382 Pakistan's total was their best in the fourth innings of a Test and also their highest successful chase. It was also the sixth highest successful chase overall in Tests.

171 Younus Khan's score was the the highest by a Pakistan batsman in the fourth innings of a Test. It was also the fifth highest individual score in a successful chase, behind efforts from Gordon Greenidge, Arthur Morris, Don Bradman and Mark Butcher.

7 Number of wickets by which Pakistan won this Test, the joint-biggest margin of victory in Test history for a team scoring 350-plus runs to win a Test. The only other time this happened was when Australia achieved their target of 404 for the loss of only three wickets against England in 1948.

242 The partnership between Younus and Shan Masood was the fourth highest in a successful chase. It was also Pakistan's best in the fourth innings of a Test.

11 The number of 150-plus scores for Younus in Tests, the most for any Pakistan batsman. Javed Miandad has ten.

1 The number of times before today that two Pakistan batsmen made hundreds in the fourth innings - against New Zealand in Hyderabad (Sind) in 1984. Younus (171) and Shan Masood (125) scored centuries in the fourth innings of this Test.

5 Number of batsmen stumped in the fourth innings after scoring a century - three of those five are from Pakistan. Masood was stumped on 125 in the fourth innings of this Test.

22 Instances of teams scoring 350-plus totals in the fourth innings of Tests since 2005. Before 2005, it had happened only 27 times.

4.9 Tharindu Kaushal's economy rate in the fourth innings, the worst for any Sri Lankan bowling at least 20 overs in the fourth innings. Kaushal bowled 31 overs and conceded 153 runs.

1 Number of previous Tests in Sri Lanka in which the highest total of the match was made in the fourth innings. It happened in a Test between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe at the SSC in 1998. Pakistan's fourth-innings total of 382 was the highest in this Test.