The best batters and bowlers in the IPL

The popular franchise league Indian Premier League (IPL) has come an end after two months of lavish organization. Gujarat Titans, the newcomers to the IPL this year, are overjoyed to have lifted the trophy by defeating Rajasthan Royals at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad. Gujarat won the toss and elected to field first. Who has been the best with bat and ball this time? Let's take a look ...

Orange hat:
Rajasthan Royals' English star Jos Butler has been crowned the highest run-getter in the just-concluded Indian Premier League (IPL). He has got four half-centuries as well as four centuries. Virat Kohli, the poster boy of Indian cricket, has set a new record of 116 runs in an innings. A total of 863 runs came from Butler's willow at an average of 57.53 and a strike rate of 149.05 in 16 matches in this year's IPL. Virat Kohli became the owner of the orange hat after scoring 973 runs in 16 matches in the 2016 IPL. Butler could not break Kohli's record in the end.
Purple hat:
Rajasthan Royals are also holding the purple hat of the highest wicket taker in this year's edition of IPL. Royals star Yuzbendra Chahal crowned the purple hat on his head. The leg-spinner has taken 27 wickets in 17 matches at an average of 19.51 and an economy rate of 7.75.

Quinton de Kock is the highest individual run scorer in the just concluded IPL. He played an unbeaten 140-run innings off 70 balls. However, Pat Cummins (282.50) is the owner of the best strike rate. The best average, however, is in the possession of Proteas all-rounder David Miller (481 runs at an average of 68.71).

Butler has the most sixes, fours and centuries in the 15th edition of the IPL. Butler hit 45 sixes, 83 fours and four centuries. However, David Warner has scored the most half centuries in five 50-run innings. Pat Cummins hit the fastest fifty (14 balls). The fastest century (49 balls) came from Rajat Patidar's willow. Speed ​​star Umran Malik has been selected as the best rising star.