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With the arrival of the T20 cricketing format, especially the IPL in the year 2008, we have seen the batsmen dominating the major part of the game. Fans also love to see raining sixes and fours. It’s the bowlers who have to suffer the most, be it the character of pitch or the rules, the majority of them favors and designed in a manner to get maximum runs on the board. This shortest format of the game is generally looked upon as a game played by the batsmen. But over time we have realized the value of a good bowler in the game. A few quick, crucial wickets can change the fate of the game at any point in the 20-overs format, irrespective of how destructive the opposition batsmen are. Many of the bowlers have made a substantial impact in the game. Here’s a complete list of the purple cap in the IPL 2021 – 2008 winners list. 

If we look at the recent purchases made by the franchises in IPL 2021 and previous seasons, we can see the changing trends. Franchises are spending huge money on bowlers who can deliver good overs in a crucial time.

Let’s look at the IPL purple cap winners across the different seasons of the IPL: Purple cap in IPL 2021-2008.

1Complete List of Purple Cap In IPL 2021 – 2008 Winners

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YEAR PLAYER TEAM WICKETS
2008 Sohail Tanvir Rajasthan Royals 22
2009 RP Singh Deccan Chargers 23
2010 Pragyan Ojha Deccan Chargers 21
2011 Lasith Malinga Mumbai Indians 28
2012 Morne Morkel Delhi Daredevils 25
2013 Dwayne Bravo Chennai Super Kings 32
2014 Mohit Sharma Chennai Super Kings 23
2015 Dwayne Bravo Chennai Super Kings 26
2016 Bhuvneshwar Kumar Sunrisers Hyderabad 23
2017 Bhuvneshwar Kumar Sunrisers Hyderabad 26
2018 Andrew Tye Kings XI Punjab 24
2019 Imran Tahir Chennai Super Kings 26
2020 Kagiso Rabada Delhi Capitals 30
2021 Harshal Patel Royal challenger Bangalore 32

Purple Cap in IPL 2008: Sohail Tanvir

Back in the year 2008, Pakistan pacer Sohail Tanvir, representing Rajasthan Royals became the IPL purple cap winner. He picked up 22 wickets in 11 matches in the inaugural season of the IPL. The marvelous bowling performance by the Pakistani pacer included a mindblowing spell of 6/14 against the Chennai Super Kings.

Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
Sohail Tanvir (RR) 11 11 41.1 0 266 22 6/14 12.09 6.46 11.2 1 1
SK Warne (RR) 15 15 52.0 1 404 19 3/19 21.26 7.76 16.4 0 0
S Sreesanth (K XI P) 15 15 51.1 0 442 19 3/29 23.26 8.63 16.1 0 0
SR Watson (RR) 15 15 54.1 0 383 17 3/10 22.52 7.07 19.1 0 0
PP Chawla (K XI P) 15 15 46.5 0 389 17 3/25 22.88 8.30 16.5 0 0

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Purple Cap in IPL 2009: RP Singh

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With 23 wickets in 16 matches, India’s pacer RP Singh won the purple cap in IPL in the year 2009. RP played for Deccan Chargers (Now, Sunrisers Hyderabad) in the 2nd season of the IPL. His marvelous bowling performance helped the side lift the IPL cup in the season.

Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
RP Singh (DC) 16 16 59.4 1 417 23 4/22 18.13 6.98 15.5 1 0
Anil  Kumble (RCB) 16 16 59.1 1 347 21 5/5 16.52 5.86 16.9 1 1
Ashish Nehra (DD) 13 13 51.0 1 346 19 3/27 18.21 6.78 16.1 0 0
SL Malinga (MI) 13 13 49.3 2 311 18 3/10 17.27 6.28 16.5 0 0
PP Ojha (DC) 15 15 53.3 0 348 18 3/21 19.33 6.50 17.8 0 0

Purple Cap in IPL 2010: PP Ojha

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Another bowler from the side Deccan Chargers, Pragyan Ojha, a spinner, grabbed the purple cap in IPL in the year 2010. He went on to claim the IPL Purple Cap title with 21 wickets in 16 matches. The bowler had an economy of 7.29 and an average of 16.8 in the 2010 season.

Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
PP Ojha (DC) 16 16 58.5 0 429 21 3/26 20.42 7.29 16.8 0 0
Amit Mishra (DD) 14 14 53.0 0 363 17 3/25 21.35 6.84 18.7 0 0
Harbhajan Singh (MI) 15 14 53.3 1 377 17 3/31 22.17 7.04 18.8 0 0
A Kumble (RCB) 16 16 63.2 0 407 17 4/16 23.94 6.42 22.3 1 0
R Vinay Kumar 14 14 46.2 0 396 16 4/40 24.75 8.54 17.3 1 0

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Purple Cap in IPL 2011: SL Malinga

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The Sri Lankan pacer, Lasith Malinga, representing Mumbai Indians, took 28 wickets and grabbed the title of the purple cap in IPL in year 2011. Mumbai Indian went into the finals of IPL 2011. However, the side couldn’t lift the winning trophy as the MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings went on to win their 2nd successive title.

Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
SL Malinga (MI) 16 16 63.0 2 375 28 5/13 13.39 5.95 13.5 0 1
MM Patel (MI) 15 15 54.2 1 358 22 5/21 16.27 6.58 14.8 0 1
S Aravind (RCB) 13 13 46.0 0 368 21 4/14 17.52 8.00 13.1 1 0
R Ashwin (CSK) 16 16 63.0 1 388 20 3/16 19.40 6.15 18.9 0 0
A Mishra (DC) 14 14 53.2 2 358 19 4/9 18.84 6.71 16.8 1 0

Purple Cap in IPL 2012: M Morkel

Morne Morkel, South African pacer, was at his career-best in the IPL 2012. The bowler was playing for Delhi Daredevils in the 5th edition of the tournament. He took 25 wickets which led him to become the highest wicket-taker in the tournament and helped him grab the IPL purple cap. Team D.D finished at the 3rd spot in the season. The trophy was lifted by Gautam Gambhir-led Kolkata Knight Riders in 2012. It was the maiden title for the side.

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Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
M Morkel (DD) 16 16 63.0 1 453 25 4/20 18.12 7.19 15.1 1 0
SP Narine (KKR) 15 15 59.1 1 324 24 5/19 13.50 5.47 14.7 1 1
SL Malinga (MI) 14 14 55.3 1 350 22 4/16 15.90 6.30 15.1 1 0
UT Yadav (DD) 17 17 61.0 2 453 19 3/19 23.84 7.42 19.2 0 0
R Vinay Kumar (RCB) 15 14 55.5 0 480 19 3/22 25.26 8.59 17.6 0 0

Purple Cap in IPL 2013: DJ Bravo

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Dwayne Bravo, a splendid all rounder from the West Indies, playing for the side CSK, had a stellar IPL 2013 campaign. He went on to claim 32 wickets in the tournament. It is still the highest wickets taken by any bowler in a single season of IPL.

Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
DJ Bravo (CSK) 18 18 62.3 0 497 32 4/42 15.53 7.95 11.7 1 0
JP Faulkner (RR) 16 16 63.1 2 427 28 5/16 15.25 6.75 13.5 0 2
Harbhajan Singh (MI) 19 19 70.0 0 456 24 3/14 19.00 6.51 17.5 0 0
MG Johnson (MI) 17 17 64.0 0 459 24 3/27 19.12 7.17 16.0 0 0
R Vinay Kumar (RCB) 16 16 60.1 0 493 23 3/18 21.43 8.19 15.6 0 0

Purple Cap in IPL 2014: MM Sharma

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Chennai Super Kings bowler, Mohit Sharma won the IPL purple cap in the year 2014. The young bowler took 23 wickets in 16 matches.

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Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
MM Sharma (CSK) 16 16 53.5 0 452 23 4/14 19.65 8.39 14.0 1 0
SP Narine (KKR) 16 16 64.0 0 407 21 4/20 19.38 6.35 18.2 2 0
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH) 14 14 53.1 0 354 20 4/14 17.70 6.65 15.9 1 0
Ravindar Jadeja (CSK) 16 16 54.2 0 443 19 4/12 23.31 8.15 17.1 2 0
Sandeep Sharma (K XI P) 11 11 40.1 2 354 18 3/15 19.66 8.81 13.3 0 0

IPL 2015: DJ Bravo

CSK all-rounder, Dwayne Bravo once again finished at the top of the highest wicket-takers list. He went on to win the purple cap in IPL once again in the year 2015, becoming the 1st player to win the honor twice. He took 26 wickets, playing 17 matches. His team lost to the Mumbai Indians in a thriller of a final. 

Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
DJ Bravo (CSK) 17 16 52.2 0 426 26 3/22 16.38 8.14 12.0 0 0
SL Malinga (MI) 15 15 60.0 3 444 24 4/23 18.50 7.40 15.0 1 0
YS Chahal (RCB) 15 14 46.5 0 415 23 3/40 18.04 8.86 12.2 0 0
A Nehra (CSK) 16 16 62.0 0 449 22 4/10 20.40 7.24 16.9 1 0
MA Starc (RCB) 13 12 43.0 1 291 20 4/15 14.55 6.76 12.9 1 0

IPL 2016: B Kumar

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In the year 2016 Sunrisers Hyderabad grabbed the IPL trophy. A lot of this was because of the bowling magnificent, Bhuvneshwar Kumar. He took 23 wickets in the tournament and led the team from the front with the ball. He won the purple cap in IPL 2016.

