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Brendon McCullum 1st New Zealander to feature in 300 and 100-run partnerships in same innings

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Brendon McCullum became the first New Zealand batsman to have been involved in a 300-run partnership and another 100-run partnership in the same innings. Abhishek Mukherjee provides a list of all other batsmen to have achieved this feat.

When BJ Watling had finally fallen to Mohammed Shami after the Test-saving partnership of 352 Indian supporters would have thought that they stood with a chance of victory. However, Brendon McCullum added another unbeaten 105 with James Neesham to a position where they have as good as saved the series.

In the process McCullum became the first New Zealand batsman to have been involved in a 300-run and a 100-run partnership in the same innings. So, who are the batsmen who have achieved the same? Let us have a look.

Main batsman

First partnership (with)

Second partnership (with)

Third partnership, if any, (with)

Against At

Season

Wilfred Rhodes

323

Jack Hobbs

102

George Gunn Australia MCG

1911-12

Len Hutton

382

Maurice Leyland

135

Wally Hammond

215

Joe Hardstaff jr Australia The Oval

1938

Garry Sobers

446

Conrad Hunte

188*

Clyde Walcott Pakistan Sabina Park

1957-58

Bill Lawry

382

Bobby Simpson

140

Bob Cowper West Indies Kensington Oval

1965

John Edrich

369

Ken Barrington

109

Peter Parfitt New Zealand Headingley

1965

Mark Taylor

329

Geoff Marsh

101

David Boon England Trent Bridge

1989

Graham Gooch

127

Mike Atherton

308

Allan Lamb

192

Robin Smith India Lord’s

1990

Allan Border

105

David Boon

332*

Steve Waugh England Headingley

1993

Herschelle Gibbs

127

Gary Kirsten

315*

Jacques Kallis New Zealand Christchurch

1998-99

VVS Laxman

117

Sourav Ganguly

376

Rahul Dravid Australia Eden Gardens

2000-01

Ricky Ponting

315

Darren Lehmann

171

Adam Gilchrist West Indies Queen’s Park Oval

2003

Graeme Smith

338

Herschelle Gibbs

100

Gary Kirsten England Edgbaston

2003

Sachin Tendulkar

363

VVS Laxman

101

Parthiv Patel Australia SCG

2003-04

Virender Sehwag

160

Aakash Chopra

336

Sachin Tendulkar Pakistan Multan

2003-04

Sachin Tendulkar

336

Virender Sehwag

110

Yuvraj Singh Pakistan Multan

2003-04

Marvan Atapattu

100

Sanath Jayasuriya

438

Kumar Sangakkara Zimbabwe Bulawayo

2004

Chris Gayle

331

Ramnaresh Sarwan

149

Shivnarine Chanderpaul South Africa St John’s

2005

Paul Collingwood

113

Ian Bell

310

Kevin Pietersen Australia Adelaide Oval

2006-07

Sourav Ganguly

300

Yuvraj Singh

178

Irfan Pathan Pakistan Chinnaswamy

2007-08

Mahela Jayawardene

138

Kumar Sangakkara

351

Prasanna Jayawardene India Motera

2009-10

Hashim Amla

340

Jacques Kallis

108

AB de Villiers India Nagpur

2009-10

Alastair Cook

188

Andrew Strauss

329*

Jonathan Trott Australia The Gabba

2010-11

Michael Clarke

288

Ricky Ponting

334*

Michael Hussey India SCG

2011-12

Hashim Amla

259

Graeme Smith

337*

Jacques Kallis England The Oval

2012

Brendon McCullum

352

BJ Watling

105*

James Neesham India Basin Reserve

2013-14

* denotes unbroken partnership

Hutton and Gooch are the only ones to be involved in a 300-run and two 100-run partnerships in the same innings

Sehwag and Tendulkar are the only ones to have achieved the feat in the same innings (against Pakistan, Multan 2003-04)

Sobers and Atapattu are the only ones to be involved in a 400-run and 100-run partnership in the same innings

Clarke and Amla are the only ones to be involved in a 300-run and a 200-run partnership in the same innings

(Abhishek Mukherjee is the Deputy Editor and Cricket Historian at CricketCountry. He blogs at http://ovshake.blogspot.in and can be followed on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/ovshake42)

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