India v Pakistan T20 head to head
Total matches = 8 = India won 7, Pak 1.
In India = 3 = India won 3, Pak 0.
In Pakistan = 0.
Neutral venues = 5 = India won 4, Pak 1.
T20 World cups = 5 = India won 5, Pak 0.
In Asia cup T20s = 1 = India won 1, Pak 0.
|India v Pakistan : T20 head to head : All match results.|
|8th India v Pakistan T20||India||6 wkts||Kolkata||19 Mar 2016|
|7th India v Pakistan T20||India||5 wkts||Dhaka||27 Feb 2016|
|6th India v Pakistan T20||India||7 wkts||Dhaka||21 Mar 2014|
|5th India v Pakistan T20||India||11 runs||Ahmedabad||28 Dec 2012|
|4th India v Pakistan T20||Pakistan||5 wkts||Bengaluru||25 Dec 2012|
|3rd India v Pakistan T20||India||8 wkts||Colombo||30 Sep 2012|
|2nd India v Pakistan T20||India||5 runs||Jo'burg||24 Sep 2007|
|1st India v Pakistan T20||Tie, India||3-0 Bowl out||Durban||14 Sep 2007|
First ever India v Pakistan T20 match
Was played at Kingsmead in Durban on 14 September 2007 which had ended as a tie as India managed 141/9 (Rohit Uthappa 50, MS Dhoni 33, Md Asif 4/18) and Pakistan 141/7 (Misbah 53, Irfan Pathan 2/20). These days, Super Over decides tied T20 matches but back then, ICC had one over bowl-out rule where bowlers from each side tried to hit the stumps. Indians had won that 3-0 with Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh and Robin Uthappa all hitting the stumps while Yasir Arafat, Umar Gul and Shahid Afridi missed.
Last India v Pakistan T20 match
was on 21 March 2014 at Dhaka during World T20 2014 which India won by 7 wickets. Pakistan 130/7 in 20 ovs (Umar Akmal 33, Ahmed Shehzad 22, Amit Mishra 2/22) vs India 131/3 in 18.3 ovs (Virat Kohli 36*, Suresh Raina 35*).
78 not out off 61 balls by Virat Kohli at Colombo on 30 September 2012 is highest individual score by a batsman in India v Pakistan T20 matches, followed by 75 by Gautam Gambhir, 72 by Yuvraj Singh and 61 by Mohammad Hafeez.
192/5 by India at Ahmedabad on 28 Dec 2012.
181/7 by Pakistan at Ahmedabad on 28 Dec 2012.
157/5 by India at Johannesburg on 24 Sep 2007.
83 allout by Pakistan at Dhaka on 27 February 2016, followed by 128 allout by Pakistan at Colombo on 30 September 2012 and 130/7 by Pakistan at Dhaka in 2014. India's lowest is 133/9 at Bengaluru in 2012.
Best bowling figures
Mohammad Asif's 4/18 and Umar Gul's 4/37 are only two 4 wicket hauls in India v Pakistan T20 Internationals. India's best is 3 for 8 by Hardik Pandya.