Aaron Finch and Darcy Short

Cricket Records: In T20 Internationals 3 biggest partnerships made by opening batsmen

Cricket Record: T20 International cricket was started in 2005. T20 cricket is thrilling as players try to hit big shots. The batsmen need to score at a fast pace.

Many big batsmen get out early due to pressure in a T20 match. Building a partnership in T20 cricket is very important. Any team needs a big partnership to score a big score.

The team which has good openers does not have any problems in the match. Every team needs openers scoring more runs in fewer balls. Openers lay the foundation for a big score, so we are going to talk about T3 International’s 3 biggest opening partnerships.

Hazratullah Zazai and Usman Ghani

Hazratullah Zazai and Usman Ghani

Hazratullah Zazai and Osman Ghani are important parts of the Afghanistan cricket team. Both are good opening batsmen. The two formed the largest opening partnership in T20 International cricket.

Afghanistan’s opening batsmen set this big record against Ireland at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium. The match was played on 23 February 2019.

In this match, both the openers had the longest opening partnership of 236 runs. Zazai had scored 162 in that innings and Usman scored 73 and Afghanistan scored a record 278 runs.

Aaron Finch and Darcy Short

Aaron Finch and Darcy Short

Aaron Finch and Darcy Short play cricket for the Australian team. The two openers had the second-largest opening partnership against Zimbabwe in a T20 match on 3 July 2018.

Australia’s openers had scored 223 runs for the first wicket. The match was played at the Harare Sports Club ground. The Australian batsmen were completely unsuccessful in stopping the Zimbabwean bowlers.

George Muncie and Kyle Kotzer

George Muncie and Kyle KotzerĀ 

George Muncie and Kyle Kotzer are part of the Scotland squad. In the T20 match against Netherland on 16 September 2019, both the openers formed a record-breaking partnership.

George and Kyle shared a 200-run partnership for the first wicket. It was the third-largest partnership of T20 International. The match was played on ‘The Village’ ground.