Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar and The Wall Rahul Dravid are very high in world cricket. Both of them have brought Team India to new heights on their batting. Both have made great partnerships towards India after a lot of time.
If we talk of India's biggest partnership in ODI cricket, then this record is also the name of these two great batsmen. These two legendary batsmen made the record for the world's largest partnership on the very day that day ie November 8, 1999. However, West Indies explosive batsman Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels had broken this record in February 2015, with a 372-run partnership against Zimbabwe.
Sachin and Dravid broke the record of Ganguly-Dravid with a 331-run partnership for the second wicket in the match played against Hyderabad in Hyderabad. Earlier, the biggest partnership record was former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly-Rahul Dravid. Who shared 318 runs in England in May, 1999 against Sri Lanka.
This record of Sachin and Dravid is also safe after 18 years, while Team India is touching new heights in world cricket at this time.
In this match against New Zealand, Sachin Tendulkar scored 186 runs in his ODI career best innings. However, he later made his ODI debut against South Africa in the first double century. Sachin faced 150 balls in his innings and hit 20 fours and three sixes.
Indian captain Rahul Dravid also scored 153 runs in 153 balls. In it, he had 15 boundaries and two sixes. Thanks to this partnership, India first scored 376 runs in two 50 overs. In reply, the Kiwi team could only score 202 runs in 33.1 overs. India made their name in this match with 174 runs. The ICC has also mentioned Sachin-Dravid's record on Twitter.Image Copyright: Google/wikipedia