The series was drawn 2-2. The overall record in 81 Tests between these teams is 24 won by England, 20 by Pakistan and 37 drawn. Tests have also been played at neutral venues (all in the UAE). Results vary considerably among venues, as you can see here:
Starting with batting, here are all those who scored 750 or more runs in Tests between these teams:
Cook and Inzaman head this list, followed by other current players Younis Khan, Misbah, Root and Asad Shafiq.
Highest innings scores (175 and above):
Root and Younis scored 200+ in this series.
We also see that the most centuries scored were 6 by M. Yousuf, followed by 5 each by Cook and Inzamam. The most scores of 50+ were 15 by Inzamam, followed by 14 (Mushtaq Mohammad), 13 (Salim Malik) and 12 (Cook).
The highest averages (30 and above, minimum 20 innings batted):
Among current players, Cook has the highest average (just above 50). Younis Khan is close behind with 46.
Now for bowling:
The most wickets (30 and above):
Abdul Qadir is far ahead of everyone else, including the present leaders Anderson and Broad.
Qadir also has the most fivers (8) followed by Imran and Underwood with 4. Qadir also took 4 tenners, while no one else has achieved this more than once.
Now for innings bowling (7wi and above):
Nothing outstanding in recent years, other than Ajmal’s 7-55 in 2012.
Match bowling (9wm and above):
Woakes and Yasir Shah took tenners in this series, while Ajmal had done so in 2012.
Bowling averages (minimum 2000 balls bowled):
This includes all 16 bowlers with the qualifying number of balls bowled. It can be seen that Anderson has the best bowling average, Iqbal Qasim the best economy and Waqar Younis the best strike rate.
Now for fielding:
Most dismissals (15 and above):
It can also be seen that Bari and Sarfraz have the most stumpings (4), Bari the most catches by a keeper (50) while Miandad and Younis Khan have the most catches by non-keepers (20).
Best innings fielding (5 or more dismissals):
Sarfraz Ahmed achieved this during this series.
Best match fielding (6 or more dismissals)
Bairstow and Sarfraz Ahmed appear here from this series. Also note that Greig and Hick each took 6 catches as non-keepers.
Dismissal rate (minimum 20 innings and 0.500 dismissals/inning):
Mohammad Hafeez has the highest rate among current players, followed by Younis Khan.
Overall (see criteria in table):
Botham clearly leads Intikhab here. Imran Khan does not seem to have batted well enough against England.
Match all-round performances (at least one 50+ and one 5wi):
Imran and Botham appear here, along with Qadir with an unusual fifty plus 10wm. Botham scored a century and took 8wi in 1978.