Riyan Parag broke his silence on the dispute with Harshal Patel, told the real reason for the altercation, also wrapped up Mohammad Siraj

Riyan Parag and Harshal Patel had a dispute in IPL. (IPL Photo)

There was a dispute between Riyan Parag and Harshal Patel in a match of IPL-2022 and it was discussed fiercely. Now Parag has broken his silence on this.

The team of Rajasthan Royals reached the final of the Indian Premier League (IPL) this time. This was the first time after 2008 that Rajasthan played an IPL final. Although this team under the captaincy of Sanju Samson could not win the final, but this team got everyone’s praise. This team showed a great game and was in discussion with its game throughout the season. A player from his team was also in the news a lot. Sometimes with his fielding and sometimes with his aggressive attitude on the field. these are players Riyan Parag (Ryan Parag). Riyan Parag took the maximum number of catches this season, but more than that, there was a dispute between him and Royal Challengers Bangalore fast bowler Harshal Patel. Parag has now broken his silence regarding this.

This dispute is about the match played between Bangalore and Rajasthan on 26 April. After the end of Rajasthan’s innings, there was a dispute between Parag and Harshal Patel. Both of them were seen arguing with each other. The video of this incident had gone viral. In this match, Parag had beaten Harshal fiercely.

this was the whole controversy

Parag said in a video posted on Instagram by Cricfit regarding this controversy, “Last year in 2021 when we were playing with RCB in Mumbai, he got me out. I was going back quietly then he handed me He gestured that let’s go. I went to the hotel and saw that. He remained in my mind. When I hit him in the last over too, I didn’t say anything from my mouth. I also gestured with my hand. Neither did I say anything with my mouth, nor did I abuse her. That’s all it had happened. Then the one who called me later was not by Harshal but by Mohammad Siraj. Siraj called me and said, Oye, come here. Have a child, live like a child.

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Parag had scored a half-century

Parag had scored a brilliant half-century in this match. He played an innings of 56 not out off 31 balls. In this innings, he hit three fours and four sixes. Patel had bowled the last over and Parag took 18 runs in this over. This innings of Parag came very little for Rajasthan and the team was successful in scoring 144 runs. Bangalore team lost this match. Bangalore could score only 115 runs in reply to the target of 145 runs. Rajasthan won the match by 29 runs.