0 Previous instances of Pakistan successfully chasing a target of 300 or more in ODIs outside Asia, before the 303-run chase in this ODI. This was also the first time they chased 300 or more against a non-Asian team. Their highest successful chase outside Asia was 296 against Sri Lanka in Kimberley in April 1998 and highest against a non-Asian team was 295 against West Indies in Abu Dhabi in November 2008. Overall, this was their sixth-highest successful run-chase in ODIs.
9 Consecutive losses for Pakistan against Full Member teams before this win. Their last win was against England, in Abu Dhabi last year. Since then, they lost seven ODIs to England and two to New Zealand.
3 Five-match series wins for England by a margin for 4-1. Their last such win was in 1992 also against Pakistan and before that in 1984-85 against India. Only once they managed a whitewash in a five-match series - against Zimbabwe in 2001-02.
300 Runs by Sarfraz Ahmed in this series - the most by a Pakistan wicketkeeper in any ODI series. He eclipsed Umar Akmal's aggregate of 253 runs in the 2014 Asia Cup. He also ended as the highest run-getter of the series with a century and two fifties.
163 Runs added by Shoaib Malik and Sarfraz Ahmed for the fourth-wicket, is the third-biggest partnership for Pakistan against England for any wicket. This was Pakistan's first century stand of the series. Sarfraz was involved in four of the top-five stands for Pakistan in the series.
2 Three-wicket hauls by Pakistan bowlers in this series, both coming in this final ODI - 4 for 60 by Hasan Ali and 3 for 50 by Mohammad Amir. They had only three two-wicket hauls in the first three ODIs and their bowlers never took more than five wickets in any of those matches. In this match they got nine England wickets.
84.87 Average fourth-wicket partnership in this series - the highest in any bilateral series having 10 or more partnerships. Two of three highest partnerships of this series were for the fourth-wicket - 163 between Malik and Sarfraz in this match and an unbroken 161-run stand between Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler at Trent Bridge. There were four more half-century stands for the wicket. No other wicket had more than three 50-plus stands in this series.
7 Scores of 40 or more for Ben Stokes in his last 11 ODI innings. He made 40 or more in three of the four innings in this series including consecutive half-centuries in the last two ODIs. His 75 in this match is his highest score in ODIs beating his 70 against Australia at the WACA in January 2014.
5 England batsmen who aggregated 175 or more runs in this series, which is the most for them in a bilateral ODI series. Joe Root made 274 runs, Alex Hales 223, Ben Stokes 201, Jason Roy 181 and Eoin Morgan 179. They had four such batsmen in the 1992 series against Pakistan (five matches) and 2007 series against India (seven matches).