7 - The number of Australians to score a triple-century in Test cricket has gone up to seven after David Warner got there against Pakistan at Adelaide Oval on Saturday. The last was Michael Clarke against India at SCG in 2012. Warner is the fourth batsman to score a triple ton versus Pakistan, the last being Virender Sehwag in Multan in 2004.
10 - Warner's 335* is the tenth-highest individual score in a Test innings.
2 - It is also the second-highest among Australia batsmen, behind Matthew Hayden's 380 against Zimbabwe in Perth in 2003. When he got his 335th run, Warner also eclipsed Bradman and Mark Taylor's scores of 334 (unbeaten in Taylor's case). Australia declared at that point.
80.14 - Warner's strike rate in his innings, which is the fourth-highest in the 31 triple-centuries scored in Test cricket. Both of Virender Sehwag's triples and Hayden's 380 came at better strike rates than Warner's 335*. He scored his first 100 off 156 balls, the next 100 came off 104 deliveries, and the last 135 runs came off 158 balls.
2 - Number of triple centuries in day-night Tests. Before Warner, Azhar Ali had scored 302 not out against West Indies in Dubai in 2016. It is also the first triple at Adelaide Oval, eclipsing Don Bradman's 299 not out against South Africa in 1932, and fourth in Australia. The last triple century anywhere in the world was Karun Nair's unbeaten 303 against England in Chennai in 2016.
3 - Number of Australia batsmen to make multiple 250-plus scores in Tests. David Warner joined Bradman (5) and Clarke (2) in doing so. Among openers, only one batsman has hit more 250-plus scores: Sehwag, with four. Sanath Jayasuriya, Graeme Smith, Chris Gayle and Alastair Cook are the other openers with two 250-plus scores.
111 - Runs scored by Warner off Yasir Shah from 110 deliveries. Since 2001, where ball-by-ball information is available, there have been only three instances of a batsman scoring more runs than Warner's 111 off a single bowler in a Test innings.
361 - The stand between Warner and Marnus Labuschagne, which is Australia's second highest second-wicket partnership in Tests. Overall, it is the eighth-highest partnership for any wicket for Australia and eighth highest for the second wicket for any team.
126 - Number of innings taken by Steven Smith to complete 7000 Test runs - making him the quickest to get there in terms of innings. The previous fastest was Wally Hammond, who got there in 131 innings. Among Australia batsmen, the fastest before Smith was Matthew Hayden in 142 innings. Smith is the 50th batsman to score 7000 or more runs in Test cricket and the only one of them to average above 60.