927 – Following the twin barriers of COVID-19 and the seeming indifference of their board, Sri Lanka women made their long-awaited return to bilateral cricket. Their last bilateral series ended in Australia on 9 Oct 2019, an interval of 927 days.
2006 – This was the first match Sri Lanka women had played in Pakistan since facing India in the Asia Cup final at the National Stadium, Karachi in 2006.
5 – Pakistan’s victory brought an end to Sri Lanka women’s longest wining streak in the format, a run of five matches from the end of the 2020 T20 World Cup until the end of the 2022 Commonwealth Games Qualifier.
3 – Tuba Hassan became the first Pakistan woman to take three wickets on T20I debut:
- 3-8 Tuba Hassan v SL, 2022
- 2-9 Sadia Yousuf v NZ, 2010
- 2-10 Nida Dar v SL, 2010
60 – Anam Amin (3-21) is now Pakistan women’s third highest T20I wicket taker, overtaking Sadia Yousuf:
- 103 Nida Dar (103 innings)
- 89 Sana Mir (105 innings)
- 60 Anam Amin (58 innings)
- 57 Sadia Yousuf (50 innings)
2 – Tuba and Anam’s efforts made this the first instance of two Pakistan women’s bowlers taking three wickets in the same T20I innings.
51 – Bismah Maroof and Nida Dar’s partnership was Pakistan women’s second highest 4th wicket stand in a T20I run chase.
20 – Dar became the first Pakistani woman to hit twenty sixes in T20Is.
50 – Oshadi Ranasinghe (2-20) took her 59th international wicket (18 ODI, 32 T20I)
Stats derived from ESPNcricinfo statsguru.