6/26 Yasir Shah's bowling figures today - the second-best by a Pakistan spinner in ODIs behind Shahid Afridi's 7 for 12 against West Indies in 2013. Yasir, however, did better Ajantha Mendis' 6 for 29 in 2008 to record the best haul for a spinner in Zimbabwe.

10 Wickets to Pakistan's spinners in this game. Besides Yasir, Shoaib Malik chipped in with three and Imad Wasim took one, making it only the sixth time in ODI history that spinners had taken all the 10 wickets in a match. The last instance was also by Pakistan, in 2011, when Mohammad Hafeez, Abdur Rehman, Saeed Ajmal and Shoaib Malik combined to topple Bangladesh in Chittagong.

124 Runs added by the sixth-wicket pair of Mohammad Rizwan and Wasim, making it Pakistan's highest against Zimbabwe in ODIs. It was also their second century stand against Zimbabwe for that wicket, after the 116-run stand between Misbah-ul-Haq and Shahid Afridi in Multan in 2008.

8 Times that Pakistan's sixth wicket has added 100 or more runs after having lost their first five for less than 150 in an ODI. Today, Pakistan had 128 on the board when they fifth batsman fell. The partnership between Rizwan and Wasim is also Pakistan's third-highest for the sixth wicket when they have lost their first five for less than 150.

131 Margin by which Zimbabwe lost this match, their third-worst defeat against Pakistan when fielding first and the worst against them at home. The last time Zimbabwe lost by a bigger margin to Pakistan was in 2004 when they were beaten by 144 runs in Multan.

2005 The last time Pakistan's Nos. 4 to 7 each scored 30 or more runs in an ODI. Including today's instance, this has happened only three times for Pakistan. It was also the ninth time both Pakistan's No. 6 and No. 7 had made fifties in an ODI.

75 Runs scored by Rizwan in this match - his highest ODI score and his third fifty-plus score in eight innings. He has made 295 runs at an average of 59.00.

3.12 Chamu Chibhabha's economy rate in this match - his second-best in an ODI. Chibhabha bowled eight overs including a maiden and gave away 25 runs. Mohammad Irfan's economy rate of 1.75 was also his second-best in an ODI. Irfan bowled just four overs including two maidens and conceded just seven runs.

Shiva Jayaraman is a senior sub-editor (stats) at ESPNcricinfo.com