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Cup of facts: Pakistan

Pakistan have played 653 one-day internationals, won 349, lost 283 and tied 6, while 15 games were abandoned.

cricket Updated: Mar 11, 2007 16:25 IST

Pakistan have played 653 one-day internationals, won 349, lost 283 and tied 6, while 15 games were abandoned.

In the World Cups, they have played 53 matches, won 29, lost 22 and 2 games were abandoned.

They have the dubious distinction of scoring the lowest-ever total in a final of the tournament — 132 against Australia at Lord’s in 1999.

They won the 1992 World Cup in Melbourne, beating England by 22 runs.

Their worst performance was in the 2003 edition of the tournament, when they played 6 matches, won 2, lost 3 and abandoned 1 game.

They reached the semifinals in three successive editions — 1979, 1983 and 1987, losing to West Indies twice, in 1979 and 1983, and once to Australia, in 1987.