Here are the Statistical Highlights from the fifth day between Pakistan and Zimbabwe:
# Pakistan's convincing triumph by 221 runs is their tenth in 16 Tests vs Zimbabwe (lost two and drawn four) - winning % 62.50.
# Pakistan's above win is their biggest by runs' margin vs Zimbabwe in Tests, bettering the 131-run win at Karachi in December 1993.
# Pakistan have won four successive Tests vs Zimbabwe for the first time - between November 2002 and September 2013.
# Since defeating England by 71 runs at Dubai (DSC) in February 2012, the aforesaid victory is Pakistan's first Test win.
# Zimbabwe have lost 15, won seven and drawn eight out of 30 played at Harare Sports club.
# Zimbabwe (120) have recorded their lowest completed innings total vs Pakistan, obliterating the 133 at Faisalabad in October 1996.
# Saeed Ajmal (11 for 118) has produced his fourth instance of ten wickets or more in a Test match - once each against South Africa, Zimbabwe, England and West Indies.
# Ajmal's aforesaid performance is his second best in Tests, next only to the 11 for 111 vs West Indies at Providence in May 2011.Â The said figures are the second best by a Pakistani bowler in a Test match vs Zimbabwe, next only to the 13 for 135 by Waqar Younis at Karachi in December 1993.
# Apart from Waqar Younis and Saeed Ajmal, two other Pakistani bowlers have bagged ten wickets in a Test match vs Zimbabwe - Wasim Akram and Saqlain Mushtaq.
# Ajmal's excellent figures are his best in Pakistan's Test win, surpassing the 10 for 97 vs England at Dubai (DSC) in January 2012.
# Ajmal is averaging 18.13 in a winning cause in Tests - his tally being 69 wickets in ten games, including two instances of ten wickets or more in a Test match and three instances of five wickets or more in an innings.
# Abdur Rehman (4/36) has produced his best bowling performance vs Zimbabwe in Tests.
# Rehman has completed 50 wickets (ave.18.48) in nine Pakistan wins.
# Younis' first Man of the Match award vs Zimbabwe is his seventh in Tests.
# Younis' unbeaten 200 is his tenth hundred in Pakistan wins - his aggregate being 3082 at an average of 71.67 in 31 Tests.Â He is the second Pakistani to manage 3000 runs in Test wins joining Inzamam-ul-Haq (4690 in 49 Tests).
# Younis is the third Pakistani player to register ten centuries in Pakistan wins, joining Inzamam-ul-Haq (17) and Javed Miandad (10).