T20 World Cup: Highest 10th Wicket Partnership – Records and Statistics

Get complete information on the highest 10th wicket partnerships in the T20 World Cup that have made records and improved statistics.

When the batting legends do not perform at the beginning then the order of the players of the team are unable to keep up the harshness of the bowlers, especially in the T20 World Cup. But the last two wicket partnerships saved the game for the team. In case, if any crisis happens in the match, then the last two wickets were to save the team and make a good score or chase the target if the need arose.

The following are the names of the players who have the highest 10th wicket partnership runs in the T20 World Cups: 

  • S Benn and Miller – Scored 20 against Australia in 2010
  • J Dernbach and S Finn – Scored 20 against India in 2012
  • R Haq and JD Nel – Scored 18 against Pakistan in 2007
  • RP Singh and S Sreesanth – Scored 17 against New Zealand in 2007
  • Mohammad Asif and Saeed Ajmal – Scored 15 against England in 2010 
  • Hamid Hassan and Shapoor Zadran – Scored 15 against England in 2010
  • Misbah-ULl-Haq and Mohammad Asif – Scored 11 against India in 2007
  • Imran Tahir and L Tsotsobe – Scored 10 against Netherlands in 2014
  • Abdur Razzak and Syed Rasel – Scored 10 against South Africa in 2007
  • G Lamb and Raymond Price – Scored 10 against England in 2010

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Cricket is regarded as an unpredictable sport because it cannot be judged that the game is lost or won until it is done. The one such unpredictable factor is that the last wicket pair scores heavy runs. In 10th wicket partnerships in cricket, there have been numerous occasions in which the last wicket pair got together and scored valuable runs.

India won the inaugural World Cup in 2007. Cricket is the World’s second most popular spectator sport. There are only two occasions when the partnership has reached the twenty- run mark in the T20 World Cup partnership match. 

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