Michael Hussey has recorded his 24th fifty in Limited-Overs Internationals - his first against Pakistan.
Hussey's 64 is his second half-century in the ICC Champions Trophy, his career-best being 67 against India at Centurion on September 28,2009.
Hussey has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the seventh time in ODIs - his first in his maiden appearance against Pakistan.
Australia, with their last-ball triumph, have become the third team after New Zealand (vs. Zimbabwe at Dhaka on October 24,1998) and South Africa (vs. West Indies at Colombo SSC on September 13, 2002) to accomplish the feat in the ICC Champions Trophy.
Misbah-ul-Haq's 41 off 53 balls is his second best innings in the ICC Champions Trophy - his best ever being the 47 against Sri Lanka at Colombo RPS on September 12, 2002.
Misbah-ul-Haq became the second batsman after Zimbabwe's Tatenda Taibu to be dismissed as hit-wicket in the ICC Champions Trophy.
Mitchell Johnson, with Shoaib Malik's wicket, has completed his 100 wickets (ave.25.22) in ODIs in 65 ODIs. The Australian record is held by Brett Lee for taking only 55 matches to 100 wickets.
Shoaib Malik, with 178 runs at an average of 59.33, is the leading run-scorer for Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy.
Kamran (44 off 63 balls) has posted his highest score in the ICC Champions Trophy.Following are the statistical highlights of the group B Champions Trophy match between Australia and Pakistan.