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First ODI – West Indies vs Pakistan

Hammad Azam, Junaid Khan and Mohammad Salman made their one day debut for Pakistan in this game. They became the 180th, 181st and 182nd cricketers to represent Pakistan one day games. They also became the 42nd, 43rd and 44th Pakistan cricketers to make their one day debut against West Indies.

Mohammad Salman became the 16th wicket keeper batsman to make one day debut for Pakistan and fifth wicket keeper batsman to make his one day debut against West Indies. The other four are – Taslim Arif at Karachi on 21.11.80: Ashraf Ali at Sialkot on 05.12.80: Zulqarnain at Rawalpindi on 04.12.85 and Moin Khan at Multan on 13.11.90. Mohamad Salman became the first Pakistan wicket keeper batsman to make his one day debut against West Indies in West Indies.

MN Samuels has returned to one day game after a gap of three years and seven days. He last played for West Indies against Sri Lanka at Gros Islet on 15.04.08. He served the ban of two years imposed by ICC for match fixing allegations in 2008 in which he was found guilty of receiving money or benefit or other reward that could bring him or the game of cricket into disrepute.

MN Samuels was playing his 100th innings in this game. He became the 17th West Indian batsman to play 100 plus innings. He would like to forget this innings in a hurry as he was dismissd run out after scoring three runs.

DM Bravo and MS Samuels were dismissed run out in this game providing the 446th and 447th occasion of a West Indian batsman run out in one day games against various oppositions.
 

DM Bravo was dismissed run out for 67 in this game providing the 37th occasion of a West Indian batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in one day games against various oppositions.

DM Bravo and MS Samuels were dismissed run out in this game providing the 59th and 60th occasion of a West Indian batsman run out in one day games against Pakistan.

DM Bravo was dismissed run out for 67 in this game providing the fifth occasion of a West Indian batsman dismissed run out against Pakistan after scoring a fifty in one day games against various oppositions. The other four occasions are – MD Marhall for 66 at Gujranwala on 04.11.86: 53 by PJ Dujon at Sharjah on 21.10.91: PA Wallace for 79 at Dhaka on 29.10.99 and SL Campbell for 69 at Toronto on 16.09.99.

DM Bravo's 67 in this game represent the 130th occasion of a West Indian batsman scoring a fifty against Pakistan in one day games. This knock also represents DM Bravo’s fourth fifty in one day games. The other three occasions are – 79 vs Sri Lanka at Col-SSC on 06.02.11 : 74 vs Canada at Kingston on 13.04.10 and 73 vs South Africa at Delhi on 24.02.11.

DM Bravo was run out for the second occasion in his one day career when he was run out for 67 in this game. He was dismissed for 8 against Sri Lanka at Col-SSC on 31.01.11.

Mohammad Hafeez {54}, Asad Shafiq {61 not out} and Misbah-ul-Huq {73 not out} scored fifties in this game providing the 57th occasion of three or more Pakistan batsman scoring fifties in an one day innings against various oppositions and ninth such occasion against West Indies.

Mohammad Hafeez {54}, Asad Shafiq {61 not out} and Misbah-ul-Huq {73 not out} scored fifties in this game providing the 125th, 126th and 127th occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring fifties against West Indies in one day games.

Mohamamd Hafeez's 54 in this game provide the 40th occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman registering a fifty against West Indies in one day games. This knock represents Mohammad Hafeez's second fifty as an opening batsman against West Indies. He had scored 61 not out at Dhaka – exactly a month aga – 23.03.11.

Mohammad Hafeez's 54 in this game represent his tenth fifty of his one day career. Misbah-ul-Huq's 73 not out in this game represent his 15th fifty of his one day career  and Asad Shafiq’s 61 not represent his third fifty of his one day career.

Mohammad Hafeez's 54 in this game represent his third fifty against West Indies. Misbah-ul-Huq's 73 not out in this game represent his third fifty against West Indies and Asad Shafiq's 61 not represent his first fifty against West Indies.

Asad Shafiq and Mohammad Hafeez added 134 runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the 209th occasion of a century stand by Pakistan batsmen in one day games. This stand represents 49th occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in one day games.

Asad Shafiq and Mohammad Hafeez added 134 runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the 23rd occasion of a century stand by Pakistan batsmen against West Indies in one day games. This stand represents eighth occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket against West Indies in one day games.

Saeed Ajmal captured his 50th wicket when he dismissed LMP Simmons caught by wicket keeper Mohammad Salman in this game. He became the 24th Pakistan bowler to capture 50 plus wickets in one day games.

Pakistan's win by eight wickets in this game represent its 50th victory against West Indies. The head to head count between the two teams at the end of this game read thus – Played – 116: Won by Pakistan – 50: Won by West Indies – 64 and Tied games - 02.

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