Riyan Parag created history, became the first player from North East to play for IND

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. Riyan Parag's name has been recorded in the history of Indian cricket. Riyan made his international debut through T20 against Zimbabwe. He has become the first cricketer from North East to play for India. He made his international debut in the first match of the series in Harare on Saturday. However, he flopped in the debut match. He was out after scoring just 2 runs off 3 balls. He was given the debut cap by his father. There are a lot of expectations from Riyan, who made a splash in IPL 2024 and domestic cricket.

Riyan Parag also played the Under 19 World Cup in 2018. He became the first cricketer from North East to play the Under 19 World Cup. Riyan's father Parag Das has played first class cricket for Assam. It was an emotional moment for him to make his son wear the debut cap. The father's dream came true. Riyan's father is very happy to see the dream he had a few years ago come true today.

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Riyan Parag scored more than 500 runs in IPL
Riyan Parag batted brilliantly in IPL 2024. On the basis of his excellent performance in IPL, he made a place in the national team. 22-year-old Riyan Parag scored 573 runs in 15 matches in the last IPL, which included 4 half-centuries. Riyan bats in an aggressive style.

Scored 510 runs in the Mushtaq Ali Trophy
Riyan Parag scored 510 runs in 10 matches in the 2023-24 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. During this, his average was 85. He scored 7 half-centuries in the Mushtaq Ali Trophy last season. He was the highest run scorer among uncapped players in the 17th season of IPL.

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