356 Pakistan's margin of victory in this Test against Australia. This is Pakistan's biggest-ever Test win in terms of runs. Their previous biggest was by 341 runs, against India, at Karachi in 2006.

34 Years since Australia have lost a Test by a bigger margin. They have only ever lost two Tests by a bigger margin, the biggest being by 675 runs against England in 1928.

9 Hundreds scored by Pakistan's batsmen during this series, the most by any team in a two-match series. No other team has ever scored more than six hundreds in a two-Test series against a top-eight team.

-54.5 Australia's average differential in this series, the worst in their Test history. The average differential is the difference between a team's batting average and bowling average. Australia's batting average in this series was 25.65, while their bowling average was 80.15.

14 Tests Pakistan have won under Misbah-ul-Haq. Misbah now holds the joint record for the most Test wins by a Pakistan captain, along with Imran Khan and Javed Miandad. However, Misbah has only captained Pakistan in 31 Tests, while Miandad and Imran led in 34 and 48 respectively.

20 Years since Pakistan have won a Test series against Australia. The last time Pakistan beat Australia in a Test series was in 1994, when they won a three-match series 1-0 at home. Since then, Pakistan have lost six and drawn one series against Australia.

6 Consecutive Tests Australia have now lost in Asia. They have only won one Test on Asian soil in the last 10 years, excluding Tests against Bangladesh. They have played 16 Tests in this period, and lost nine Tests to India, and two against Pakistan. Their only victory came against Sri Lanka in 2011.

1 Tests that Pakistan have lost in their last three Test series against non-subcontinental teams in the UAE. They have played seven Tests against Australia, South Africa and England, winning six of them and only losing one, to South Africa.

8 Runs scored by Australia while losing their last five wickets. It has been 35 years since Australia have lost their last five wickets for fewer runs against Pakistan. They lost their last five wickets for only four runs at Melbourne in 1979. That day, they lost their last seven wickets for just five runs.

Bishen Jeswant is a stats sub editor at ESPNCricinfo. @bishen_jeswant