The 21-year-old youth created a T20 storm in Ranji Trophy, hitting 68 runs in 14 balls at a strike rate of 278.


Riyan Parag played another blistering innings in Ramji Trophy
Created a storm on the field against Hyderabad

new Delhi. The competition has increased a lot to make a place in the Indian cricket team at this time. In domestic cricket, youngsters are trying to impress the selectors by performing one by one. In the recent Ranji Trophy, a youth from Assam has shown a wonderful game. In the match being played against Hyderabad, 21-year-old Riyan Parag converted firstclass into T20 by batting at a strike rate of 278.

Ryan, playing for Assam, scored a fiery half-century against Hyderabad in the Ranji Trophy match on Wednesday. On the second day of the match which started from December 27, this batsman played a stormy inning of 78 runs in just 28 balls. He had started this innings slowly, but after that he hit a fast-paced fifty while collecting very strong shots. Due to this innings, the team managed to take an edge over Hyderabad.

Parag’s fiery innings

Coming out to bat at number four, Ryan played a fiery inning of 78 off 28 balls. Scored a total of 8 fours and 6 sixes during this innings. Only with the help of fours and sixes, this 21-year-old youth hit 68 runs. He scored 68 runs in 14 balls with the help of 8 fours (32 runs) and 6 sixes (36 runs). Ryan completed his half-century on 19 balls and took the team’s score beyond 100 runs.

Ryan’s blast in domestic cricket

In the last few matches, Ryan has shown tremendous bat power. In the Ranji Trophy against Saurashtra, he scored 76 in the first innings and 95 in the second innings. Earlier, during the Vijay Hazare Trophy, he scored an inning of 174 runs in 116 balls with 12 fours and 12 sixes against Jammu and Kashmir.

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