Kraigg Brathwaite and Shane Dowrich struck unbeaten fifties to complete a memorable five-wicket win in clinical fashion on the fifth morning in Sharjah
Stats highlights from the fifth day in Sharjah where West Indies registered a rare Test win against a strong side
Jason Holder, the West Indies captain, doffed his hat to Kraigg Brathwaite after the opener's instrumental role in the side's first Test win since May 2015
After Jason Holder claimed career-best figures of 5 for 30 bowl out Pakistan for 208, Kraigg Brathwaite steered West Indies to within 39 runs of victory in Sharjah
Mohammad Amir was run out in comical fashion after he assumed his shot would go for six, but it was fielded spectacularly by Roston chase
West Indies batting coach Toby Radford's advice to his players going into the final day in Sharjah is bat calmly till tea if required, in their attempt to get 39 more for a rare away-Test win
Pakistan's batting collapses in both innings in Sharjah have transformed a dead rubber into a compelling contest
Kraigg Brathwaite's fifth Test ton and Jason Holder's sharp spell after tea helped West Indies wrest control of the Sharjah Test on the third day
After taking 5 for 88 to keep West Indies' lead down to 56, Wahab Riaz said he was happy with his progress as a Test bowler despite his numbers not reflecting the effort he has often put in on unforgiving Asian pitches
West Indies captain Jason Holder has praised Kraigg Brathwaite for showing the qualities "we have been asking for in the dressing room" during his 142 off 318 balls
Stats highlights from a day on which West Indies edged past Pakistan in Sharjah
Kraigg Brathwaite's marathon 95* off 206 helped West Indies claw their way back from early trouble and have a shot at a first-innings lead over Pakistan in Sharjah
Coming back from a rest, the 24-year-old fast bowler provided some of Pakistan's brightest spots in a tightly-fought Sharjah Test against West Indies
Pakistan's lead fast bowler bags a brilliant catch - and a dubious distinction
A strong comeback in the final session has left West Indies in a good position against Pakistan in the third Test of the series in Sharjah
Sami Aslam has been prolific at Under-19 and first-class level, but in his Test career so far has shown a puzzling tendency to make solid starts and fail to convert them to hundreds
After losing the ODIs and T20Is 0-3 to Pakistan, West Indies showed more resistance than most would have expected to finish the Test series 1-2
Kraigg Brathwaite has already shown he has the temperament to play long innings; in Sharjah, he did it under enormous pressure, and became the first opener ever to remain unbeaten through both innings of a Test match
The former allrounder's first assignment is the New Zealand Test series beginning on November 17 in Christchurch
Pakistan have already won the series against West Indies but their captain Misbah-ul-Haq has all but said that there are no dead rubbers in Test cricket
The last time Pakistan lost more than one wicket in the 1st over of a Test; they were 0 for 3 v Ind in Karachi, but won the game by 341 runs
Fifties in 12 Test innings for Sami Aslam. He hasn't scored a century yet, though - his highest is 90
Last time Pakistan failed to score 300-plus in the first inns of a Test against West Indies in UAE or at home. They could manage only 281 in this inns.
No. of team totals lower than Pakistan's 281 to have four individual fifty-plus scores. NZ had made 275 with help of four 50s v Pak in Hamilton in 2010-11.
No. of ducks for Samuels in Tests since 2011 - the second-most by any top-order batsman (No. 1 to 7). Only Ross Taylor (12) has more ducks.
No. of 50s for Brathwaite without converting it into a century, before this knock. Prior to that he had converted 4 of 6 50s into 100s from June 2014 to April 2015.
No. of consecutive Tests where WI had conceded a first-inns lead (when they batted second), before this. They have taken a lead this time.
No. of WI batsmen to carry their bat in a Test inns, including Brathwaite. The last was Gayle at Adelaide in 2008-09. Worrell, Hunte and Haynes (3) being others.
No of top-order batsman (1 to 6) to bag 2 pairs in a year before Asad Shafiq.The previous 2 were: Mohinder Amarnath in 1983 and Mark Waugh in 1992.
Previous best figures for Holder in Tests, against Eng in Bridgetown in 2015. He has taken more than 3 wkts in this inns; first time in 20 Tests.
No. of times West Indies have failed to chase targets of less than 200 in Tests, before this - won 51 and drawn 6.
Last time a WI opener scored a century and a fifty in an away Test, excluding B'desh and Zim - Gayle in Centurion. Brathwaite has done it in this match.
No. of Tests won by West Indies away from home since 2000, excluding B'desh and Zim, including this win. In 76 Tests since then, they lost 56 of them.
No. of openers to remain not out in both inning of a Test - Brathwaite in this match is the first to achieve this.