Highest 4th Wicket Partnership in T20 World Cup

Twenty-twenty cricket is all about batting. Even after the loss of first three wickets the contest stays on. There have been numerous occasions when batting team lose its first three wickets too quickly yet the middle order fought back helping the batting team put a strong total on scoreboard. Since the inception of the ICC World T20 championship in the year 2007, four batting pairs have successfully put more than hundred-run stands four times in the history taking the team out of danger.

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Then we also have the instances of short yet useful half century partnerships for the fourth wicket in T20 cricket indicating the advantages of having a reliable and experienced middle order. In the case of India, the likes of Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina contributed well with the bat in those dire and tough situations when the team lost their first three wickets soon.

Highest 4th Wicket Partnership in T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

Eoin Morgan & A Hales
(England)

107

West Indies

Pallekele

27/09/2012

Shoaib Mallik and Younis Khan
(Pakistan)

101

Sri Lanka

Johannesburg

17/09/2007

K. Brian & A. Poynter
(Ireland)

101

Netherlands

Syllhet

21/03/2014

Paul Collingwood & Kevin Pietersen
(England)

100

Zimbabwe

Capetown

13/09/2007

B. Mendis & Kumar Sangakkara
(Sri Lanka)

94

Zimbabwe

Hambantota

18/09/2012

P Khadka & S Vesawkar
(Nepal)

85

Bangladesh

Chittagong

18/03/2014

Ahmed Shehzad & Shoaib Mallik
(Pakistan)

83

Bangladesh

Dhaka

30/03/2014

S Vesawkar & SP Khakurel
(Nepal)

76

Afghanistan

Chittagong

20/03/2014

AB de Villiers & Albie Morkel
(South Africa)

72

New Zealand

Bridgetown

06/05/2010

Asghar Stanikzai & Noor Ali Zardan
(Afghanistan)

68

India

Gros Islet

01/05/2010

Highest 4th Wicket Partnership in 2007 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

Shoaib Mallik and Younis Khan
(Pakistan)

101

Sri Lanka

Johannesburg

17/09/2007

Paul Collingwood & Kevin Pietersen
(England)

100

Zimbabwe

Capetown

13/09/2007

Mark Boucher & Justin Kemp
(South Africa)

65

New Zealand

Durban

19/09/2007

MS Dhoni & Yuvraj Singh
(India)

61

England

Durban

19/09/2007

Matt Prior & Owais Shah
(England)

55

South Africa

Cape Town

16/09/2007

Highest Fourth Wicket Partnership in 2009 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

Brad Haddin & David Warner
(Australia)

66

West Indies

The Oval

06/06/2009

Misbah-ul-Haq & Younis Khan
(Pakistan)

66

Sri Lanka

Lord’s

12/06/2009

JP Duminy & Jacques Kallis
(South Africa)

61

Pakistan

Nottingham

18/06/2009

D Bravo & Shivnarine Chanderpaul

56*

India

Lord’s

12/06/2009

Misbah-ul-Haq & Younis Khan
(Pakistan)

53

Netherlands

Lord’s

09/06/2009

Highest Fourth Wicket Partnership in 2010 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

AB de Villiers & Albie Morkel
(South Africa)

72

New Zealand

Bridgetown

06/05/2010

Asghar Stanikzai & Noor Ali Zardan
(Afghanistan)

68

India

Gros Islet

01/05/2010

Scott Styris & Ross Taylor

62

England

Gros Islet

10/05/2010

Angelo Mathews & Kumar Sangakkara

56

India

Gros Islet

11/05/2010

Kamran Akmal & Umar Akmal
(Pakistan)

51

South Africa

Gros Islet

10/05/2010

Highest Fourth Wicket Partnership in 2012 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

Eoin Morgan & A Hales
(England)

107

West Indies

Pallekele

27/09/2012

B. Mendis & Kumar Sangakkara
(Sri Lanka)

94

Zimbabwe

Hambantota

18/09/2012

Chris Gayle & Kierron Pollard
(West Indies)

65

Australia

Colombo

05/10/2012

Eoin Morgan & Samit Patel
(England)

55

Sri Lanka

Pallekele

01/10/2012

Angelo Mathews & BM Mendis
(Sri Lanka)

52

England

Pallekele

01/10/2012

Highest Fourth Wicket Partnership in 2014 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

K. Brian & A. Poynter
(Ireland)

101

Netherlands

Syllhet

21/03/2014

P Khadka & S Vesawkar
(Nepal)

85

Bangladesh

Chittagong

18/03/2014

Ahmed Shehzad & Shoaib Mallik
(Pakistan)

83

Bangladesh

Dhaka

30/03/2014

S Vesawkar & SP Khakurel
(Nepal)

76

Afghanistan

Chittagong

20/03/2014

Virat Kohli & Suresh Raina
(India)

66

Pakistan

Dhaka

21/03/2014

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Last Updated on: 23/07/2021

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