- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Wasim Akram b Abdul Qadir75808293.75b Imran Khan921346068.65b Wasim Akram50640178.12b Wasim Akram03000.00b Imran Khan8810100.00run out101010100.00b Wasim Akram120050.00not out02000.00Extras9 (lb 6, nb 1, w 2)TOTAL245/7 (50 Overs, RR: 4.9)Fall of wickets: 1-117 (Kris Srikkanth), 2-216 (Dilip Vengsarkar), 3-216 (Kirti Azad), 4-229 (Kapil Dev), 5-242 (Chetan Sharma), 6-245 (Ravi Shastri), 7-245 (Sunil Gavaskar)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRlbw b Sharma5221022.72b Madan Lal36534067.92b Maninder Singh10150066.66not out11611433101.75run out21370056.75c sub b Kapil Dev34391187.17b Madan Lal7100070.00c Shastri b Sharma450080.00run out340075.00b Sharma01000.00not out1100100.00Extras11 (lb 11)TOTAL248/9 (50 Overs, RR: 4.96)Fall of wickets: 1-9 (Mudassar Nazar), 2-39 (Ramiz Raja), 3-61 (Mohsin Khan), 4-110 (Saleem Malik), 5-181 (Abdul Qadir), 6-209 (Imran Khan), 7-215 (Manzoor Elahi), 8-236 (Wasim Akram), 9-241 (Zulqarnain)
Player Of The Match
Player Of The Series
- Pakistan needed four runs to win the match off the last ball, Javed Miandad hit a six of Chetan Sharma to win.
The shot that rang out around the world
This is the moment that fans from both countries recall whenever the two teams meet in one-day cricket: four required by Pakistan from the last ball of the final of the AustralAsia Cup, and Miandad swinging Chetan Sharma over the ropes
On April 18, 1986 - a hot day in Sharjah - Miandad batted out of his skin to win Pakistan the Austral-Asia Cup