Manoj Tiwary scored 328 runs at an average of 109.33 in the Vijay Hazare Trophy last season. He scored 179 runs at an average of 179 in the Deodhar Trophy. In this way, he scored a total of 507 runs in the domestic one-day sessions. This is the biggest score in the domestic season of India under List-A’s average. Before that the score was 400 runs.
Despite this, the selectors did not pick him in India ‘A’ or India ‘B’ team for a quadrangular tournament against Australia ‘A’ and South Africa ‘A’. Tiwary has represented India in 12 ODIs and 3 T20 matches.
After this, disappointed Manoj tweeted, “How many such batsmen have been in the history of the Indian cricket team, whose victory has been an average of more than 100 in the Hazare and Deodhar Trophy and that too in the same year?”
Manoj said, ‘I have realized that your work done for the team is not recognized. People only want to see numbers on the score sheet, but forget about what kind of pitch we played and what was the result of the match?