Pakistan’s Highest Total Scored in Asia Cup ODI

Pakistan’s Highest Total Scored in Asia Cup ODI – The Asia Cup is a highly anticipated multi-nation cricket tournament that brings together some of the best cricketing nations from Asia. The tournament features matches played in both Twenty-20 (T20) and One-Day (50-over) formats, with the formats alternating in each edition.

Pakistan is among the top teams that participate in Asia Cup Tournament, and the team has had some outstanding performances over the years. In this article, we highlight Pakistan’s highest totals scored in the Asia Cup (50-over) format, Highest Totals Scored By Pakistan In Asia Cup.

Highest Totals Scored By Pakistan In Asia Cup History

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Pakistan’s Highest Total Scored in Asia Cup ODI

Here are the Highest Totals Scored By Pakistan In Asia Cup History.

YearAgainstTotal RunsVenue
2010Bangladesh385Dambulla, Sri Lanka
2004Hong Kong343Colombo, Sri Lanka
2014Bangladesh327Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur
2012India329Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur
2000Bangladesh320Dhaka
1997Bangladesh319R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
2008India308National Stadium, Karachi
2004India300Colombo, Sri Lanka
2008India299National Stadium, Karachi
2000India295Dhaka

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385 Runs Against Bangladesh in Asia Cup 2010

Pakistan’s highest total score in Asia Cup ODI was against Bangladesh in the 2010 edition of the tournament, played at Dambulla, Sri Lanka. After winning the toss, Pakistan chose to bat first and had a remarkable performance with the bat.

Shahid Afridi top-scored with a stunning 124 runs off just 60 balls, while Imran Farhat contributed a brilliant 66 runs off 77 balls. The Pakistan team finished their innings with an impressive total of 385 runs, the highest total scored by Pakistan in the Asia Cup.

Pak vs Ban Scorecard Asia Cup 2010

Pakistan Batting

BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Imran Farhat b Shakib Al Hasan6677996285.71
Shahzaib Hasan lbw b Abdur Razzak50385762131.57
Umar Amin run out (Shafiul Islam/Mahmudullah)2224293091.66
Asad Shafiq st †Mushfiqur Rahim b Shakib Al Hasan1719202089.47
Umar Akmal b Shafiul Islam5057754087.71
Shahid Afridi (c)c Sohrawordi Shuvo b Shafiul Islam1246075174206.66
Kamran Akmal †c Tamim Iqbal b Shafiul Islam23161920143.75
Abdul Razzaq not out2191112233.33
Abdur Rehman not out11500100.00

Bangladesh Bowling

BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Mashrafe Mortaza504709.40157200
Shafiul Islam1009539.502312330
Abdur Razzak1004814.80333100
Sohrawordi Shuvo806508.12125111
Mahmudullah705207.42186200
Shakib Al Hasan1007327.30208110

343 Runs Against Hong Kong in Asia Cup 2004

In the 2004 Asia Cup match held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Pakistan faced Hong Kong. Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first. The team’s batting lineup saw two batters score centuries, with Younis Khan scoring 144 runs off 122 balls and Shoaib Malik scoring 118 runs off 110 balls. The two centuries helped Pakistan reach a total of 343 runs in their 50 overs, which remains one of Pakistan’s highest totals in the Asia Cup.

326 Runs Against Bangladesh in Asia Cup 2014

The Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, witnessed a thrilling match between Pakistan and Bangladesh during the 2014 Asia Cup. Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat first, scoring a massive 326 runs. Pakistan had a daunting task ahead of them, chasing 327 in 50 overs. However, they managed to chase the target down, scoring 329 runs with five wickets in hand and only one ball remaining. Ahmed Shehzad was the top scorer for Pakistan, smashing 103 runs off 123 balls.

329 Runs Against India in Asia Cup 2012

Pakistan’s 2012 Asia Cup match against India is another notable match where Pakistan scored a high total. The match was held at the Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, and Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat. Nasir Jamshed scored 112 runs off 104 balls, while Mohammad Hafeez contributed 105 runs off 113 balls. The Pakistani team put up a total of 329 runs on the board. However, the Indian team chased the target with six wickets and 13 balls remaining.

