Since the start of the Cricket World cup number of records have been made and registered in the history of golden words. Records such as most numbers of Runs, Wicket, and Highest Partnership have been constantly the talk of the town with fans praying and cheering for their favorite cricket superstars achieving world records.

Once again the highest trophy of Cricket will be claimed by one of the many teams participating in the tournament and only the mightiest of all will win the matches and take the dream trophy home.

Let’s take a look at some of the most interesting and popular records of cricket.

Highest Partnership by Wicket in the Cricket World Cup

The credit is held by the Sri Lankan Cricket Tigers Upul Tharanga and T Dilshan. On March 10th, 2011, during Sri Lanka Versus Zimbabwe, Tharanga and Dilshan played for the first wicket and smashed 282 runs jointly, increasing the excitement in the ground manifolds and stealing the show of the day.

For the second wicket Indian roaring tigers Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid made 318 runs during India Versus Sri Lanka on 26th May 1999.

For the third Wicket again India Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar and Mr. Dependable Rahul Dravid scored 237 runs during the India Versus Kenya 1999 Cricket World Cup.

Michael Clarke and Brad Hodge of Australia made 204 for the fourth wicket during Australia Versus Netherlands on 18th March 2007.

For the fifth Wicket, Roger Towse and Chris Cairns of New Zealand made 148 runs during New Zealand Versus Australia match on 20th May 1999.  

Highest Partnership by Runs in the Cricket World Cup

On November 8th during the Cricket World Cup, Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid scored tremendous 331 runs against New Zealand at a match Hyderabad Deccan ground.

The second highest run partnership is again from India where Bengal Tiger Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid batted for 318 runs during the 1999 World Cup at Taunton Ground against Sri Lanka.

Wu Tharanga and ST Jayasuriya are on the third spot with a striking partnership of 286 runs against England during the match at Leeds.

WU Tharanga and TM Dilshan are in fourth place with 282 runs against Zimbabwe on 10th March 2011.

M Azharuddin and A Jadeja are in fifth with 275 runs against Zimbabwe for the fourth wicket.

JAH Marshall and BB McCullum hold the sixth spot with 274 runs for the 1st wicket against Ireland.

GD Elliott and L Ronchi made 267 runs for the 6th wicket against Sri Lanka in a one-day International.

Aamer Sohail and Inzamam-ul-Haq totaled 263 runs together for the 2nd wicket against New Zealand.

Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar of India made 258 runs for the first wicket against Kenya.

These are not all and various players have set the record of the partnership by Runs and partnership by Wicket that the readers should go for and enhance their cricket knowledge.

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