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PAKISTAN 579/3d(155.3 OVERS)1ST INNINGS WEST INDIES 357(123.5 OVERS)1ST INNINGS PAKISTAN 123(31.5 OVERS)2ND INNINGS
Scorer: Chandan Duorah | Commentator: Deivarayan Muthu
Previous most overs played by West Indies in the 4th inns of a Test, at Eden Gardens in 1978-79. They have batted more overs than that it in this inns.
Last time a West Indies batsman scored century in the 4th inns of an away Test - Chanderpaul at Old Trafford. This is Bravo's first 4th inns century.
No. of times Bravo had scored 50 or more in both inns of a Test, before this match. He scored 87 in the first inns and another fifty in this inns.
Bravo's average in the 4th innings of Tests, before this match - his best in any innings.
No. of times Amir took more than 2 wickets in an innings since his return, before this inns. He has taken three wkts so far in this 4th inns.
No. of better bowling figures by a visiting bowler in Asia, than Bishoo's 8 for 49. The previous best was Klusener's 8 for 64 at Eden Gardens in 1996-97.
No. of bowlers to reach 100 Test wickets in fewer matches than Yasir Shah's 17 - Lohmann got there in 16 Tests. Turner, Barnes and Grimmett also took 17 Tests.
Bravo's average in Tests in Asia, before this match - his best in any continent. 4 of his 7 Test 100s have come in the subcontinent in 25 innings.
Samuels' average in last 2 away tours - to SL & Aus - in 9 inns. His highest score was only 19 in those inns. He has got to a fifty in the first inns of this tour.
No. of Pakistan batsmen to score triple-centuries in Tests, including Azhar Ali. Hanif Mohammad (337), Inzamam (329) and Younis (313) are the others.
West Indies batsman Darren Bravo says he was less focused on playing for a win or a draw and more driven to stay at the crease, believing either result was possible as long as he kept batting
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has said that dew played a role in reducing the effectiveness of his bowling attack during the day-night Test in Dubai
West Indies captain Jason Holder said that the reprieves given to Azhar Ali in the first innings and the large number of extras conceded by the side were factors in their 56-run defeat to Pakista
Pakistan's bowlers held their nerve to seize a 56-run win over West Indies after an intense, attritional fifth day in Dubai, in which Darren Bravo led his side's plucky fight
Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur said his batsmen had given West Indies legspinner Devendra Bishoo "eight soft wickets" during their second-innings collapse on the fourth day of the day-night Test