Highest 10th Wicket Partnership in T20 International

The player at the number 11 position in the playing 11 of the cricket team is usually a bowler and it would be unfair to keep expectations from him for big runs in case of a team’s top order, middle order, the lower middle order has already failed. But yes, there are some moments where the 10th wicket supported their partner very well and helped them to achieve the victory and have made some partnerships. The highest 10th wicket partnership in the T20 International is 39 runs scored by Mohammad Adnan and Usman Ali against Qatar at Al Amerat on 21 Jan 2019.

The highest 10th wicket partnership in T20I for India is unbeaten 17 runs and it was made by Sreesanth and RP Singh against New Zealand at Johannesburg on 16 Sep 2007. Afterward, India has never been able to make more than 15 runs for the 10th wicket in T20I. For England, Ravi Bopara and Danny Briggs made unbeaten 24 runs for the 10th wicket against Australia at Hobart on 29 Jan 2014. Keemo Paul and Oshane Thomas was the player who made unbeaten 22 runs for the 10th wicket partnership for West Indies against New Zealand at Mount Maunganui on 29 Nov 2020. Nasir Hossain and Rubel Hossain contributed unbeaten 16 runs as the highest 10th wicket partnership in T20I for Bangladesh. For Sri Lanka, Lasith Malinga and Nuwan Pradeep added unbeaten 16 runs for the 10th wicket against Australia at Adelaide on 27 Oct 2019.

Highest Tenth Wicket Partnership in T20 International

Here is a list of the Highest 10th Wicket Partnership in T20 International

Batsmen (Team)

Runs

Against

Venue

Date

Mohammad Adnan and Usman Ali (Saudi Arabia)

38

Qatar

Al Amerat

21 Jan 2019

Tim Southee and Seth Rance (New Zealand)

36

Sri Lanka

Pallekele

6 Sep 2019

Wahab Riaz and Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan)

31*

New Zealand

Auckland

26 Dec 2010

Muhammad Kashif and Ilyas Ahmed

29*

Nepal

Singapore

27 Jul 2019

George Dockrell and Boyd Rankin (Ireland)

29*

Netherlands

Dubai (DSC)

1 Nov 2019

Ahsan Malik and PA van Meekeren (Netherlands)

29

Hong Kong

Dubai (DSC)

18 Jan 2017

Donald Tiripano and Chris Mpofu (Zimbabawe)

29

Netherlands

Rotterdam

23 Jun 2019

Jacob Oram and Jeetan Patel (New Zealand)

28

Australia

Perth

11 Dec 2007

Derrick Brangman and Sinclair Smith (Bermuda)

27*

Namibia

ICCA 2 Dubai

23 Oct 2019

Norman Vanua and Pipi Raho (P.N.G)

26*

Ireland

Townsville

7 Feb 2016

Mohammad Saifuddin and Rubel Hossain (Bangladesh)

25*

South Africa

Bloemfontein

26 Oct 2017

Ravi Bopara and Danny Briggs (England)

24*

Australia

Hobart

29 Jan 2014

Kyle Jamieson and Trent Boult (New Zealand)

24

Australia

Wellington

5 Mar 2021

Fareed Ahmad and Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan)

23*

West Indies

Lucknow

14 Nov 2019

 


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