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Top 5 Highest Runs Partnership in T20 World Cups – {Batting Record}


ICC T20 World Cup is just less than 6 months away. So get to know about the latest T20 schedule updates from our site. It is one of the biggest tournaments of the year. 16 teams from all over the world are going to participate in it. Get to know various records of ICC international cricket from this page.

Highest Runs Partnership in T20 World Cups:

Here is the list of the players making the highest overall partnership runs record in the ICC T20 International Cricket.

Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma:

Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma have made the highest overall partnership runs record by making 1743 runs in 52 innings. They play from India and their highest partnership score is 160 with an average of 33.51. They are still a part of the ICC T20 World Cup since 2013.

Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma

 

Kyle Coetzer and George Munsey:

Kyle Coetzer and George Munsey made their highest partnership runs record by making 1348 runs in 34 innings. They represent Scotland in ICC international cricket. Their highest partnership runs are 200 with an average of 39.64. They are still playing since 2015.

Kyle Coetzer and George Munsey

 

Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson:

They both belong to New Zealand and are the best batsman on the team. They have made their partnership record by achieving 1310 runs in 27 innings. The highest record is 171 with an average of 50.38.

Kevin O’Brien and Paul Stirling:

Kevin O’Brien and Paul Stirling are the best batsmen on the Ireland team. They have made 1202 runs in 35 innings. Their best partnership record is 154 with an average of 34.34. They have been playing since 2010 and also a part of the Ireland team now.

David Warner and Shane Watson:

David Warner and Shane Watson are the best players in Australia. They have made a partnership record by achieving 1154 runs in 37 innings. Their best partnership record is 133 runs with an average of 31.18. Their T20 career span is from 2009 to 2016.


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