Top 10 highest partnerships in T20s for any wicket

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Top 10 highest partnerships in T20s for any
wicket Do you know what the highest partnership record
in T20s is? Can you name the lucky pair, which is topping
the list? As of now, the number 10 position is held
by Michael Lumb and Alex Hales pair of England. The pair scored 143* runs for the 1st wicket,
against New Zealand in 2013 at Wellington. The number 9 position is currently held by
Tillakaratne Dilshan and Mahela Jayawardene pair of Sri Lanka. The pair scored 145 runs for the 2nd wicket,
against England in 2014 at Chittagong. The number 8 position is held by Chris Gayle
and Devon Smith pair of West Indies. The pair scored 145 runs for the 1st wicket,
against South Africa in 2007 at Johannesburg. The number 7 position is held by Chris Gayle
and Marlon Samuels pair of West Indies. The pair scored 152 runs for the 2nd wicket,
against South Africa in 2015 at Johannesburg. The number 6 position is held by Alex Hales
and Eoin Morgan pair of England. The pair scored 152 runs for the 3rd wicket,
against Sri Lanka in 2014 at Chittagong. The number 5 position is held by Alex Hales
and Ravi Bopara pair of England. The pair scored 159 runs for the 2nd wicket,
against West Indies in 2012 at Nottingham. The number 4 position is held by David Warner
and Glenn Maxwell pair of Australia. The pair scored 161 runs for the 4th wicket,
against South Africa in 2016 at Johannesburg. The number 3 position is held by Mahela Jayawardene
and Kumar Sangakkara pair of Sri Lanka. The pair scored 166 runs for the 2nd wicket,
against West Indies in 2010 at Bridgetown. The number 2 position is currently held by
Graeme Smith and Loots Bosman pair of South Africa. The pair scored 170 runs for the 1st wicket,
against England in 2009 at Centurion. And the number 1 position is currently held
by Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson pair of New Zealand. The pair scored 171* runs for the 1st wicket,
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4 Responses

  1. Hamza Khan

    September 17, 2016 4:25 pm

    shame on you pakistan is yet to play a single match against new zealand so how the hell did they get no.1 partnership

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  2. Axtrix Blade

    April 22, 2018 5:06 pm

    De Villers and Kohli both have over 200+ runs X2, Gilchrist and Marsh again 200+ runs
    I know you put international but you should put it in the title

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