While most fans were quick to congratulate the pair on helping India draw the Sydney Test, Supriyo was not impressed by Vihari's effort and made his displeasure known in a tweet.
Ashwin and Vihari pulled off a memorable draw for India on day five of the third Test against Australia.
Australia 'A' gave a better account of themselves on an eased out third day track, despite being reduced to 25/ 3, ending on 305/4 riding on Ben McDermott and Jack Wildermuth's unbeaten centuries.
India extended their lead to 472 after finishing the second day of the second warm-up game against Australia 'A' at 386 for four.
Vihari is one of the two centrally contracted India players (the other being Cheteshwar Pujara) not part of the IPL this year after being overlooked by the eight franchises.
Vihari's dismissal at the stroke of tea triggered an Indian collapse on the opening day of the second Test against the Kiwis.
Ajinkya Rahane (18) was the only other Indian batsmen to register double digit score as the tourists struggled to 263 in their first innings against New Zealand XI.