0 Bigger wins for Pakistan in ODIs than this 255-run victory. Their previous biggest biggest win was by 233 runs against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2000. This was their fourth win by 200 or more runs in ODIs.
1 Defeats bigger than this loss against Pakistan for Ireland in ODIs. They had lost by 290 runs to New Zealand in Aberdeen in 2008, which is also the biggest defeat by runs for any team in ODIs. Overall, this is the ninth largest defeat by runs in ODIs.
96 Previous lowest total for Ireland in ODIs at home, which was also against Pakistan in Belfast in 2011. The 82 all out is now their lowest total at home and second-lowest overall. This is the fourth time they were dismissed for under 100 and Pakistan are the only team to do it to them twice.
2 Higher scores by Pakistan batsmen in ODIs than Sharjeel Khan's 152 in this match. Saeed Anwar's 194 against India in Chennai in 1998 is the highest while Imran Nazir's 160 against Zimbabwe in 2007 World Cup comes second. Sharjeel's innings is the fourth-highest by any batsman against Ireland.
85 Balls in which Sharjeel completed his 150, which is the third-quickest in ODIs. The fastest 150 is in 64 balls by AB de Villiers in his innings of 162 not out against West Indies at the SCG in the 2015 World Cup and the only other quicker 150 than Sharjeel's is in 83 balls by Shane Watson during his unbeaten 185 against Bangladesh in Dhaka in April 2011.
3 Quicker ODI centuries for Pakistan than Sharjeel who took 61 balls to get there. All those three quicker centuries were by Shahid Afridi - in 37 balls against Sri Lanka in 1996, in 45 balls against India in 2005 and in 53 balls against Bangladesh in 2010. Click here for the fastest centuries in ODIs.
5/14 Imad Wasim's figures - the best by a Pakistan left-arm bowler. He bettered Wasim Akram's 5 for 15 which were the previous best by a Pakistan left-arm bowler in ODIs. Imad had taken seven wickets in his first six ODIs before this match and this was his maiden five-wicket haul.
0/222Umar Gul's figures in his last four ODIs, in 32 overs at an economy rate of 6.94. His last ODI was in April 2015 before making his comeback in this match and taking 3 for 23 in five overs.
1 Better bowling figures for Ireland against Full-Member teams, other than Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, in ODIs than Barry McCarthy's 4 for 62 in this match. Trent Johnson had taken 4 for 26 against England in Belfast in 2009.