This problem was documented in the following ddts CSCdi69406. Here are the bug details:
show ip access-list (list#) does not show numbered ACLs
show ip access-list and sh ip access-list (ACL#), sh access-list commands may fail to show numbered access-list. This is a cosmetic parser error, the numbered access-list is still configured and stored, it can be viewed with write term or show running-config.
So the way you have configured your router is correct, problem is cosmetic and fixed after 11.2 code.
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