India vs Pakistan Statistical Highlights:
# India's splendid triumph is their 50th over Pakistan in 125 matches (Lost 71 and no-result four) - winning % 41.32.
# India have defeated Pakistan for the first time in the ICC Champions Trophy. They had lost both their previous encounters to Pakistan - by three wickets at Edgbaston, Birmingham on September 19, 2004 and by 54 runs at Centurion on September 26, 2009.
# India became the first team to win three games in the present competition.# India have won five ODIs by eight wickets against Pakistan.
# India have won seven and lost three out of ten played in ODIs this year - winning % 70.00.
# Under Mahendra Singh Dhoni's captaincy, India have won 80 and lost 47 out of 138 ODIs played - Tied 3 and no-result 8 - winning % 62.69.
# For the second time, Pakistan have ended the ICC Champions Trophy tournament without winning a single game - the first instance being in the ICC knock-out in Dhaka in 1998-99.
# Pakistan have lost five successive games for the first time in the ICC Champions Trophy - between September 30, 2009 and June 15, 2013 - one each against Australia, New Zealand, West Indies, South Africa and India.
# Pakistan (165) have recorded their lowest total against India in ODIs in England, eclipsing the 180 at Old Trafford, Mancheser on June 8, 1999.
# Shikhar Dhawan's aggregate of 264 at an average of 132.00 is the highest by any batsman in just three games in a competition in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Dhawan is averaging 47.57 in ODIs - his aggregate being 333 runs in eight innings, including two hundreds and a fifty. In seven Indian wins, he is averaging 53.66 - his tally being 322 at a strike rate of 94.98.
# In the present competition, Dhawan has managed 114 vs South Africa; 102 not out vs West Indies and 48 vs Pakistan - his best sequence in ODIs.
# Ravindra Jadeja, with nine wickets at 10.77 runs apiece in three matches, is the top wicket-taker in the present competition. He has set an Indian record for most wickets in a tournament in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# In four matches vs Pakistan in ODIs, Jadeja has captured seven wickets at 19.00 runs apiece. Jadeja's economy rate of 3.50 is his lowest against any team in ODIs.
# Misbah-ul-Haq, with 173 runs at an average of 86.50, is the top run-scorer for Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
# Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2/19) has produced his best bowling performance against Pakistan in ODIs, bettering the two for 27 at Chennai on December 30, 2012. The said performance is his best in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Kumar has received his first Man of the Match award in ODIs.
# Nasir Jamshed's only fifty in his last ten innings in ODIs is 50 vs West Indies at The Oval on June 7, 2013.
# Kamran Akmal is averaging just 15.20 in the ICC Champions Trophy - his aggregate being 152 in ten innings, with 44 vs Australia at Centurion on September 30, 2009 as his highest score.
# Kamran's performance vs India is mediocre in ODIs, aggregating 422 in 24 innings, at an average of 20.09 - his only fifty being 51 at Dambulla on June 19, 2010.
# Asad Shafiq (41 off 57 balls) has recorded his highest score vs India in ODIs. The said innings is also his highest score in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Wahab Riaz's eighth duck in ODIs is his second vs India.
# Shoaib Malik is averaging 25.07 in the ICC Champions Trophy - his tally being 326 runs in fifteen games - his sequence of scores in his last five innings being 27, 2, 0, 8 & 17.
# Malik's average is 8.20 in fifteen games in England in ODIs - his aggregate being 123 - strike rate 47.12. His highest in fifteen innings in England is 24 vs England at Manchester on June 17, 2003.
# Ravichandran Ashwin (2/35) has produced his best bowling figures vs Pakistan in ODIs. The said performance is also his best in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Junaid Khan has recorded his third duck - his second in the present competition.
# Mohammad Irfan has registered his second duck in ODIs - both against India - his sequence of scores against India being 0, 0 not out and 0 - all in 2013.
# For the first time, an Indian opening pair (Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan) have recorded successive stands of 100-plus and a 50-plus in the ICC Champions Trophy - 127 vs South Africa at Cardiff; 101 vs West Indies at The Oval and 58 vs Pakistan at Birmingham.
# The 58-run stand is India's first fifty-plus partnership for the first wicket vs Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy. The said stand is India's first fifty-plus for the first wicket in eight innings vs Pakistan in ODIs.
# Rohit Sharma is averaging 45.00 in the present competition - 135 runs in three innings, including two fifties.