• Pakistan's victory is their fifth over England at Lord's in fifteen Tests. They now have more wins over losses (4) at the ground.
  • England's first innings total of 184 is their lowest at Lord's after wining the toss and electing to bat since 1955 when South Africa dismissed them for 133.
  • The Test saw the third occasion of fourteen or more scores of below 10 by England batsmen against Pakistan in a Test. Their most is 15 at The Oval in 1954.
  • The number above is also the fourth time at Lord's when England have had fourteen scores of single figures in the same Test. Their most is 18 against Australia in 1888.
  • The four batsmen who scored 50 or more in their first innings is the most by a Pakistan side in one innings at Lord's. They had previously scored three on four separate occasions at the ground.
  • Stuart Broad's pair is his first in Test cricket.
  • Dominic Bess became the tenth England No. 8 batsman to register a fifty on debut and the first against Pakistan from that position.
  • Bess's match aggregate of 62 runs makes him the fifth most successful No.8 batsman for England on debut. William Scotton heads the list with 71 runs against Australia at Melbourne in 1881-82.
  • The partnership of 126 between Bess and Jos Buttler is the highest for England against Pakistan at Lord's for the seventh wicket. They surpassed the 69 between Alan Knott and Chris Old in 1974.
  • England's total of 242 is their lowest completed total since 1884-85 (when they made 207 against Australia at Sydney) to include a century partnership by the seventh wicket.
  • Mohammad Abbas became the fourth bowler to record five lbws in a Lord's Test joining Monty Panesar, Terry Alderman and Malcolm Marshall.


  • Sam Curran became the youngest English to celebrate his birthday during his debut Test. Godfrey Evans celebrated his 26th birthday during his debut Test although his birthday fell on the Rest Day.
  • Curran became the joint-third youngest player in Test cricket to celebrate their birthdays during their debut matches. Anwar Piju Hossain (Bangladesh) and Jerome Taylor (West Indies) celebrated their nineteenth birthdays whilst Australia's Graham McKenzie and Pakistan's Waqar Younis, like Curran, celebrated their twentieth birthdays.
  • At 19 years and 363 days, Curran is the seventh-youngest player to make his debut for England but only the two-hundred-and-second youngest from all countries.
  • Dominic Bess's 49 is the second-highest score by a nightwatchman at Headingley. Alec Bedser's 79 against Australia in 1948 heads the list.
  • England's 363 is their fifth-highest, completed total against Pakistan in which no-one has scored a century. Their highest is 391 at Lord's in 2001.
  • The match aggregate of 671 runs for thirty wickets is the ninth lowest (with a positive result) at Headingley.
  • Sarfraz Ahmed's five catches in the England is his second such feat against England in England. He is also the seventh wicket-keeper to take five catches in an innings at Headingley.