The Sharjah Test highlighted the increased number of big hits in Test cricket
Two courageous cricketers who, when faced with extreme tragedy, understood that the show must go on
Brendon McCullum was the first New Zealand batsman, and fourth in history, to amass three double-centuries in a calendar year as he helped beat Pakistan in the Sharjah Test by an innings and 80 runs
Stats highlights from the fourth day of the third Test between Pakistan and New Zealand at Sharjah
The win in Sharjah continues a terrific 2014 for New Zealand, which included home-and-away wins over West Indies and a home victory against India
Players who have scored three double hundreds in a year - Michael Clarke, Don Bradman, Ricky Ponting and Brendon McCullum
Tests where two batsmen have been dismissed in the 190s; Hafeez and Williamson in this game.
Number of times that the DRS has been used this series - the umpire's decision was upheld on 25 occasions.
Number of New Zealand batsmen who made 50-plus scores in this innings, a first for New Zealand.
Boundaries hit by NZ in this innings (66 fours, 22 sixes), the most for them in a Test innings, just bettering the old record of 87.
New Zealand's score in the first innings, their highest in Tests, and the second highest by any team against Pakistan.
Number of ducks for Younis Khan, the most by a top-seven Pakistan batsman.
Number of sixes in this match so far, a record. Previous record was 27.
Number of away/neutral Test series that New Zealand have drawn against Pakistan. They have lost six and won one.