10-1 England's win-loss record against Pakistan in their last 11 ODIs. Their only loss in this sequence was in Abu Dhabi last year. Since then, they have won five in a row against Pakistan.
4 Consecutive fifties for Joe Root in ODIs. Before his 89 in this match, he had scored 65, 93 and 61 in the last three ODIs. This was his third consecutive fifty against Pakistan. He has aggregated 672 runs in ODIs this year - the second-most by any batsman.
12 Innings without a fifty for Eoin Morgan before making 68 in this game. His last fifty had also came against Pakistan - 76 in Abu Dhabi last year.
1 Run accumulated by Pakistan's top three batsmen in this match - lowest for any team against England. The previous lowest was three runs by Sri Lanka's top three in Johannesburg in the 2009 Champions Trophy.
2011 Last time England's opening bowlers both took three or more wickets in an ODI innings - against Australia in Hobart. Mark Wood took 3 for 46 and Chris Woakes took 3 for 42 in this game. The last time England achieved such a feat at home was also against Pakistan, at The Oval in 2010. This was overall the tenth such instance for England.
1/25 Wood's previous best figures in ODIs before his three-for in this match. In his previous eight ODIs, Wood had never taken more than one wicket but had gone wicketless only twice.
0 Previous instances of a team having single-digit stands for the first three wickets and then adding fifty-plus runs for each of the next three wickets in an ODI innings. Pakistan's first three partnerships were 2, 0 and 0 while the next three were 64, 59 and 77.
5 Centuries by wicketkeepers against England in England in ODIs. Sarfraz's 105 is the fifth such knock. Kumar Sangakkara made two centuries as a keeper while Adam Gilchrist and Tim Paine scored one each. The previous highest score by a Pakistan wicketkeeper in England was 74 by Kamran Akmal at Headingley in 2010.
2 Team score at which Sarfraz came in at No. 5 and made a century - the lowest such instance in ODIs. The previous lowest score at which a No. 5 made a hundred was Yuvraj Singh, who came in at score of 5 for 3 and scored 115 against South Africa in Hyderabad in 2005-06.
61 Previous highest score for Imad Wasim in ODIs. He bettered it with an unbeaten 63 in this match, which is his sixth ODI innings. He hasn't passed 20 in the other four innings of his career.