- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Mehra b Shehzad Altaf01112000.00c †Imtiaz Abbasi b Azhar Saeed471061601044.33c & b Dukanwala4580896056.25c & b Azhar Saeed3647553076.59c Zarawani b Dukanwala26192930136.84c Saeed-al-Saffar b Zarawani881010100.00c Mohammad Ishaq b Dukanwala1281701150.00st †Imtiaz Abbasi b Dukanwala35100060.00b Dukanwala661100100.00not out24100050.00not out1480025.00Extras30 (b 4, lb 15, w 11)TOTAL216/9 (50 Overs, RR: 4.32)Fall of wickets: 1-3 (NE Clarke), 2-77 (GJAF Aponso), 3-148 (TBM de Leede), 4-153 (PE Cantrell), 5-168 (SW Lubbers), 6-200 (KJJ van Noortwijk), 7-200 (RP Lefebvre), 8-209 (B Zuiderent), 9-210 (MMC Schewe)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRrun out32821012039.02c Zuiderent b Lubbers84687976123.52c Clarke b Lefebvre16141430114.28not out2945692064.44not out5155628092.72Extras8 (lb 7, w 1)TOTAL220/3 (44.2 Overs, RR: 4.96)Fall of wickets: 1-117 (Saleem Raza), 2-135 (Mazhar Hussain), 3-138 (Azhar Saeed)
- Match was originally scheduled to be a day/night match.
- SF Dukanwala 10-0-29-5, 7th best bowling for any team in World Cup matches, best ever bowling by an ICC Associate player in official ODIs (previous best: 4-21 by EA Brandes, ZIM v ENG at Albury 18/03/1992), 1st 5-wicket-haul for UAE, 4th best ever ODI bowling in Pakistan (best ever by a non- Pakistani), best bowling by any player in Lahore.
- Saleem Raza 84, highest score for UAE in ODIs.
- Mohammad Ishaq 51, 3rd highest ever score for UAE in ODIs, brought up his 50 with the winning runs.
- 1st ever win by the United Arab Emerites in official ODIs, 5th win by an ICC Associate in official ODIs.
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