West Indies vs Pakistan 2nd Test - Statistical Highlights

All the records and statistical achievements from the game.

Misbah ul Haq of Pakistan dismissed by Jason Holder of West Indies
Misbah ul Haq of Pakistan dismissed by Jason Holder of West Indies. (Photo by RANDY BROOKS/AFP/Getty Images)
Sampath Bandarupalli

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In an eventful final day of Test cricket at the Bridgetown, the Pakistan side, who started off the day as favourites crumbled badly in their 2nd innings while chasing a low total of 188 against the hosts. The visitors were reduced to just 81 runs as the West Indies won the game by a huge 106-run margin to stand against Pakistan’s hope of winning their maiden Test series on the West Indian soil.

1 – Misbah-ul-Haq became the first batsman in the Test history to have scores of ‘99’ in consecutive Test matches. He was unbeaten on 99 in the previous game.

2 – Number of times Misbah-ul-Haq has been dismissed on 99 in Test cricket. He is one of the 9 players to be dismissed on 99 in the longest format of the game.

2 – Pakistan became only the 2nd team in Test history to lose by 100-run margin while chasing a target of 200 or below. Another instance was in 1994 at Porn of Spain where England was bowled out for 46 by West Indies while chasing 194.

2.2 – Shanon Gabriel’s bowling average of 2.2 during his 5/11 in the Pakistan’s 2nd innings is the joint 2nd cheapest 5-wicket haul in Tests for West Indies. J Lawson had figures of 6/3 vs Bangladesh in 2002 while Jerome Taylor too had 5/11 vs England in 2009.

3 – Number of times Pakistan have failed to chase down a target below 200 in Tests in the last 10 years. All other remaining teams collectively failed in 200 or lower target chases three times in this period.

3 – Number of wins in Test cricket for West Indies since the start of 2015. Two of those including this game came against Pakistan while the other one was vs England.

3 – Number of 99 scores for Misbah-ul-Haq in Test cricket, the most for any player. Combining all the three International formats, only three other players have managed three scores of ‘99’ in their career. Geoff Boycott, Richie Richardson and Sachin Tendulkar are those three.

7/94 – Yasir Shah’s bowling figures of 7/94 in West Indies’ 2nd innings of this game are the 3rd best bowling figures for a Pakistan player in Test cricket in losing cause. Imran Khan had 7/52 vs England in 1982 while Pervez Sajjad had 7/74 vs NZ in 1969.

7/94 – Yasir Shah’s bowling figures of 7/94 are the 2nd best bowling figures for a Pakistan player vs West Indies in Test cricket. Best: Imran Khan’s 7/80 at Georgetown in 1988.

24 – Number of wins in Test cricket for West Indies at Bridgetown so far, the most number of wins for them at a venue. They won 23 games at Jamaica, Kingston.

81 – Pakistan’s total in this game is the 3rd lowest of them in the 4th innings of a Test match. Lowest is 72 all out vs Australia in 2004.