Riyan Parag scored an explosive century

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Riyan Parag: Riyan Parag, who plays for Rajasthan Royals in IPL, once again played an explosive tackle. His bat may have been silent in the IPL and after that when the Indian team went to Sri Lanka for the Emerging Asia Cup every time his bat produced no special runs but after that it suddenly became the spotlight after scoring twice in a row. centuries. . This time, Riyan Parag again played an explosive tackle and became popular on social media.

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Riyan Parag scored a brilliant century in the Deodhar Trophy

Today a match is being played between the East Zone and the West Zone in the Deodhar Trophy. East Zone captain Saurabh Tiwary won the toss and decided to bat first. Opener Abhimanyu Easwaran and Utkarsh Singh made an excellent partnership. Both together led the team to 59 runs but after that, Abhimanyu Easwaran came out after scoring 38 runs. He hit five fours and one six. Following this, Virat Singh, who came in at number three, played in an excellent 42-run innings. On the other hand, Utkarsh Singh scored 50 runs off 52 balls. Which included seven fours and one six. But when Riyan Parag arrived, he left his own mark. Rishabh Das was dismissed for three runs and captain Saurabh Tiwari scored 13 runs. After this, all the responsibility fell on Riyan Parag.

Utkarsh Singh and Kumar Kushagra also scored a half century.

Riyan Parag had scored a century in the previous match, so his spirits were sky high. That is why as soon as he arrived he began to hit in a great way. He got the support of Kumar Kushagra. Riyan Parag played an excellent innings of 102 runs off 68 balls and included six fours and five excellent sixes. On the other hand, Kumar Kushagra also hit 53 runs off 47 balls. The team’s five wickets had fallen for 157 runs, but by the time the sixth strike came the team’s tally had reached 307 runs. Riyan Parag stayed in the crease until the end and came back undefeated. This is why East Zone have scored a grand score of 319 runs on the loss of seven wickets in the stipulated 50 overs.

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