Hasan Raza of Pakistan was 14 years old when he played his first international cricket match.
The highest team score for Pakistan in a One Day International cricket match is 385-7, scored against Bangladesh on June 21, 2010. The innings included a top score of 124 by captain Shahid Afridi.
Pakistan's first One-Day International, and the fifth in cricket overall, took place on February 11, 1973 against New Zealand, who were also playing their first One-Day International match. New Zealand won the match by 22 runs.
The lowest score by Pakistan in a completed One Day International match against Zimbabwe is 147/3, a game which the Pakistan team won by six innings. The only match in which Pakistan's innings total was lower than this, was a match which finished with no result.
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November 15 to 20 in Test match against Pakistan in 1989
India's highest score in one day international is 414\7 which against Sri-Lanka in 2009.
He scored a hundred in his second oneday match in international cricket.