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Top Performances: DC’s Young And Relentless Brigade

Kuldeep Yadav and Khaleel Ahmed did an excellent job of leading the assault for the 2022 DC squad. Axar Patel and Anrich Nortje, who both played for the DC squad during the previous season, also made significant contributions to the group’s success.

In spite of the fact that the season did not go according to plan, they were still able to see some incredible bowling and acquire knowledge that will be useful for the next season. Take a look at the top bowling performances by the DC squad in the IPL 2022, including the setting of a new record for the most runs scored during a powerplay in IPL 2022.

  • Kuldeep Yadav 4/14 vs KKR

According to ipl flash news, Kuldeep Yadav, an unusual left-handed bowler, had a season where he made up for past mistakes. After being hurt for most of two seasons with KKR, Kuldeep Yadav came back with a renewed sense of purpose in the first match against his old team. He took 4/35 and made the crowd cry with joy.

Then, in the rematch, he had his best bowling performance of the IPL, taking another 4 wickets while letting only 14 runs through.

He bowled two of the best batters, Baba Indrajith and Sunil Narine, in one over. After six overs, he took out two more dangerous batsmen, Shreyas Iyer and Andre Russell (the big man from Jamaica was dismissed for a duck). Kuldeep’s magic brought KKR’s score down to 146 for 9 in 20 overs, which was an easy score for our batsmen to beat.

  • Kuldeep Yadav 3/18 vs MI

With 21 wickets in 14 games, Kuldeep Yadav was the best bowler in the end. This amazing run of form started with the first game of the season.

In their first game against the Mumbai Indians, Kuldeep got rid of Rohit Sharma and Kieron Pollard, who were both important players for mighty MI. He also got rid of Anmolpreet in between. For the first time in his IPL career, he finished with 20 or more wickets, thanks in large part to his 3/18 in the first match, which set the tone for the rest of the season.

  • Shardul Thakur 4/36 vs PBKS


At DY Patil Stadium for their third straight game. DC Men in Blue batted first and scored 159 runs. They only had two games left in the league stage, and they had to win one of them to have any chance of making the playoffs.

Shardul found his form when it was all or nothing against PBKS. He had been having a hard season with the ball. He had a great bowling game and got four wickets, which helped DC win by 17 runs.

He got four wickets and won the game by himself by bowling two overs that both took two. The first person took part was in a position of power. Rajapaksa was trying to get as many runs as possible in the penultimate over of the powerplay, but he was out. Next, he got rid of the reliable Shikhar Dhawan with a jaffa that lifted sharply from a length to send Dhawan’s edge straight to the keeper on the last ball of the over.

In the last overs, he came back and, in just three deliveries, got rid of Jitesh Sharma and Kagiso Rabada, Punjab’s last hopes for catching up.

  • Mustafizur Rahman 3/18 vs KKR

Mustafizur’s death bowling was very bad for the Knight Riders. He took three wickets at a cost of 4.5 runs per wicket. In that last over, he got rid of Nitish Rana, who was batting on 57, Rinku Singh, who can be dangerous in the end, and Southee, who can hit a couple big ones in the end.

This bowling was just as important as Kuldeep’s four-for, especially the penultimate over when three wickets fell for only one run against. It stopped KKR from scoring and kept them at a decent 146 for 9.

  • Khaleel Ahmed 3/25 vs KKR

Khaleel Ahmed would not let the KKR batsmen off the hook as they tried to reach 216. In the first five overs of their turn, Venkatesh Iyer and Ajinkya Rahane were both out.

In the 15th over, he came back to slow down the chase even more by getting wicket-keeper batsman Sam Billings out. Khaleel Ahmed did a great job. He added to Kuldeep’s four wickets by taking three wickets at an economy rate of 6.25.

This season, Khaleel Ahmed’s stock went up a lot because of how well he bowled at different times during the game. We are paying close attention to the left-handed bowler in preparation for IPL 2023.

  • Axar Patel’s 2/10 vs PBKS

Another one that stands out was Axar Patel’s 2/10 spell against Punjab Kings. Even for Axar Patel, who is known for being stingy, an economy rate of 2.50 is great!

In addition to that economy rate, he also got two important wickets. He fooled the red-hot Liam Livingstone in the first spell. The second one by Jitesh Sharma came during the middle overs, when it was most important. This helped keep Punjab to a low score of 115.

In the Indian Premier League in 2022, the Delhi Capitals had the most runs in the Powerplay.

The opening pair of Prithvi Shaw and David Warner for the Delhi Capitals in the 2022 Indian Premier League season set a new powerplay record when they scored 81 runs in the first six overs of their game against the Punjab Kings without losing a wicket. This achievement enabled the Delhi Capitals to set a new record for the powerplay category. As soon as the first ball of the run chase was bowled, Shaw and Warner, who seemed to be in excellent physical form, went at the bowlers on the other side. The openers for the Delhi Capitals have already put up four partnerships that are at least 50 runs in total so far throughout this season.

People won’t stop talking about how good these guys were until the IPL in 2023, when they’ll be back to doing what they do best.

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