ISLAMABAD - Pakistan got off to a flying start in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Under-25 Twenty20 Cup match by crushing India by 150 runs in the opening match at the Fuvahmulah cricket ground, Bhutan on Wednesday. Man of the match Awais Zia was the architect of the Pakistan victory who scored 85 runs off 32 deliveries. Awais did not allow Indian bowlers to settle down and played some delightful shots. Nasir Jamshed made 48, Ramiz Aziz 38 of 14 balls, skipper Umer Amin 30 of 14 balls and Anwer Ali 26 of 15 as Pakistan piled up a gigantic total of 275 runs for the loss of nine wickets in allotted 20 overs. For India, Anish DV got 4 for 64 while Manjunath took 3 for 32 runs. Chasing a huge total of 276 runs for victory in 20 overs Indians were bundled out for a partly 125 runs in 18.3 overs. Darshan 13 and Nishnth 14 were the only notable Indian batsmen who could reach double figures. Talha (3/20) and Raza Hassan (3/33) bowled superbly while Asad Ali (2/19) and Anwer Ali (1/20) also bowled well. While talking to this scribe from Bhutan, Pakistan team coach-cum manager Sabih Azhar said: I am delighted with the teams performance as the boys played really well and we have crossed the first hurdle with utmost ease. I am sure the boys will not relax but remove their weaknesses despite winning the match comfortably to divert our attention towards the next game. I will try my best to prepare the boys for the next game to win this cup for our nation as they are praying day and night for our success in every sporting field, he concluded.