Pakistan are now the 7th team to win the ICC Champions Trophy © Getty Images and AFP
Pakistan are now the 7th team to win the ICC Champions Trophy © Getty Images and AFP

5 separate ICC titles for Pakistan: they have won the Test Championship mace, World Cup, World T20, Champions Trophy and Under-19 World Cup. India are the only other side to have done the quintuple.

180 run-win for Pakistan, their biggest margin against India in ODIs batting first. This is also the biggest by any team in an ICC ODI tournament final and 5th biggest in any ODI final.

15 sixes were hit in this final, the most in any Champions Trophy match. The previous best was 14, which happened during New Zealand versus USA match in 2004.

0 quicker fifties in an ICC ODI tournament final than Hardik Pandya’s 32-ball half-century. The previous record was in 33 balls by Adam Gilchrist in the 1999 World Cup final.

26 dismissals done by Pakistan in this tournament, the most for them in single edition of Champions Trophy and most by any team in this tournament as well.

13 wickets scalped by Hasan Ali, the joint-most in single edition of Champions Trophy along with Jerome Taylor in 2006.

2nd time team batting first won the final of Champions Trophy. Out of 8 finals the chasing sides have won 5 times (2002 was washed out). The other instance came in the 2013 final when India beat England.

113 sixes were hit in this Champions Trophy, the most in a single edition of the tournament and 10th most overall. The previous best was 92 sixes in 2009 Champions Trophy.

2nd-youngest cricketer to feature in an ICC tournament final — Shadab Khan at 18 years 257 days. Mohammad Aamer holds the record for any ICC tournament: he played the 2009 World T20 final at 17 years 69 days. This excludes Under-19 tournaments.

8th final for Yuvraj Singh in ICC tournaments, the most by any player in his career. He broke Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene’s joint-record of 7.

0 opening partnerships of 100 or above for Pakistan in an ICC tournament final before today. Azhar Ali and Fakhar Zaman added 128, the 2nd century partnership for first wicket in Champions Trophy final. The first was by Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar for 141 against New Zealand in 2000.

701 runs for Shikhar Dhawan in Champions Trophy, 3rd-most for a batsman after Chris Gayle (791) and Mahela Jayawardene (742). He also became the 1st batsman to win Golden Bat of the tournament twice.

4 consecutive defeats for India against Pakistan in ODI tournament finals. This is their worst streak of defeats in final against Pakistan. Moreover, this was the 11th ODI final meet between these two teams and Pakistan won their 8th out of them.

3rd instance of both openers from the same side crossing 50 in the final of an ICC ODI tournament: Azhar scored 59 and Zaman 114. The previous instances came in Champions Trophy 2000 (Ganguly and Tendulkar) and 1979 World Cup (Mike Brearley and Geoffrey Boycott).

1st century stand for opening wicket against India in any ODI final by Pakistan. This is also their biggest opening partnership against India in any ICC ODI tournament.

10 centuries have been scored in this Champions Trophy, the joint-most in single edition along with 2002.

0 Pakistani to score century in an ICC tournament final before today. Fakhar became the 1st batsman to achieve this feat. Fakhar also became the 6th to do this in a Champions Trophy final and the 4th opener, and the 10th Pakistani to hit a hundred in any ODI final.

1 run scored by Jasprit Bumrah, his first in international cricket. He took 40 matches to do this. He now holds the world record (in ODIs and across formats) for playing most matches without scoring a run. Krishmar Santokie comes closest with 12 international matches without a run. Santokie is also joint-2nd on the T20I list (with 12) along with Ish Sodhi.

70 runs conceded by Ravichandran Ashwin in his spell (10-0-70-0), the most by a spinner in an ICC ODI final. The previous worst was 61 by Brad Hogg in the 2003 World Cup. Additionally, that Ravindra Jadeja had figures of 8-0-67-0 today.

338 runs scored by Pakistan in this match, the 2nd-highest by a team in an ICC tournament final after Australia’s 359 against India in 2003 World Cup. This is also the 2nd-highest score by a team in Champions Trophy history after New Zealand’s 347 against USA in 2004 edition.

150 sixes for Shoaib Malik in international cricket. He became the 7th Pakistani cricketer to achieve this feat.