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Pakistan vs West Indies- Stats: Yasir Shah equals world record

Published Oct 25, 2016
Oct 25, 2016 IST
Pakistan sealed the three-match series with a 133-run win

Pakistan beat West Indies by 133 runs in the second Test at Abu Dhabi and sealed the three-match Test series 2-0 with the third and final Test to be played at Sharjah from 30 October. 

It all started with veterans Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan putting on 175 runs for the fourth wicket on day 1 and that set the tone for Pakistan on a pitch that had very little assistance for the bowlers. Younis went on to score his 33rd Test century while Misbah missed out on one after he was dismissed for 96. After ending their innings with the scorecard reading 452, Pakistani bowlers continued the good work as they dismissed the visitors for just 224 with a first-innings deficit of 228.

Yasir Shah was the star of the show as he ended with figures of 4-86. Fifties from Azhar Ali, Sami Aslam and Asad Shafiq helped Pakistan declare their second innings at 227-3 and set Windies a total of 456 runs. Once again, it was Yasir Shah's heroics that did the job for his team as the leggie picked up 6 wickets in the second innings and sealed the win.

Few records were created during the match. Let us take a look at some of the interesting numbers from the match.

0 - Pakistan are yet to lose a Test at Abu Dhabi. In the nine matches they played, they won 5 and drew 4.

24 - Misbah-ul-Haq has now won 24 Tests away from home, the most by a captain.

48 - Tests captained by Misbah-ul-Haq, which is the joint-most (with Imran Khan) in Pakistan’s cricket history.

33 - Younis Khan scored his 33rd Test century, most by any Pakistani batsman.

5.88 - 5.88 is Younis Khan’s innings/century ratio, the second best after Bradman’s astonishing 2.76.


4 - Younis Khan scored his 4th Test ton at Abu Dhabi, the joint-most by a batsman at a venue without scoring a fifty. Don Bradman at Leeds, Vijay Hazare at Brabourne (Mumbai) and Geoffrey Boycott at Leeds have 4 centuries without a fifty at these venues.

3000 - Asad Shafiq completed 3000 Test runs, the sixth fastest Pakistani batsman to do.

13 - Younis Khan’s 13th Test ton after turning 35, the most by any batsman. Graham Gooch, Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid had scored 12 centuries after turning 35.

31 - Younis Khan has scored 31 Test tons without being dismissed in the 90s, the most by any batsman. 

40 - Total number of hundreds for Younis across all the formats (33 in Tests, 7 in ODIs and 0 in T20Is), the most international centuries for Pakistan. He overtook Mohammad Yousuf’s 39 tons.

61 - Sixes hit by Misbah in Tests, the most by a captain in this format after the right-hander eclipsed Brendon McCullum’s previous record of 59 maximums.

3156 – Runs scored by Younis-Misbah pair in Tests, the most by any pair for Pakistan.

2 - Second fifer forYasir Shah in Tests.

112 - Number of wickets taken by Yasir after 18 Tests, the most by any bowler equalling Sydney Barnes and George Lohmann.

322 - West Indies’ total in the fourth innings, the most by any visiting team against Pakistan in UAE.

50 - Rahat Ali crossed the 50-wicket mark in Tests.

50 - Yasir Shah became the second bowler after Saeed Ajmal to take 50 wickets in UAE.

5-96 – This is Shannon Gabriel’s best bowling in Tests.

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