Top 10 All-time Highest Partnerships in ODI’s for any wicket

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While the big bull Chris Gayle scored a One day double smashing 215 off 147balls demolishing zimbabwe, Samuels on the other hand supported him well at the other hand to create a world record. Samuels also scored a ton and a history was recorded with the highest partnership ever for any wickets in ODI’s. Also Rahul Dravid making it twice into the list just shows how valuable and solid batsman he was for so many years for India. To all those who snubbed him as a test player, Dravid has been involved in a 300+ runs stand twice in ODI’s, still holds the record of 2nd fastest fifty in ODI’s and has over 10,000runs at an average of 40. And a 300 run stand that too in the 90’s where a target of even 250+ was a big deal is itself a commendable feat. The same applies to the Pakistani legends too Inzamam and Sohail who stitched a magnificent stand of 263runs as back as 24yrs ago. Azharuddin & Jadeja’s 275run stand in 1998 was also a big feat then. It also showed how great and dependable middle order we had for years.

  1. Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels (WI)– 372 runs vs Zimbabwe on 24th Feb 2015 at Canberra
  2. Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid(IND)– 331runs vs New Zealand on on 8th Nov 1999 at Hyderabad
  3. Saurav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid(IND)-318runs vs Sri Lanka at Taunton on 26th May 1999
  4. Upul Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya(SL)-286runs vs England at Leeds on 1st July 2006
  5. David Warner and Travis Head(AUS)– 284runs vs Pakistan at Adelaide on 26th Jan 2017
  6. Quinton De Kock and Hashim Amla(SA)– 282runs vs Bangladesh at Kimberley on 15th Oct 2017
  7. Azharuddin and Jadeja(IND)-275 vs Zimbabwe at Cuttack on 9th April 1998
  8. James Marshall and Brendon Mccullum(NZ)-272runs vs Ireland at Abderdeen on 1st July 2008
  9. Grant Elliott and Luke Ronchi(NZ)-267runs vs Sri Lanka at Dunedin on 23rd Jan 2015
  10. Aamir Sohail and Inzamam-Ul-Haq(PAK)-263runs vs New Zealand at Sharjah on 20th April 1994




Haineel Shah


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