The stats say that Pakistan have never ever managed to defeat India in an ICC tournament, be it a 50-over one or T20s. India and Pakistan have squared off 11 times in the World Cups and the latter could not get the better of the former even once.
Pakistan held a strong record against India at the Eden Gardens. Pakistan played four matches at the iconic venue and won all of them before this ICC World T20 2016 match. But that record too was shattered after a ridiculously-majestic innings from chase-king Virat Kohli.
After Pakistan's defeat to India, reports suggest that their captain Shahid Afridi will be sacked after the completion of the ICC World T20 2016. The only way he can save some grace is by winning the tournament, which looks a little too difficult for them right now.
"There is clear discontent in the Board about Afridi and his performances and captaincy and even if he decides against retiring after the World T20, the Board will not retain him as captain any longer and even his days as a player are ending now," a source close to PCB was quoted as saying by the Press Trust of India.
"The Board is also privately not happy with the media statements of Afridi and believe it is time to move on."
According to another source close to the development, PCB will not show any mercy even if Pakistan wins the ICC World T20 2016. PCB is also going to remove the current selection panel headed by Haroon Rashid.
"No matter whether Pakistan reaches the semi-finals or even wins the title the selection committee headed by Haroon Rasheed is on its way out," another source told PTI.
Pakistan's coach Waqar Younis is also unlikely to get an extension to his contract
"Initially the plan was to extend Waqar's contract till the England tour but now this seems unlikely and there is discussion going on about having a foreign coach or a local one," the source added.