13 Number of Tests that Misbah-ul-Haq has won as captain of Pakistan. The record of most wins by a Pakistan captain, 14, is jointly held by Imran Khan and Javed Miandad.
2 Number of back-to-back Test wins for Pakistan against Australia. Prior to this, Pakistan lost 13 consecutive Tests to Australia, extending back to 1999. Their previous win was even longer ago, in 1995. The only top-eight teams to have won fewer Tests against Australia in the last 20 years are New Zealand and Sri Lanka, who have only won a Test each.
35 Zulfiqar Babar (35 years and 316 days) is the oldest left-arm bowler from Pakistan to have picked up a five-wicket haul in Tests. The only other left-armer from Pakistan to have done this after the age of 35 is Iqbal Qasim (35 years and 40 days), also versus Australia, in 1988. Saeed Ajmal and Mohammad Nazir are the only Pakistan bowlers older than Babar, who have taken a Test five-for.
7 Number of wickets taken by Yasir Shah in this Test - the second most by a Pakistan spinner on debut, and the best by a Pakistan legspinner. The overall record for the best figures by a legspinner on debut is held by Narendra Hirwani (16/136).
221 Pakistan's margin of victory against Australia. In terms of wins by runs, this is their biggest against Australia, though there have been three instances of Pakistan achieving innings victories against Australia after batting first.
2 Number of fourth-innings fifties for Mitchell Johnson, while batting at No. 9 or lower. No other player batting at these positions has scored more than one fourth-innings fifty. Johnson has scored 1657 runs batting at No. 8 or below, which is the second most in the last eight years.
2 Number of wickets taken in 122.2 overs when teams have batted fourth on the final day of a Test at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, before this Test. In the fourth innings of this game, six wickets were taken from 68.1 overs bowled on the final day.
273 Number of balls played by Australia between their fourth and fifth boundaries during their fourth innings. David Warner hit a four of the last ball of the ninth over, the next boundary after which was hit by Mitchell Johnson off the third ball of the 55th over.
5 Steve Smith's batting average in fourth innings' before this Test. He had scored 20 runs from 4 innings. With his knock of 55 during Australia's fourth innings in this Test, he has now pushed his average up to 15.
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