Pakistan's lower order resilience delayed Australia's push for a follow-on, which they enforced eventually. Along the way, Yasir Shah scored his maiden first-class century before being the last man out for 113. Yasir's average on tour is an astounding 60.33, but his bowling average is at 100.50. Here's a look at some records the lower order broke on Sunday.
7 - The number of batsmen Test hundreds coming in at No. 8 or below against Australia. The previous instance was in 2017, when Wriddhiman Saha made 117 in Ranchi.
2006 - The last time a Pakistani scored a Test hundred at No. 8. Wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal made 113 against India in Karachi, a Test Pakistan won to take the series 1-0. Yasir is the ninth Pakistani to achieve this feat.
1 - Only one batsman - Jerome Taylor (12.96) has a lower average than Yasir Shah while scoring a Test century. Yasir's average after the century stands at 14.06.
213 - Runs added by the last four Pakistan batsmen in the first innings in Adelaide. This is the second-highest for Pakistan in Australia. The best was in 2016 when the last four added 230 at the Gabba in Brisbane.
105 - Runs added by Babar Azam and Yasir, the best seventh-wicket stand for Pakistan against Australia.
87 - The ninth-wicket stand for Pakistan, their highest for that wicket in Australia. Overall, it's the second-highest ninth-wicket stand against Australia.
89.33 - The average seventh-wicket stand for Pakistan in this series. This is the most they've averaged for any wicket in this series. Pakistan's top five wickets average 18.77 runs while the bottom five average 40.
2015 - The last time Australia enforced the enforcingfollow-on in Tests, against West Indies in Hobart. They've not chosen to enforce the follow-on on five occasions since. Pakistan were last made to follow-on at Centurion against South Africa in 2013.