The first day/night (or pink-ball) Test was played between Australia and New Zealand in November 2015.
Since then a total of 10 such Tests have been played, ending with the one between the West Indies and Sri Lanka in June 2018.
Full Record of Day/Night Tests as on July 2018:
10 Tests is a good time to take stock of performances in these matches, though the sample size is too small to make averages and strike rates meaningful. India and Bangladesh have not played any such Test yet, though Zimbabwe has.
Note that 8 of the 10 matches have been won by the hosts (including one by Pakistan in UAE). Sri Lanka is the only exception, with wins over Pakistan in UAE and West Indies in West Indies over the past year.
Now for individual performances.
Most runs (200 and above):
Several hundreds have contributed to these totals. Asad Shafiq is the only one with 2 centuries, while SPD Smith is the only one with 4 scores above 50. And a number of the top scorers are still playing.
Highest innings scores (90 and above):
There is already a triple century, a double century and a near-double century.
Now for Bowling:
Most wickets (10 and above):
The top few wicket-takers include some who are still active. The only 10-for is by Bishoo (when his side lost) while Yasir Shah and Boult have two 5-fors apiece.
Best innings bowling (includes all instances of 5wi and above):
Bishoo’s figures are clearly the best. But Yasir Shah helped to ensure that Pakistan won that Test in Oct 2016.
Best match bowling (all instances of 8wm and above):
Bishoo is the only one with a 10-for, though Holder and Boult also have good figures. Holder’s effort also came in a loss.
Most dismissals (8 and above):
Sarfraz is likely to overtake Wade soon. Smith and Kusal Mendis have the most catches by a non-keeper.
Most innings dismissals (4 and above):
Wade is the only one with 5. Mendis is the only non-keeper with 4.
Most match dismissals (5 and above):
de Villiers has the best figures at the moment. Mendis also has the most catches (5) by a non-keeper.
Overall (see criteria):
Starc’s performance is more steady, though Holder did well in the most recent Test.
Match performance (see criteria):
Here we see that Holder’s match performance was the best, though he lost the Test as captain.