Australia won the series 2-0, which resulted in this table for WTC points:
Australia moved into second place with a large lead over the next-placed New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
It was also the 14th successive loss for Pakistan in Australia, starting with a 3-0 loss in 1999/2000 and extending over 5 series:
Scattered among these 14 losses. there are 9 Tests in neutral venues (one in SL, 6 in the UAE and 2 in England) where the teams are matched 4-4 with 1 draw. That one draw in Dubai in October 2018 is the only one without a result since 1999, as you can see above.
The overall history of Tests between these teams:
We now look at individual performances.
Separate posts concerning the performances of David Warner and Yasir Shah:
Most runs (750 runs and above):
Miandad, Border and Greg Chappell have the most centuries (6 each). Border and Zaheer Abbas have the most 50+ scores (14 each).
Among current players, Warner has the most runs (1084) followed by Steve Smith (755).
Highest innings (150 and above):
Warner now has the highest score in Tests between these countries, surpassing Mark Taylor’s 334* in Pakistan in 1998. The previous highest for Australia in Australia was Yallop’s 268 in 1983.
Other high scores in recent years include Labuschagne’s 185, Renshaw’s 184 in 2017 and Younis Khan’s 175* also in 2017.
Highest batting averages (Minimum 20 innings, all instances):
Mark Taylor has a much higher batting average than the next batsman Ponting. Warner is not here as he has not played enough against Pakistan.
Highest strike rates (Minimum 1000 balls faced, 50.00 and above):
Warner clearly has the best strike rate here. Ponting is a distant second.