India vs Pakistan Asia cup Record & Stats From 1984

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Fans across world have been enthralled for decades by fierce cricket rivalry between India and Pakistan. The Asia Cup, a tournament that brings together some of best teams in region has been a battleground for these two cricketing giants.

Since 1984, when they first clashed in an Asia Cup encounter, India and Pakistan have faced each other numerous times. From thrilling ODIs to gripping T20 matches their encounters have produced unforgettable moments engraved into cricketing history.

List of India vs Pakistan Asia Cup Record From 1984 to 2022

Date Winner Won by Format Venue
4, Sep 2022 Pakistan 5 wickets T20 Dubai
28, Aug 2022 India 5 wickets T20 Dubai
23, Sep 2018 India 9 wickets ODI Dubai
19, Sep 2018 India 8 wickets ODI Dubai
27, Feb 2016 India 5 wickets T20 Mirpur
2, Mar 2014 Pakistan 1 wickets ODI Mirpur
18, Mar 2012 India 6 wickets ODI Mirpur
19, Jun 2010 India 3 wickets ODI Danbulla
2, Jul 2008 Pakistan 8 wickets ODI Karachi
26, Jun 2008 India 6 wickets ODI Karachi
25, Jul 2004 Pakistan 59 runs ODI Colombo
3, Jun 2000 Pakistan 44 runs ODI Dhaka
20, Jul 1997 No Result ODI Colombo
7, Apr 1995 Pakistan 97 runs ODI Sharjah
31, Oct 1988 India 4 wickets ODI Dhaka
13, Apr 1984 India 54 runs ODI Sharjah

In recent years both teams have showcased their competitiveness with back-and-forth victories against each other. Let’s delve into some key matches from 2018 to 2022:

  • September 4th, 2022: In a T20 match held in Dubai, Pakistan emerged victorious by five wickets. India had managed to give a good target of 181 but Indian bowlers failed to limit the Pakistani batsmen and they had easily chased the target.
  • August 28th, 2022: Another T20 clash took place in Dubai where India managed to secure victory by five wickets. In order to lead India to nail-biting victory over Pakistan with two balls remaining, Hardik Pandya broke game up with both bat and ball. He was able to grab 3 wickets by bowling quickly and viciously. The all-around player limited Pakistan to score of 147 after bowling with venom to score 33 of 17 quickly in challenging conditions.
  • September 23rd, 2018: During an ODI match hosted in Dubai as part of the Super Four stage of the tournament; India dominated with a nine-wicket win over Pakistan. The trio of Dhawan, Rohit and Bumrah hammer Pakistan a nine-wicket loss. Before their openers drove them home, Pakistan was restricted to 237 for 7 by India’s shrewd bowling effort. And Dhawan and Rohit brilliantly struck 114 and 111*runs respectively, to secure a straightforward victory.
  • September 19th, 2018 : In another ODI showdown during the Super Four stage, India displayed dominance again defeating Pakistan by eight wickets. Before their batsmen easily completed chase, Indian bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kedar Jadhav managed to dismiss Pakistan for 162. After a stretch of disappointing performances, the bowlers came back with complete display that exposed Pakistan’s rarely used middle order and its inexperience batting through 50-over innings by attempting huge shots whenever they were trapped down.

These recent encounters highlight the closely contested battles between these arch-rivals. However, it is worth noting that over time there has been relatively equal success for both sides.

When considering all editions of the Asia Cup up until now (from 1984 to present), here are some overall statistics of Ind vs Pak Asia Cup head to head:

India vs Pakistan Asia Cup Head to Head Stats Overall

Format Head to Head ODI Head to Head T20I
Matches Played 13 3
India Won 7 2
Pakistan Won 5 1

These India vs Pakistan Asia cup records and figures show competitive nature of rivalry with both teams having tasted success over years. Each and every encounter become opportunity for players to showcase skills while carrying weight of expectations from millions of fans.

The India vs Pakistan clashes in the Asia Cup have always been eagerly anticipated events that transcend cricketing boundaries. They represent not only contest between two teams but also embody historical, cultural and political significance.

Regardless of individual outcomes or head-to-head records, it is this spirit of competition that makes every India-Pakistan match a spectacle worth watching.

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