• Inzamam-ul-Haq is only the third batsman to be dismissed obstructing the field in ODIs. Rameez Raja was the first, against England at Karachi in 1987-88. He suffered the agony of being dismissed on 99, when he hit the ball with his bat to avoid being run out while attempting a second run to complete his hundred off the final ball of the match. Mohinder Amarnath was the second, when he kicked the ball away from the bowler to prevent being run out, against Sri Lanka at Ahmedabad in 1989-90.

  • When Sachin Tendulkar reached 91, he became the first batsman to go past the 14,000-run mark in ODIs. Click here for the list of highest run-getters in ODIs.

  • India's total of 328 is the highest at Peshawar, beating the previous best of 296 for 4 by England against Sri Lanka in the1987 World Cup.

  • The partnership of 151 between Salman Butt and Shoaib Malik is the highest for the second-wicket at Peshawar, going past the earlier record of 94 between Sachin Tendulkar and Irfan Pathan in the same match.

  • Salman Butt is another Pakistan batsman who relishes the Indian bowling, having scored all his three ODI centuries against them. His average against India stands at 63.42. However, he has been found wanting against other teams, averaging just 24.94.

    Kanishkaa Balachandran is editorial assistant of Cricinfo. For some stats he was helped by Arun Gopalakrishnan