1 Only once have Pakistan made a lower score in Tests against West Indies than the 81 in the second innings of the Bridgetown Test. They were dismissed for 77 in Lahore in 1986-87. Pakistan's 81 is their tenth lowest Test score.
10 Wickets by West Indies pacers in Pakistan's second innings - the first time in almost six years that quicks have taken all ten wickets in a Test innings at home. The previous instance had come against Pakistan as well, in the fourth innings in Providence in 2011.
2015 The last time West Indies won a Test after conceding a first-innings lead: also in Bridgetown, against England. On that occasion, West Indies conceded a lead of 68 in the first innings, but came back strongly to bowl England out for 123 in the second innings. Overall this the 20th such instance for West Indies.
0 Number of instances in the last 10 years, before Thursday, of a team's ten wickets falling to pace on the fifth day. Gabriel, Alzarri Joseph and Jason Holder shared the wickets between them.
1 Number of five-wicket hauls for West Indies that have cost less than Gabriel's 5 for 11. Jermaine Lawson took 6 for 3 against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2002-03. Jerome Taylor returned figures of 5 for 11 against England in Kingston in 2008-09. Only Dale Steyn has a more economical five-for, when he took 6 for 8 against Pakistan in Johannesburg in 2012-13.
1 Number of times a Pakistan bowler returned better innings figures than Yasir Shah's 7 for 94 against West Indies. Imran Khan took 7 for 80 in Georgetown in 1988. Yasir's figures are the third best by a Pakistan bowler in defeat.
34.4 Number of overs Pakistan's second innings lasted. Only once have they been bowled out in fewer overs by West Indies. West Indies took just 31.5 overs to dismiss Pakistan in their second innings of the Dubai Test last year, though they ended up losing the match.
2 Number of instances of a batsman getting out for 99 and 0 in a Test, before Misbah-ul-Haq in this game. The last batsman to do so was also from Pakistan: Mushtaq Mohammad, against England in Karachi in 1972-73. India's Pankaj Roy was the other; he got these scores in the Delhi Test against Australia in 1959-60.