Bangladesh v Pakistan, World T20 2016, Group 2, Kolkata March 16, 2016

Explosive Afridi collects another T20 crown

Key numbers from the Pakistan-Bangladesh T20I where Shahid Afridi's 19-ball 49 powered his team to a massive win

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201 Pakistan's total, their second-highest in T20Is and their highest in the World T20. The score was Pakistan's second total of 200 or more and both have come against Bangladesh. They had scored 203 for 5 in Karachi in 2007-08. Four of Pakistan's top five T20I totals have come against Bangladesh (three) and Zimbabwe (one).

55 Pakistan's margin of victory, their second-highest in the World T20. Their only bigger victory, in terms of runs, was against Netherlands at Lord's in 2009, by 82 runs. Overall, it was their sixth-biggest win in T20Is when batting first.

95 Runs added by Ahmed Shehzad and Mohammad Hafeez for the second wicket, the highest for Pakistan in the World T20 and sixth-highest for any wicket in the tournament. The partnership was also the third-highest stand for any wicket in T20Is between Bangladesh and Pakistan.

11 Man-of-the-Match awards for Shahid Afridi in T20Is, which is already the most by a player. Afridi is also the only player to have got 10 or more such awards. This was his fourth such award in the World T20, the joint second-most by a player. Afridi scored a 19-ball 49 and then took 2 for 2. With his second wicket, Afridi became the second-highest wicket-taker in World T20 history.

257.89 Afridi's strike rate during his explosive innings of 49 off 19, which is the eighth-highest in T20Is by a batsman who has faced 15 or more balls. However, for innings of 19 or more balls, Afridi's strike-rate is the second highest. He missed scoring the fastest T20I fifty for Pakistan, which is held by Umar Akmal, but became the second Pakistan batsman to aggregate 500 runs in World T20 matches, after Kamran Akmal. His strike rate of 155.86 is the highest for any batsman who has faced 200 or more balls in the World T20.

40 Number of sixes for Afridi in International matches in India, the most by a visiting batsman here. He went past AB de Villiers, who had hit 39 sixes. Both Afridi and de Villiers have played the same number of innings (37). With the whole World T20 to be played in India, the record may change hands often.

55 Runs scored by Pakistan in the Powerplay, which is their most in eight T20Is this year and the second-highest in 21 T20Is since the last World T20. They had made 71 against Zimbabwe in Lahore in May 2015.

2 Half-centuries for Mohammad Hafeez in T20Is this year. He had made 61 against New Zealand in Auckland in Pakistan's first T20I this year before making 64 in this match. Incidentally, he had not scored any fifty in the last two calendar years - 2014 and 2015. He had averaged only 13 in 14 innings in those two years compared to his 22.12 in eight innings in 2016.

2 Scores of fifty or more for Shehzad in World T20 matches against Bangladesh. He had made an unbeaten 111 in the last World T20, in Dhaka, and scored 52 in this match. Chris Gayle is the only other player to have made more such scores against one particular team in the World T20: four against Australia in five innings. However, Shehzad's average of 163 is the highest for a batsman against a team in the World T20.

2 Number of players who have completed the double of 1000 or more runs and 50 or more wickets in T20Is. Shakib Al Hasan became the second to do so in this match, after completing 1000 runs. Shakib scored an unbeaten 50, his sixth half-century in T20Is and his fourth in a losing cause.

Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath