| Updated at: 1313 PST, Friday, November 19, 2010|
GUANGZHOU, China: Pakistan created history Friday in crushing Bangladesh by 10 wickets to win the first-ever Asian Games women's cricket tournament here on Friday.
It was Pakistan's first gold in Guangzhou.
Captain Sana Mir invited Bangladesh to bat first after winning the toss and her players dismissed them for 92 runs in the allotted 20 overs.
For Bangladesh, Salma Khatoon scored 27 and Romana made 17 while for Pakistan, Nida Rashid captured three and Sana Mir took two wickets.
Earlier, Japan defeated hosts China by seven wickets to win bronze medal.