320 Runs Against Bangladesh in Asia Cup 2000

Pakistan’s impressive performance in the 2002 Asia Cup match against Bangladesh in Dhaka makes it to the next spot on the list. Pakistan won the toss and chose to bat first, eventually posting a massive total of 320 runs at the loss of three wickets in 50 overs. The opening duo of Imran Nazir and Mohammad Yousuf scored 80 runs each, setting the foundation for Pakistan’s imposing total.

320 Runs Against Bangladesh in Asia Cup 1997

In the final of the Asia Cup 1997, Pakistan faced Bangladesh in Colombo, Sri Lanka. After winning the toss, Pakistan chose to bat first and set a target of 320 runs on the board. Saeed Anwar was the top scorer for Pakistan with 90 runs off 94 balls, while Inzamam-ul-Haq scored a fantastic 77 runs off 68 balls. Pakistan finished their innings at 319 runs for the loss of five wickets.

308 Runs Against India in Asia Cup 2008

The next match on the list of Pakistan’s highest totals in the Asia Cup is from the 2008 edition when they faced India. After winning the toss, India chose to bat first and scored 308 runs in their 50 overs. In response, Pakistan chased the 309-run target with ease, with Younis Khan leading the way with a magnificent knock of 123 runs off 117 balls. Pakistan won the match in the 46th over.

300 Runs Against India in Asia Cup 2004

The Pakistan cricket team has had several outstanding performances in the Asia Cup, and one of them includes Pakistan’s highest total score in the Asia Cup 2004. In the 2004 Asia Cup match against India held in Colombo, Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat first.

The team’s batting was exceptional as Shoaib Malik contributed 143 runs off 127. The two centuries helped Pakistan post a massive total of 343 runs in their 50 overs. Pakistan managed to defend the total, securing a victory with a 59-run margin.

299 Runs Against India in Asia Cup 2008

In Karachi on June 26, 2008, Pakistan faced their arch-rivals India. After winning the toss, they decided to bat first and scored 299 runs. Shoaib Malik’s fantastic innings of 125 runs off 119 balls, along with Younis Khan’s 59 runs, helped Pakistan set a substantial target of 300 runs for India. However, the Indian team chased the target in the 43rd over with six wickets in hand.

295 Runs Against India in Asia Cup 2000

During the 2000 Asia Cup match against India in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Pakistan scored a total of 295 runs. After winning the toss, Pakistan decided to bat first, with Mohammad Yousuf leading the way by scoring an impressive 100 runs off 112 balls. The Pakistani bowlers then held their ground and defended the total, ultimately securing a 44-run victory over India.

What is the highest total ever scored by Pakistan in an Asia Cup ODI?

Pakistan’s highest total in an Asia Cup ODI is 385 runs, which they scored against Bangladesh in 2010.

How many times has Pakistan scored over 300 runs in an Asia Cup match?

Pakistan has scored over 300 runs in an Asia Cup match eight times.

Who holds the record for the highest individual score for Pakistan in an Asia Cup ODI?

Shoaib Malik holds the record for the highest individual score for Pakistan in an Asia Cup ODI. He scored 143 runs off 127 balls against India in 2004.

What is the largest victory margin for Pakistan in an Asia Cup match?

Pakistan’s largest victory margin in an Asia Cup match is 244 runs, which they achieved against Hong Kong in 2004.

How many times has Pakistan won the Asia Cup tournament?

Pakistan has won the Asia Cup tournament two times, in 2000 and 2012.

Who was the highest run-scorer for Pakistan in the 2012 Asia Cup tournament?

Nasir Jamshed was the highest run-scorer for Pakistan in the 2012 Asia Cup tournament, scoring a total of 203 runs in five matches.

What is the lowest total ever scored by Pakistan in an Asia Cup match?

Pakistan’s lowest total in an Asia Cup match is 87 runs, which they scored against Sri Lanka in 1986.

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