56 Margin of victory for Pakistan in this match, the smallest for them in a Test in the UAE. The previous smallest victory in terms of runs was 71 runs against England in Dubai in 2012.

507 Balls faced by Darren Bravo in this Test - 258 in the first innings and 249 in the second. That is the third-most by a West Indies batsman in a Test away from home. Brian Lara faced 569 deliveries in Colombo (SSC) in 2001 and Desmond Haynes 531 in Dunedin in 1980. Only Alastair Cook has played out more deliveries in a Test in the UAE (528 in Abu Dhabi in 2015) than Bravo here.

2007 The last time a West Indies batsman scored a century in the fourth-innings of an away Test - Shivnarine Chanderpaul scored 116 not out at Old Trafford. The only other such century by a West Indies batsman since 2000 was Dwayne Smith's unbeaten 105, on his debut, in Cape Town in 2004.

2 The 109 overs West Indies played out in their second innings here is the second-longest they have batted in the fourth-innings of an away Test. They had played out 132.5 overs at Old Trafford in 2007.

6 Scores of 50 or more for Bravo in the fourth innings of Tests. Since his debut, only Misbah-ul-Haq with seven has recorded more such scores in the fourth-innings. Bravo averages a healthy 52 in the fourth-innings, his best in any innings of a Test. His fourth-innings average is second only to Gordon Greenidge's 53.19 among West Indies batsmen to play 15 or more innings.

24.41 Difference in Bravo's home and away averages - 29.35 at home and 53.76 away - the highest for any batsman who has played 30-plus innings at home and away. India's Mohinder Amarnath comes next with a difference of 21.42. Bravo's away average is the best among 35 West Indies players to score 1000-plus runs. Seven of his eight Test centuries have come outside the West Indies; five of those are in Asia.

2010 The last time a Pakistan bowler conceded 100 or more runs in both innings of a Test - Abdur Rehman against South Africa, also in Dubai. Yasir Shah conceded 121 runs in the first innings and 113 runs in the second innings. This is the first time Yasir conceded more than 200 runs in a Test in the UAE. It's the 13th instance of a Pakistan bowler conceding 100 or more runs in both innings of a Test. Yasir bowled 84 overs in the match - the most he has bowled in any of his 17 Tests so far.

0 Instances of both No. 10 and 11 getting run out in the fourth-innings of a Test prior to this match. West Indies' last two batsmen, Miguel Cummins and Shannon Gabriel, were run out.

54.40 Jason Holder's average in the fourth innings of a Test. In seven innings, he has made two fifties, a century, as well as 40 not out in this innings.

3/63 Mohammad Amir's figures in the fourth-innings of this Test - his best innings figures since his return. He had not taken more than two wickets in any of the previous nine innings.

Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath