Moeen at No. 7, and England's fastest innings against Pakistan
1938 The last time before Moeen Ali that a batsman made a hundred at The Oval batting at No. 7, when Joe Hardstaff (jnr) made 169 not out in the 1938 Ashes. Ali's was just the fourth hundred by a No. 7 batsman in Tests at the Oval.
71.00 Ali's batting average in this series - the highest for any batsman with an aggregate of 200-plus runs, when batting at No. 7 or lower in a series. The previous highest was Ian Botham's average of 70.66 in the 1978 series against Pakistan. Botham made 212 runs from three innings in that series.
6 Centuries by England's No. 6 and No. 7 in Tests this year - the most by a team in a calendar year, including two from Ali, including today. Bairstow has made three hundreds while Ben Stokes hit a mammoth 258 batting at No. 6 in Cape Town in January this year. England's No. 6 and No. 7 have made 1828 runs at an average of 76.16, including an innings of 7 by Steve Finn against Sri Lanka at Lord's earlier this year.
97.16 Ali's batting average at No. 7 in Tests - the highest by far for any batsman with at least 500 runs in that position - he has made 583 runs with three hundreds and two fifties at No.7. It is also the highest he averages in any batting position. Elsewhere in the order, Moeen averages 23.97, with 839 runs from 39 innings.
5/68 Sohail Khan's bowling figures in this innings - his best in Tests and only his second five-for in Tests. Khan has taken 12 wickets in his last three innings at an average of 22.91. In his first four innings in Tests, he had taken just one wicket for 245 runs.
4.27 England's scoring rate in their first innings - their highest in a total of 300 or more runs against Pakistan in Tests. This is also the seventh-highest run-rate in an innings of 300 or more runs in Tests against Pakistan.
1213 Runs scored by England's sixth-wicket stand in Tests this year - already the second highest by that wicket for any team in a calendar year. West Indies' sixth wicket made 1223 runs in 1984 at an average of 67.94 with five century stands and four fifty stands. Including the 93-run stand between Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali in this innings, England have had nine fifty-plus stands in just 15 innings for the sixth wicket this year.
879 Runs by Jonny Bairstow batting at No. 6 or lower in Tests this year - already the fourth-highest by any batsman in a calendar year when batting at No. 6 or lower. The 55 in this innings was Bairstow's sixth fifty-plus score in 14 innings, including three hundreds this year. He averages 79.90 in 2016.
5.57 Scoring rate of the partnership between Ali and Chris Woakes - the third highest in any stand of 50 or more runs for England in Tests against Pakistan. The 105-run unbeaten stand between Alastair Cook and Joe Root in England's second innings at Old Trafford tops this list at a scoring rate of 7.41.
51 Wickets taken by Wahab Riaz in Tests. James Vince's wicket was his 50th. He becomes the fifth Pakistan left-arm pacer to take 50 or more wickets in this format. Wahab though, averages the worst among them having conceded 34.92 run per wicket.
Shiva Jayaraman is a senior sub-editor (stats) at ESPNcricinfo.com. @shiva_cricinfo.