Statistical highlights of the first Twenty20 International between India and Pakistan.
# Bhuvneshwar Kumar: This debutant has recorded an economy rate of 2.25 -- the best by an Indian bowler on T20I debut. Kumar and West Indian, Garey Mathurin are two bowlers to register an economy rate of 2.25 on T20I debut in four overs. Mathurin had figures of were 4-0-9-3 on his debut against England at The Oval on September 25, 2011.
# Kumar's figures of 4-0-9-3 are the best by an Indian fast bowler on debut in a T20I. His figures are the second best by an Indian bowler on debut. Against Bangladesh, Pragyan Ojha had figures of 4 for 21 at Nottingham on June 6, 2009.
# Mohammad Hafeez: The Pakistan captain's match-winning 61 off 44 balls is his first fifty as captain in T20Is -- his third half-century in T20Is.
# The innings is Hafeez's second highest in T20Is, behindthe 71 off 48 balls against Zimbabwe at Harare on September16, 2011.
# Pakistan have won all three games when Hafeez has posted fifties in T20Is.
# Hafeez's outstanding innings is the highest individual innings by a Pakistani player against India in T20Is.
# Hafeez was named the Man of the Match -- his fifth MOM in T20Is.
# Shoaib Malik and Hafeez added 106 for the fourth wicket -- Pakistan's highest for this wicket-position as well as their highest for any wicket against India in T20Is.# The 106-run stand is the fourth highest for any wicket for Pakistan in T20Is.
# Shoaib Malik (57 not out off 50 balls) has registered his third half-century in T20Is -- his excellent innings is his highest score in T20Is.
# Malik's first two fifties in T20Is are 57 against SriLanka on September 17, 2007 and 52 not out against Australia on September 18, 2007 -- both at Johannesburg. Since posting 58 against Australia in the Hobart Test in January 2010, Malik has registered his first fifty in 41 innings in international cricket.
# Two fifties in the same innings have been recorded for Pakistan for the first time against India in T20Is.