Stats highlights from the first one-day international between India and Pakistan in Guwahati.
India's five-wicket win was only their seventh in home ODIs against Pakistan. In 22 games they have lost 15.
In the 19 overs between the 14th and the 32nd, Pakistan scored just 57, a run-rate of three, while they didn't manage a single boundary in 128 deliveries. In those 19 overs in the Indian innings, 87 runs were added.
Mohmmad Yousuf became the eighth Pakistan batsman to reach 1000 ODI runs against India. His tally stands at 1080. Javed Miandad, Saleem Malik, Ijaz Ahmed, Saeed Anwar, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Shahid Afridi and Shoaib Malik are the others in the 1000-run club. Yousuf has now scored nine half-centuries against India, and averages 36 from 35 matches.
This was Sachin Tendulkar's 403rd ODI, which equals Sanath Jayasuriya's record for most number of one-day internationals played. Inzamam-ul-Haq is third with 378 games.
The 105-run stand between Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh was the eighth century partnership for the fourth wicket by India against Pakistan in ODIs.
Dhoni's 63 was his third 50-plus score as captain. Among captains who have also kept wicket, only four - Andy Flower, Alec Stewart, Adam Gilchrist and Tatenda Taibu - have scored 50-plus runs more often.
Dhoni also became the first wicketkeeper - and the 15th batsman - to score 2500 ODI runs for India. It was his 19th 50-plus score as an Indian wicketkeeper, which is a record. Dravid had 18.