut season, received a stupendous trophy with a prize money of Rs 20 crore. The runners-up Rajasthan Royals were given Rs 12.5 crore while the third placed Royal Challengers Bangalore were given Rs 7 crore. 6.5 crore was given to the fourth ranked Lucknow Super Giants. Hardik Pandya captained the team for the first time in the IPL, making the team champion.

Talking about the match, in the low scoring final match, Rajasthan Royals captain Sanju Samson won the toss and decided to bat first. Rajasthan team could not perform as expected and could score only 130 runs for 9 wickets. Opener Jos Buttler played the highest innings of 39 runs for his side. Hardik Pandya took three wickets for Gujarat. Spinner Sai Kishore got two wickets. Mohammed Shami, Yash Dayal and Lockie Ferguson got one wicket each.

Chasing the target of 131 runs, Gujarat Titans did not have a good start. Only 9 runs were added to the total that wicketkeeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha was clean bowled by famous Krishna and sent to the pavilion. Saha was dismissed after scoring 5 runs. After this Shubman Gill got the support of Hardik and David Miller. Miller returned unbeaten on 32 off 19 balls, while Gill scored an unbeaten 45 off 43 balls. Rajasthan had a chance to win the title after 14 years but they missed it.

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