Highest 10th Wicket Partnership in T20 World Cup

It’s more or less a formality when batsmen come to bat for the 10th wicket. Either they come to bat with only a few balls to play or when the team loses a lot of its batsmen too soon. In World T20 championship, there are only two occasions when batting pairs successfully put more than 20-run stands for the last wicket. However, in both cases, the batting teams collapsed drastically and put a very nominal total (around 100-run) on scoreboard.

In 2007 World T20, Indian duo of RP Singh & S. Sreesanth, added useful and unbroken partnership of 17 runs when the team needed it most. On losing 9 wickets for just 163 runs, Sreesanth and RP Singh came out to bat with just 8 balls to spare. But they completely transformed the scorecard taking it to 180 at the end of 20 overs. These two batsmen amassed 17 runs in just 8 balls at a brilliant strike rate of 200 plus. In most occasions, tenth wicket stand couldn’t fetch more runs in any world T20 cup. A batting team has scored double digit runs only 12 times for the 10th wicket partnership in the history of T20 world cup since 2007.

Highest Last Wicket Partnership in T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

S Benn & N Miller
(West Indies)

20

Australia

Gros Islet

11/05/2010

J Dernbach & S Finn
(England)

20

India

Colombo

23/09/2012

R Haq & JD Nel
(Scotland)

18

Pakistan

Durban

12/09/2007

RP Singh & S Sreesanth
(India)

17*

New Zealand

Johannesburg

16/09/2007

Mohammad Asif &
Saeed Ajmal
(Pakistan)

15*

England

Bridgetown

06/05/2010

Hamid Hassan &
Shapoor Zadran
(Afghanistan)

15*

England

Bridgetown

05/05/2010

Misbah-Ul-Haq &
Mohammad Asif
(Pakistan)

11

India

Johannesburg

24/09/2007

Imran Tahir & L Tsotsobe
(South Africa)

10*

Netherlands

Chittagong

27/03/2014

Abdur Razzak & Syed Rasel
(Bangladesh)

10

South Africa

Cape Town

15/09/2007

G Lamb & Raymond Price
(Zimbabwe)

10

England

Colombo

04/05/2010

Highest 10th Wicket Partnership in 2007 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

R Haq & JD Nel
(Scotland)

18

Pakistan

Durban

12/09/2007

RP Singh & S Sreesanth
(India)

17*

New Zealand

Johannesburg

16/09/2007

Misbah-Ul-Haq &
Mohammad Asif
(Pakistan)

11

India

Johannesburg

24/09/2007

Abdur Razzak &
Syed Rasel
(Bangladesh)

10

South Africa

Cape Town

15/09/2007

Morne Morkel & M Ntini
(South Africa)

5*

India

Durban

20/09/2007

Highest 10th Wicket Partnership in 2009 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

W. McCallan & WB Rankin
(Ireland)

9*

Pakistan

The Oval

15/06/2009

I Butler & K Mills
(New Zealand)

8

Sri Lanka

Notingham

16/06/2009

Saeed Ajmal & Umar Gul
(Pakistan)

7*

Sri Lanka

Lord’s

12/06/2009

I Butler & Daniel Vettori
(New Zealand)

6

Pakistan

The Oval

13/06/2009

Nathan Bracken &
Mitchell Johnson
(Australia)

4*

Sri Lanka

Nottingham

08/06/2009

Highest 10th Wicket Partnership in 2010 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

S Benn & N Miller
(West Indies)

20

Australia

Gros Islet

11/05/2010

Mohammad Asif &
Saeed Ajmal
(Pakistan)

15*

England

Bridgetown

06/05/2010

Hamid Hassan &
Shapoor Zadran
(Afghanistan)

15*

England

Bridgetown

05/05/2010

G Lamb & Raymond Price
(Zimbabwe)

10

England

Colombo

04/05/2010

Abdur Razzak &
Mashrafe Mortaza
(Bangladesh)

8

Australia

Bridgetown

05/05/2010

Highest 10th Wicket Partnership in 2012 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

J Dernbach & S Finn
(England)

20

India

Colombo

23/09/2012

Gulbadin Naib &
Izatullah Dawlatzai
(Afghanistan)

10

England

Colombo

21/09/2012

X Doherty & Mitchell Starc
(Australia)

10

West Indies

Colombo

05/10/2012

C B Mpofu & BV Vitori
(Zimbabwe)

7

Sri Lanka

Hambantota

18/09/2012

Morne Morkel & Dale Steyn
(South Africa)

6

India

Colombo

02/10/2012

Highest Tenth Wicket Partnership in 2014 T20 World Cup

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

Imran Tahir & L Tsotsobe
(South Africa)

10*

Netherlands

Chittagong

27/03/2014

Haseeb Amjad &
Nadeem Ahmed
(HongKong)

7

Nepal

Chittagong

16/03/2014

Almin Hossain &
Nasir Hossain
(Bangladesh)

6

Hong Kong

Chittagong

20/03/2014

Ahsan Mallik &
T van der Gugten
(Netherlands)

5

South Africa

Chittagong

27/03/2014

Umar Gul & Zulfiqar Babar
(Pakistan)

4

West Indies

Dhaka

01/04/2014

 

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