10 Series wins for Misbah-ul-Haq as captain in Tests - most by an Asian captain. He went past Sourav Ganguly and MS Dhoni, who registered nine series wins. For Pakistan, Javed Miandad won eight series.
5-0 Pakistan's win-loss record after nine Tests in Abu Dhabi, which is also the venue where they have won the most matches without suffering a single loss. Their record at the other UAE grounds is: 6-2 in Dubai and 4-3 in Sharjah.
2014 Last time Pakistan won the first two matches of a Test series - against Australia in the UAE. There only two matches in that series. The last time Pakistan won the first two matches in a series of three or more matches was against England in 2011-12.
1 The 322 that West Indies made was their highest fourth-innings total against Pakistan - passing their 317 for 2 in Georgetown in 1957-58. It was the fifth-highest by any team against Pakistan, and the second-highest in the UAE, behind Pakistan's 343 for 3 against South Africa in 2010-11 in Dubai.
4 Series in which West Indies have batted 100 or more overs in the fourth innings, twice. West Indies batted 109 overs in the first Test and 108 overs in the second in this series. The last time they accomplished this was during the Frank Worrell Trophy at home in 1998-99.
112 Wickets for Yasir Shah in Tests. He joined George Lohmann and Sydney Barnes as the bowlers with the most wickets after their first 18 matches. Yasir also became the second player to take over 50 Test wickets in the UAE, after Saeed Ajmal.
7 Pakistan bowlers have taken two ten-wicket hauls in a single year of Test cricket, Yasir the latest. His 10 for 210 in this match followed the 10 for 141 he took at Lord's against England. Only Abdul Qadir has taken more than two 10-fors in a year for Pakistan - three in 1987.
5 for 96 Shannon Gabriel's figures in the first innings, his his best in Tests, which had previously been 3 for 10.
210 Runs conceded by Yasir in this Test - fourth-most by a Pakistan bowler taking 10 wickets. The most expensive 10-wicket haul for Pakistan is Qadir's 11 for 218 against Australia in Faisalabad in 1982.
95 Jermaine Blackwood's score in the fourth innings of this Test. He is the first West Indies batsman since Darren Ganga, in Auckland in 2005-06, to be dismissed in the 90s in the fourth innings of a match.