Pakistan vs West Indies 1st Test Stats: Pakistan overcomes Bravo to win historic Test
All the statistics from Pakistan's win the first Test against West Indies in Dubai.
1 – The first ton, double ton and triple ton in Test were scored by Azhar Ali
1 – This was the first occasion when no.10 and no. 11 got run-out in the fourth innings of a Test. Infact, no other run outs happened in this Test.
3 - This was only the 3rd hundred by a West Indian batsman in the 4th innings of an away Test. Previous was Shivnarine Chanderpaul in Manchester 2007 and Dwayne Smith in Cape Town in 2004.
3/63 – These are the best figures by Mohammad Amir in 10 innings since his return to international cricket. He did not take more than 2 wickets in any of the previous 9 innings since return.
5 – Number of hundreds made by Darren Bravo in Asia in 27 innings. He has 3 hundreds outside Asia in 58 innings.
6 – Azhar Ali is the 6th player to score a double hundred while playing his 50th Test.
8/49– The figures by Devendra Bishoo is the 4th best figures in a losing cause in Tests.
11- Only the 11th time a triple hundred has resulted in a win for a side in Test cricket. The remaining 18 have resulted in a draw.
50 – This was the first time Darren Bravo scored more than 50 in both innings of a Test.
56 – The margin of victory is Pakistan's smallest in terms of runs in the UAE. Previous smallest was by 71 runs against England in 2011-12.
100 – More than hundred runs were conceded by Yasir Shah in both the innings of the Test, a first for the leg spinner.
102 – The number of wickets by Yasir Shah is the second most after 17 Tests in the history of the game. The highest is 109 by George Lohmann of England.
109 – The most number of overs batted by West Indies in Asia, going past the 105.1 overs they batted against India at Eden Gardens in 1978-79.
200 – More than 200 runs were conceded by Yasi Shah for the first time in the 8 Tests he has played in UAE.
400 – This was Pakistan’s 400th Test, which they won in a nail biter by 56 runs against the West Indies,
507 – The number of balls faced by Darren Bravo, is the most balls faced by a West Indies in Tests away from home.