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  Statistical Highlights - Pakistan v. New Zealand - 26/11/2014  
  Mohammad Hafeez scored 197 runs from 316 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his seventh century, first against New Zealand, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now scored 2,616 runs at an average of 37.97. See Pakistan Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs. It was the second time the he has been dismissed in the 190's. See Players Scoring in 190s . It was the highest score recorded at the Shahjah Cricket Stadium. See Players Scoring Centuries at the Shahjah Cricket Stadium - (Test Cricket) . His innings of 197 represented 56.13% of the Pakistan innings total of 351. See Batsman Scoring More than 50% of Innings Total .

Mark Craig took 7/94 in the first innings of the match, which was the first time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, and he has now taken 22 wickets at an average of 41.91. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. Also, it was the best bowling performance at the Shahjah Cricket Stadium, see Players Taking 5 Wickets in an Innings at Shahjah Cricket Stadium - (Test Cricket) , and it was the third best bowling performance by a New Zealand player against Pakistan. See Best Bowling Performances against Pakistan.

Brendon McCullum scored 202 runs from 186 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his fourth double century, the most by New Zealand player, see Players Scoring Double Centuries , first against Pakistan, Notable Performances - Versus All Countries , and the highest innings at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, see Players Scoring Centuries at the Shahjah Cricket Stadium - (Test Cricket) . Also, his innings includes 11 sixes, which is the equal second highest number, see Most 6s in an Innings by a Player, and he has now scored 81 sixes in his career, which is the second highest by a New Zealand player. See Players Scoring Most Career 6s. McCullum is New Zealand's highest run scorer in 2014 with 969 runs at an average of 64.6. See Players Scoring Most Runs in 2014.

Kane Williamson scored 192 runs from 244 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his eighth century, first against Pakistan, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now scored 2,638 runs at an average of 41.22. See New Zealand Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs. He has scored 6 of his 8 centuries when batting at number three position, see Performance Analysis by Batting Position , and he is New Zealands second highest run scorer in 2014 calendar year with 844 runs at an average of 60.29. See Players Scoring Most Runs in 2014.

New Zealand have a new second wicket partnership record of 297 which was set by B B McCullum and K S Williamson in the first innings of the match. See Match Partnership Records (Test Cricket) for New Zealand.

Sharjah Cricket Stadium has four new partnership records which were set during the match: a new second wicket partnership record of 297, which was set by B B McCullum and K S Williamson (NZL) , and a new third wicket partnership record of 116, which was set by K S Williamson and L R Taylor (NZL), and a new fourth wicket partnership record of 125, which was set by Mohammad Hafeez and Misbah-ul-Haq (PAK), and a new eighth wicket partnership record of 91, which was set by T G Southee and M D Craig (NZL). See Ground Partnership Records (Test Cricket) at Sharjah Cricket Stadium.

Tim Southee scored 50 runs from 61 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his third half century, and took his aggregate to 1,009 runs, and with 128 wickets, he became the fifth New Zealand player to reach the 1,000 runs/100 wickets milestone. See Players Scoring 1000 Runs and Taking 100 Wickets.

New Zealand scored 690 runs in its first innings of the match against Pakistan at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. It was their highest innings score, see Sides Scoring 600 in an Innings , and the highest score recorded at the Shahjah Cricket Stadium. See Sharjah Cricket Stadium. New Zealand won the match by an innings and 80 runs, and they have now won 1, lost 1, and drawn 1 in the 3 matches against Pakistan at neutral venues. See New Zealand v Pakistan. The 3 match series was drawn 1-1, and New Zealand have now won 2, lost 13, and drawn 6 of the 21 series against Pakistan. See Test Series for New Zealand Versus Pakistan played Anywhere.

Mark Craig took 7/94 in the first innings, and 3/109 in the second innings of the match, which took his match total to 10/203, and was the first time that he had taken ten wickets in a match, and he has now taken 25 wickets at an average of 41.24. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. Also, it was the best match bowling performance at the Shahjah Cricket Stadium, see Players Taking 10 Wickets in a Match at Shahjah Cricket Stadium - (Test Cricket) .

Asad Shafiq scored 137 runs from 148 balls in the second innings of the match, which was his fifth century, first against New Zealand, and he has now scored 1,891 runs at an average of 40.23. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. It was his first century at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, see Players Scoring Centuries at the Shahjah Cricket Stadium - (Test Cricket) , and he has scored all of his five centuries when batting at number six position. See Performance Analysis by Batting Position .

Sharjah Cricket Stadium has five new partnership records which were set during the match: a new second wicket partnership record of 297, which was set by B B McCullum and K S Williamson (NZL) , and a new third wicket partnership record of 116, which was set by K S Williamson and L R Taylor (NZL), and a new fourth wicket partnership record of 125, which was set by Mohammad Hafeez and Misbah-ul-Haq (PAK), and a new eighth wicket partnership record of 91, which was set by T G Southee and M D Craig (NZL), and a new ninth wicket partnership record of 78 set by Asad Shafiq and Rahat Ali (PAK). See Ground Partnership Records (Test Cricket) at Sharjah Cricket Stadium.

 
 
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