Pakistan crash to their biggest World Cup defeat

A tale of Pakistan's (low) World Cup totals (1:09)

Some of Pakistan's lowest totals in the history of the tournament (1:09)

218- Margin of defeat for Pakistan in terms of balls remaining in their Word Cup opener against West Indies. This is their biggest defeat in World Cup history. In fact, in ODI cricket, they have suffered only one bigger defeat, which also came against West Indies, in Cape Town in 1993.

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105- Pakistan's total, which is their second lowest in World Cups. Their lowest was 74 against England in 1992 World Cup. However, Pakistan shook that off and went on to lift the trophy in 1992, despite getting bowled out for 74 once and losing by 10 wickets in their first match against West Indies.

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1996- The last time, before Friday, West Indies had bowled out an opposition among the first eight full-member teams for a score of 105 or fewer. They had bundled out Sri Lanka for 102 in Brisbane in the Benson & Hedges World Series in 1996.

7- Wickets lost by Pakistan batsmen to short or short-of-a-good length deliveries. They scored 55 off 68 such balls. Of the 130 balls bowled by the West Indies bowlers, 68 were short or short-of-a-good length, which is 52% of the total balls delivered. Jason Holder (3 wickets), Andre Russell (2), Sheldon Cottrell (1) and Oshane Thomas (1) picked up the seven wickets with such deliveries. Thomas picked three more wickets by hitting other lengths.

11- Number of consecutive defeats for Pakistan in completed ODIs. They lost four ODIs to England, five to Australia and one to South Africa before heading into the World Cup. This is their longest losing streak in ODIs. The previous worst was 10 losses in a row between October 1987 and March 1988.

40- Sixes for Chris Gayle in the World Cup - the most among all batsmen. He was tied with AB de Villiers on 37 sixes at the start of this game. Gayle had hit 26 sixes in the 2015 World Cup.

6- Number of consecutive fifty-plus scores for Gayle in ODIs with his 50 in this match. It is the joint second-longest streak in the history of ODIs. Only Javed Miandad's nine 50-plus scores in a row in 1987 is longer. In his last six innings, Gayle has scored 547 runs and has hit 47 sixes.