Here are the Statistical Highlights from Day 4 of the 1st Test between Pakistan and Zimbabwe:
# Younis Khan's 200 not out off 404 balls is his 22nd century in Tests - his first vs Zimbabwe.
# Younis is the second Pakistani player after Wasim Akram (257 not out at Sheikhupura in October 1996) to record a double hundred vs Zimbabwe in Tests.
# Younis' tally of 22 hundreds is exceeded only by Inzamam-ul-Haq (25), Mohammad Yousuf (24) and Javed Miandad (23) for Pakistan in Tests.
# Younis is the second Pakistani player to register a double hundred with a six (off Prosper Utseya) in Tests. Yousuf Youhana (198 to 204) was the first Pakistani player, accomplishing the feat off Mohammad Sharif (Bangladesh) at Chittagong in 2001-02.
# Younis aforesaid splendid knock is his fourth innings of 200 or more in Tests - his highest being 313 vs Sri Lanka at Karachi in February 2009. His other two double centuries being 267 vs India at Bangalore in March 2005 and 200 not out vs Bangladesh at Chittagong in December 2011.
# Adnan Akmal (64) has posted a career-best score in Tests, obliterating the 61 vs England at Dubai (DSC) in January 17, 2012.
# Adnan has registered a Test fifty each vs England, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh.
# Younis and Adnan have shared a sixth-wicket partnership of 118 - Pakistan's second highest vs Zimbabwe in Tests, next only to the 121 between Kamran Akmal and Mohammad Yousuf at Bulawayo in November 2002.
# Younis and Rahat Ali put on 88 (unbroken) for the tenth wicket - Pakistan's highest vs Zimbabwe in Tests, outstripping the 50 (unbroken) between Mohammad Yousuf and Waqar Younis at Lahore in December 1998.
# The aforesaid partnership is Pakistan's fifth highest tenth-wicket stand in Tests - the highest is 151 between Azhar Mahmood and Mushtaq Ahmed vs South Africa at Rawalpindi in October 1997.
# Rahat Ali (35 not out) has registered his highest score in Tests, obliterating the 22 vs South Africa at Centurion in February 2013.