17 Total Tests that have ended with a result after the first day saw no play. Seven such Tests have been played since 2000; the last two being between England and New Zealand in 2013, and India and Australia in Mohali in 2013.

8.11 Pakistan's run rate during their chase of 90. They scored 92 runs off 11.2 overs. This is the best run rate in Test history for any team batting at least 10 overs. No team had previously scored at a run rate of more than eight.

2 Number of times Pakistan have beaten Sri Lanka by 10 wickets. The only team Pakistan have beaten by a 10-wicket margin on more occasions is England, who have faced this fate three times. This is the first instance of a visiting team beating Sri Lanka by 10 wickets at home.

3 Stumpings effected by Sarfraz Ahmed during the second innings, the joint-most by any Pakistan wicketkeeper. This was also the first instance of three Sri Lankan batsmen being stumped in the same innings.

123 Number of Test matches that Pakistan have won, the most for any Asian nation. They have played 390 Tests. India are next with 122 wins from 488 Tests. Sri Lanka have won 71 out of 236 Tests, while Bangladesh have seven wins from 91.

7-76 Yasir Shah's figures during the second innings, the best by an overseas bowler in Tests in Sri Lanka. The only other overseas bowler to take a seven-wicket haul there is Shane Warne, with 7 for 94 at the P Sara Stadium in Colombo in 2002.

20 Years since a Pakistani legspinner has returned better figures than Yasir's 7 for 76 in an innings. Mushtaq Ahmed (7 for 56) did it against New Zealand in Christchurch in 1995. The best-ever bowling figures for a Pakistani legspinner, or any bowler, is Abdul Qadir's 9 for 56 against England in Lahore in 1987.

39 Runs added by Sri Lanka's last five wickets during the second innings - they went from 167 for 5 to 206 all out. Coincidentally, even in their first innings, Sri Lanka lost their last five wickets for exactly 39 runs, going from 261 for 5 to 300.

9 Years since Pakistan have beaten Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka. This last happened in Kandy in 2006, when Pakistan won by eight wickets. Since then, Pakistan had lost five and drawn three Tests in Sri Lanka.