Hope you have read Part 1.
Now we look at individual performances in
Most wickets (35 and above):
Qadir and Anderson share the record with 82 wickets. Anderson had played in part of this series. His long-term partner Broad is next with 67.
Best innings bowling (including7wi or more):
Led by Qadir and Botham, the latter taking 8-34 at Lord’s. The best in this series was 7-114 by Abrar Ahmed who was making his debut.
Best match bowling (including 10wm or more):
Led by Underwood and Qadir who each took 13 wickets. In this series Abrar Ahmed took 11-234 on debut
Bowling averages (Minimum 2000 balls, all instances):
The best bowling averages are by Anderson followed by Broad. The best economy rates are by Iqbal Qasim and DA Allen. The best strike rates are by Waqar Younis and Anderson.
Most dismissals (20 and above):
Headed by Wasim Bari, followed by Kamran Akmal and Knott. Bari and Sarfraz Ahmed have the most stumpings with 4. Root has the most catches by a fielder with 25.
Best innings fielding (5 or more dismissals):
Sarfraz Ahmed took 5 dismissals on 2 occasions, while GO Jones did so twice. No fielder took more than 4 catches.
Best match fielding (7 dismissals or more):
Wasim Bari and Kamran Akmal took 8 dismissals in a match. No fielder took more than 6.
Dismissal rate (Minimum 20 innings and 0.600):
Led by Knott and RW Taylor, followed by Wasim Bari. Root has the best rate for fielders.
Overall (see criteria in table):
Broad and Botham have the best performances.
50+ and 5wi in the match
Of these, the best would be Botham’s century and 8wi, and Qadir’s 61 and 10wm. Honourable mention to Imran Khan’s 100 runs and 8wm in 1982.