When India defeated Pakistan by 228 runs in the Asia Cup Super Fours match in Colombo on Monday, it was India's biggest win against Pakistan in One-Day Internationals by margin of runs.
- Overall, this is India's fourth biggest victory in ODIs in terms of runs. This is also the fourth biggest win in the Asia Cup in terms of runs.
- Pakistan suffered its second biggest defeat in ODIs in terms of runs.
- Pakistan's 128 is its third lowest total against India in 50 overs cricket.
- India's 356/2 in 50 overs is its highest-ever score in an One-Day International against Pakistan
- Virat Kohli became the fastest batter to score 13,000 runs in ODIs, breaking Sachin Tendulkar's record. Kohli took 267 innings to cross the landmark. Tendulkar took 321 innings to get there.
- K L Rahul and Kohli registered the highest partnership in the Asia Cup. Their 233 run stand bettered the previous record of 224 run set by Pakistan's Nasir Jamshed and Mohammad Hafeez which was set against India in 2012.
- Rahul and Kohli's stand is India's highest third wicket stand against Pakistan in ODIs and its second best for the third wicket overall in ODIs behind Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid's 237 run stand against Kenya in the 1999 World Cup match in Bristol.
- Kuldeep Yadav is the first Indian spinner after Tendulkar (5/50 at Kochi in 2005) to take a five-wicket haul in men's ODIs against Pakistan.
- Kuldeep took 5/25 in eight overs -- his second five-wicket haul in ODIs -- and the third best bowling figures by an Indian spinner against Pakistan.