World XI and Pakistan players ahead of 2nd T20I © AFP
World XI and Pakistan players ahead of 2nd T20I © AFP

2 wins for World XI in 7 matches across formats. They lost 4 (3 ODIs, 1 Test) games on the 2005-06 Australia tour, and the first game of the ongoing series-opener. This is also their maiden T20I triumph.

1 defeats in T20 Internationals for Pakistan at Lahore.

1 World XI cricketers to have played a T20I on Pakistan soil before the ongoing series: Tamim Iqbal.

1,702 T20I runs for Shoaib Malik, the most for Pakistan. With scores of 38 and 39, Malik went past Umar Akmal (1,690). He is currently on 1,702 runs.

8 T20I cricketers older than Paul Collingwood (41 years 110 days) in history. Ryan Campbell (44 years 34 days) leads the chart when he played for Hong Kong versus Zimbabwe.

10 Pakistani players debuted on their home soil in the series. Only Sarfraz Ahmed, Malik and Sohail Khan had played at home in the past.

2,377 days since Collingwood last played an international match, against Bangladesh in 2011.

75 players for Pakistan in T20Is now, Fahim Ashraf being the newest.

131 runs for Babar Azam in the ongoing tournament (86 and 45), the most for anyone.

1st batsman to score a T20I fifty for ICC World XI — Hashim Amla in the second match.

292 runs added by Ahmed Shehzad and Babar Azam in T20Is. They are 11th on the all-time Pakistan list. The pair was involved in a 122-run stand for the second wicket in the opening encounter.

1st 50-run stand for ICC World XI in T20Is came in the second match, between Thisara Perera and Amla.