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Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
B Kumar (SRH) 17 17 66.0 3 490 23 4/29 21.30 7.42 17.2 1 0
Yuzvendra Chahal (RCB) 13 13 49.1 0 401 21 4/25 19.09 8.15 14.0 1 0
SR Watson (RCB) 16 16 56.3 0 485 20 4/29 24.25 8.58 16.9 1 0
DS Kulkarni (GL) 14 14 49.0 4 364 18 4/14 20.22 7.42 16.3 1 0
Mustafizur Rahman (SRH) 16 16 61.0 1 421 17 3/16 24.76 6.90 21.5 0 0

IPL 2017: B Kumar

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar became the 1st bowler in IPL history to win the IPL purple cap in successive seasons, in the 2016 and 17 seasons. He finished the season at the top of the chart with 26 wickets.

Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
B Kumar (SRH) 14 14 52.2 0 369 26 5/19 14.19 7.05 12.0 0 1
Jaydev Unadkat (PS) 12 12 45.5 3 322 24 5/30 13.41 7.02 11.4 0 1
Jasprit Bumrah (MI) 16 16 59.2 2 440 20 3/7 22.00 7.41 17.8 0 0
MJ McClenaghan (MI) 14 14 54.0 0 507 19 3/24 26.68 9.38 17.0 0 0
Imran Tahir (RPS) 12 12 47.0 0 369 18 3/18 20.50 7.85 15.6 0 0

IPL 2018: AJ Tye

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Australia all-rounder Andrew Tye had a fantastic IPL season in 2018. Playing for Kings XI Punjab he took 24 wickets in 14 matches with 3 four wickets haul and won the purple cap in IPL 2018. The team under the captaincy of Ravichandran Ashwin finished at a dismal 7th spot.

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Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
AJ Tye (K XI P) 14 14 56.0 0 448 24 4/16 18.66 8.00 14.0 3 0
Rashid Khan (SRH) 17 17 68.0 2 458 21 3/19 21.80 6.73 19.4 0 0
S Kaul (SRH) 17 17 66.0 0 547 21 3/23 26.04 8.28 18.8 0 0
Umesh Yadav (RCB) 14 14 53.1 1 418 20 3/23 20.90 7.86 15.9 0 0
Hardik Pandya (MI) 13 13 42.4 0 381 18 3/24 21.16 8.92 14.2 0 0

IPL 2019: Imran Tahir

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40-year-old Imran Tahir proved that age is just a number in IPL 2019. He went on to take 26 wickets for the Chennai Super Kings side and grabbed the IPL purple cap. Team CSK reached yet another final but was defeated by Rohit Sharma-led M.I in the finals. M.I picked their fourth title.

Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
Imran Tahir (CSK) 17 17 64.2 1 431 26 4/12 16.57 6.69 14.8 2 0
K Rabada (DC) 12 12 47.0 0 368 25 4/21 14.72 7.82 11.2 2 0
DL Chahar (CSK) 17 17 64.3 2 482 22 3/20 21.90 7.47 17.5 0 0
S Gopal (RR) 14 14 48.0 1 347 20 3/12 17.35 7.22 14.4 0 0
KK Ahmed (SRH) 9 9 34.5 0 287 19 3/30 15.10 8.23 11.0 0 0

Purple cap in IPL 2020: K Rabada

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It was a close contest between Mumbai Indians’ Jasprit Bumrah and Delhi Capital’s Kagiso Rabada for the purple cap in IPL 2020. In the finals of the IPL 2020, the two teams faced each other in the title clash, the South African finished the season with 30 wickets ahead of Bumrah to grab the purple cap in IPL 2020.

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Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
K Rabada (DC) 17 17 65.4 1 548 30 4/24 18.26 8.34 13.1 2 0
JJ Bumrah (MI) 15 15 60.0 2 404 27 4/14 14.96 6.73 13.3 2 0
TA Boult (MI) 15 15 57.2 3 457 25 4/18 18.28 7.97 13.7 1 0
A Nortje (DC) 16 16 61.0 0 512 22 3/33 23.27 8.39 16.6 0 0
YS Chahal (RCB) 15 15 57.1 0 405 21 3/18 19.28 7.08 16.3 0 0

Purple cap in IPL 2021

Batting and Fielding Mat No Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s CT ST
Career 63 11 187 36* 11.00 139 134.53 0 0 11 11 15 0
2021 15 4 59 31 14.75 46 128.26 0 0 6 2 3 0

 

With 32 wickets in the 14th season of IPL, Harshal Patel won the purple cap in ipl 2021.


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