Hope you have read Part 1.
Continuing with individual performances:
Most wickets (40 or more):
Anderson has the most wickets, closely followed by SM Pollock.
The most 5-fors is 12 by SF Barnes. He also has the record of 6 10-fors.
His 49 wickets in 4 Tests of the 1913-14 series, where even Laker (46 in 5 Tests in 1956) has been surpassed.
Anderson, Broad and Rabada are the current players here.
Best innings bowling (includes all 8wi and better):
This is headed by Lohmann, whose 9-28 is the most economical 9-for in all Tests. Nothing after 1994.
Best match bowling (includes all 10wm and better):
Barnes leads here with the peak of his 1913-14 form. This was a Test record until Laker took 19-90 in 1956.
In recent years there is only Rabada’s 13-144 in 2015-16.
Best bowling average (Min 2000 balls, less than 35.00):
Barnes (who else?) leads here followed by C Blythe with the best bowling averages. For economy rates it is Verity followed by TL Goddard, and for strike rates it is Barnes followed by Rabada.
Most dismissals (25 or more):
Boucher has the most dismissals (105) and catches (103), Evans the most stumpings (12) and Mitchell the most catches by a non-keeper (43). The recent players here are de Kock followed by Bairstow and Stokes.
Most innings dismissals (5 and more):
de Kock has the best performance among current players. Stokes is the only non-keeper with 5 catches.
Most match dismissals (7 or more):
RC Russell’s 11 dismissals is a share in the world record also held by de Villiers and newcomer RR Pant.
Best dismissal rate (Minimum 20 innings, 0.600):
Boucher leads here, while Stokes has the best rate for a non-keeper. de Villiers and Root are the other current players here.
Overall (see criteria in table):
Led by the less familiar GA Faulkner and TL Goddard. Broad represents current players.
Match performance (50 and 5wi):
Includes some with the double of century + 5wi (Sinclair, Faulkner) and fifty + 10wm (MM Ali). Philander and Maharaj are also here, with the latter doing this during the current series.