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The cryptic tweet was posted following the Men's Selection Committee's announcement of the team for the forthcoming 5-match Twenty20 Indian Premier League...
Digital Desk: Young Indian all-rounder Riyan Parag has been recently seen in great form. The 22-year-old cricketer of Assam scored mountains of runs for his state team in the recently concluded domestic matches.
Social media users are going crazy about Indian All-Rounder Riyan Parag's most recent post. He posted on X, saying, "Mausam banana apna kaam hai ab badal garje ya na garje usse hame kya🌧 #VHT lesgooo🚀."
The cryptic tweet was posted following the Men's Selection Committee's announcement of the team for the forthcoming 5-match Twenty20 Indian Premier League, which is set to begin in Visakhapatnam on November 23, 2023.
Fans anticipated that Riyan Parag of Assam will be on the team, particularly following his fantastic performance at the most recent Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Fans anticipated seeing the homegrown player set new marks because one of the matches is slated to take place in Guwahati on November 28.
"Riyan Parag of Assam has been ignored from the Indian national cricket squad despite his impressive performance in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 trophy. 😢😢😢," tweeted a fan.
"Riyan Parag created history by scoring 7 consecutive
half centuries in #SMAT2023 few days ago! He was the leading run scorer of that
tournament. Also did well with the ball. Single-handedly carried Assam to SF!
And BCCI ignored him for #INDvAUS T20 Series," read another tweet.
Another one said,"We're all with you Riyan, you knocked on the door but they wouldn't answer. Now it's time to break down the door."
"No Nitish Rana
No Sanju Samson
No Yuzi Chahal
No Riyan Parag BCCI is properly being run by lobbyists and
some cricket mafias . This is not good for cricket . We know it's business but costs that much???," read another a tweet by an account named NAVIYO.
It is to be noted that Riyan will captain Assam in the opening three games of the Vijay Hazare Trophy (One Day) Tournament for the 2023–24 season, which begins on November 23 in Chandigarh.