Pakistan continued to plunder a hapless Zimbabwe side as their batsmen had an absolute party in the fourth ODI in the five-match series.
Batting first on an absolute belter of a track, the opening combination got off to a rapid start and at no point looked like breaking a sweat as they sent the hosts on an almighty leather hunt.
Such was the extent of their domination that records seemingly fell by the wayside as both openers, Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq raced past the highest opening stand ever in ODIs. The duo put up a 304-run partnership for the first wicket when eventually Imam perished.
However, Fakhar was in no mood to relent and he kept punishing the bowlers and set history when he became the first Pakistani batsman to smoke 200 runs in an ODI innings. He peeled out 210 runs in a mere 156 balls to get the record and then boast of it in the end.
The hosts need 400 runs to win the match.
We take a look at all the records which were tossed by the wayside this innings.
1 - Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq registered the highest opening stand in ODIs
4 - Fakhar's score of 210* is the fourth highest in ODI history, and is behind India's Rohit Sharma, Virender Sehwag, and West Indies' Chris Gayle.
28 - Most number of boundaries plundered by Pakistani batsman and was done by Fakhar.
148 - The number of balls taken by Fakhar to score his double century and is the fourth quickest in the history of the game.
194 - The record which was broken by Fakhar Zaman. He cruised past Saeed Anwar's record of 194, a record which was standing for 21 years now.
304 - The highest opening partnership in ODIs - they overtook Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga's partnership of 286
399 - Highest total by Pakistan in ODIs and it is also the most number of runs made by any team for the loss of only one wicket
980 - Fakhar's runs in his ODI career so far. If he scores 20 more runs, he will become the fastest man in ODI history to get 1,000 runs in ODIs.