Statistical Highlights from Day 4 of Zimbabwe vs Pakistan:
# Rahat Ali (5/52) has produced his best bowling figures vs Zimbabwe, eclipsing the 2 for 48 at Harare in the first Test of the present series.
# Rahat's aforesaid figures are his second best in Tests - the best being 6 for 127 vs South Africa at Centurion in February 2013.
# Rahat has recorded two five-wicket hauls in Tests - one each vs South Africa and Zimbabwe.
# Rahat's match figures of 7 for 100 are his best in a Test match, obliterating the 6 for 127 vs South Africa at Centurion in February 2013.
# Brendan Taylor has averaged fifty-plus this year in Tests - his aggregate being 469 in five games, including two hundreds and a fifty, at an average of 52.11.
# Taylor, as captain, is averaging 52.37 - his tally being 838 in nine Tests, including four hundreds and three fifties.
# Saeed Ajmal, with 14 wickets at 19.00 runs apiece in two Tests, is the top wicket-taker in the present series.
# Ajmal's aforesaid tally is the second highest by a Pakistani bowler in two Tests vs Zimbabwe in a Test series, next only to Saqlain Mushtaq's 15 (ave.21.53) in 2002-03.
# The overall record for most wickets in a Test series involving Pakistan and Zimbabwe is 27 (ave.13.81) in a three-Test series by Waqar Younis in 1993-94.
# Richard Mutumbami (29) has registered his highest score vs Pakistan - his second best in Tests, next only to the 42 vs Bangladesh at Harare in April 2013.
# Azhar Ali has recorded his seventh duck in Tests - his second vs Zimbabwe.
# Azhar is averaging 21.80 in Tests this year - his tally being 218 in ten innings. The said performance is his worst in a calendar year.
# Khurram Manzoor (51 & 54) has recorded a fifty in each innings of a Test match for the first time.
# Manzoor's second fifty vs Zimbabwe is his fifth in Tests.
# Younis Khan is the first Pakistani batsman to manage 300 runs or more in a two-Test series vs Zimbabwe.
# Younis' tally of 309 (ave.103.00) is the second highest by a Pakistani player vs Zimbabwe in a Test series, next only to Inzamam-ul-Haq's 367 (ave.73.40) in three Tests in 1994-95.
# Younis is the only Pakistani player to manage 500 runs apart from averaging 70-plus in Tests vs Zimbabwe - 511 (ave.73.00) in five Tests, including a hundred and three fifties.