Viv Richards and Michael Holding hold the record of Highest 10th Wicket Partnerships in ODIs, 106* Runs
Viv Richards and Michael Holding hold the record of Highest 10th Wicket Partnerships in ODIs, 106* Runs

In a match against England in May, 1984, West Indies was 9 down on 166 runs when Michael Holding came for batting with Viv Richards. They both batted till allowed 55 overs and took the score from 166/9 to 272 for 9, created a world record of Highest 10th Wicket Partnerships in ODIs of 106* Runs.

Highest 10th Wicket Partnerships in ODIs-score
Highest 10th Wicket Partnerships in ODIs-score

Richards recorded the then highest score of 189* and Holding came back with 12 not out on 27 balls. West Indies won this match by 104 runs.

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