0 - Number of visiting non-Asian batsmen to have scored more than 140 in Asia in the fourth innings of a Test. Usman Khawaja went past Daniel Vettori's 140 against Sri Lanka in 2009. Khawaja's 141 is also the highest score by any batsman in the fourth innings in the UAE. Previously, Younis Khan held the record, scoring an unbeaten 131 against South Africa in 2009.
5 - Batsmen to have scored a fourth-innings century for Australia in Asia. Khawaja joined David Warner, Mark Taylor, Ricky Ponting and Bob Simpson in this elite list. He also became only the sixth batsmen from Australia to score two fifties and aggregate in excess of 200 in a Test in Asia. This is only the second century for Khawaja away from home, adding to the 140 he scored in Wellington in 2016.
139.5 - Overs faced by Australia in the fourth innings - the most by them in an innings in Asia. Previously, Australia had batted 107 overs against Bangladesh in 2006 when Ponting scored 118 to help them win the Test. This is also the most overs faced by any team in the UAE in the fourth innings and fourth longest in Asia by any team. This is Australia's longest fourth innings in 47 years since 1971.
302 - Balls faced by Khawaja in his knock of 141 - the most faced for Australia in Asia in the fourth innings and also the most balls faced by any batsman in the fourth innings in the UAE. Khawaja went past the 249 balls played by Darren Bravo in the day-night Test at the same venue two years ago.
132 - Runs added by Travis Head and Khawaja for the fourth wicket - the highest fourth-innings stand for Australia in Asia and also the highest against Pakistan in the fourth innings in the UAE. Head followed his first-innings duck with a score of 72 to become only the sixth Australian to score a duck and a fifty on debut.
117 - Runs scored by Khawaja in the nine innings in Asia leading up to this Test. He had no 50-plus scores and had batted only 295 deliveries in all. In this match, Khawaja redeemed himself by scoring 226 runs from 477 deliveries having batted for 767 minutes.
2 - Matches in Asia in which the batting team in the fourth innings with a first-innings deficit of 250 or more runs managed not to lose the game. There have been 55 instances in which teams that batted first in Asia have taken a lead of 250 or more; out of that on 11 instances teams have not enforced the follow-on. The 1999 Test between India and New Zealand is the only other instance when a team managed to play out a draw.