These 26 players received orange and purple cap in last 13 seasons, see full list here

The 13th season of the Indian Premier League ended with Mumbai Indians lifting the trophy for a record fifth time after defeating Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets in the tournament finals at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. KL Rahul was the holder on orange cap, Kagiso Rabada - purple cap and Jofra Archer was titled as man of the tournament.

The tournament honors players with several awards at the end of each season. They are Orange Cap, Purple Cap, Maximum Sixes Award, Most Valuable Player, Emerging Player of the Year, and Man Of The Tournament. This article covers the list of players holding the Orange Cap, Purple Cap, and Man Of The Tournament right from the year 2008 to 2020.

List Of The Players

2008: In the first season of IPL, Shaun Marsh of Kings XI Punjab achieved the Orange Cap by scoring 616 runs. On the other hand, Sohail Tanvir of Rajasthan Royals was the Purple Cap winner with 22 wickets. Shane Watson was the man of the tournament.

2009: Mathew Hayden of Chennai Super Kings succeeded in achieving the Orange Cap with 572 runs. While, with 23 wickets, the purple cap adorned the head of Deccan Chargers RP Singh. Adam Gilchrist was the man of the tournament.

2010: Orange cap adorned on the head of Sachin Tendulkar of Mumbai Indians. Tendulkar had scored 618 runs in the third season of IPL. At the same time, Deccan’s Pragyan Ojha was the winner of the Purple Cap with 21 wickets. Sachin Tendulkar was the man of the tournament.

2011: Chris Gayle of Royal Challengers Bangalore scored an Orange cap scoring 608 runs, while Purple Cap’s Lasith Malinga took a total of 28 wickets. Chris Gayle was the Man of the Tournament.

2012: This season too, Orange Cap got to Chris Gayle. Gayle set a record for the highest score of 733 runs in a single season of IPL. At the same time, Morne Morkel of Delhi Capitals took the Purple Cap with 25 wickets. Man of the tournament was awarded to Sunil Narine.

2013: Mike Hussey, who scored 733 runs, entitled Orange Cap. However, he missed breaking Gayle’s record. Dwayne Bravo of Chennai Super Kings with 32 wickets adorned the Purple Cap. Shane Watson was the Man of the Tournament.

2014: Robin Uthappa of Kolkata Knight Riders scored an Orange cap after scoring 660 runs. The purple cap was given to Mohit Sharma, who took 23 wickets. Glenn Maxwell was the Man of the Tournament.

2015: Sunrisers Hyderabad’s David Warner was given the Orange Cap for 562 runs, while Dwayne Bravo took the Purple Cap with 26 wickets. Andre Russell was the man of the tournament.

2016: Virat Kohli, the captain of the star player Royal Challengers Bangalore, achieved the Orange Cap, breaking all previous records. Kohli had scored 973 runs in the 2016 season. The purple cap was given to Bhuvneshwar Kumar of Sunrisers Hyderabad, who took 23 wickets. Virat Kohli became the man of the tournament.

2017: David Warner managed to get the Orange Cap by scoring 641 runs, while Bhuvneshwar Kumar again won the Purple Cap with 26 wickets. Ben Stocks was the Man of the Tournament.

2018: Kane Williamson of Sunrisers Hyderabad was the winner of the Orange Cap with 735 runs, while Andrew Tye’s head purple cap adorned with 24 wickets. Sunil Naren is the man of the tournament.

2019: David Warner achieved the Orange Cap by scoring 692 runs, while Imran Tahir with 26 wickets became entitled to the Purple Cap. Andre Russell was the man of the tournament.

2020: KL Rahul playing for Kings XI Punjab, was in great form in the last season, he earned an orange cap by scoring 670 runs in 14 matches, whereas Kagiso Rabada (Delhi Capitals) owned a purple cap with 30 wickets. Jofra Archer (Rajasthan Royals) was titled with the man of the tournament.

 

 

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