Hope that you have read Part 1.
Continuing with individual performances in
Most wickets (25 or more):
The top three wicket-takers are spinners, which is uncommon in modern times. Only Herath has two 10-fors. He also has the most (8) 5-fors.
Best innings bowling (6wi or more):
Muralitharan does not seem to have done that well against Pakistan, although Herath has. The two Ws are hardly seen here, though spinner Yasir Shah is more prominent here.
Best match bowling (including all 9wm and above):
Again dominated by spin.
Best bowling average (min 2000 balls, all instances):
The two Ws have the best bowling averages. Akram and Abdur Rehman have the best economy and Younis and Yasir Shah the best strike rate. Imran Khan did not play enough.
Now to Fielding:
Most dismissals (15 and above):
Moin Khan leads here. However, Sarfaraz Ahmed has the most stumpings. M Jayawardene has the most catches by a non-keeper.
Most innings dismissals (5 and more):
Chandimal leads here. No non-keeper has 4 catches.
Most match dismissals (6 or more):
The lesser known Jayawardene leads here, while the better known namesake is the only non-keeper with 6 catches.
Dismissal rate (min 20 innings, 0.50):
Moin Khan has a much higher dismissal rate than the next-in-line Chandimal. Note that several players from Chandimal downwards have played both as keepers and non-keepers. Moin Khan appears to be the only one who has played exclusively as a keeper.
All-round performance (see criteria below):
This is on expected lines, as Imran Khan did not play enough against SL. So Akram emerges as the best all-rounder.
All-round match performance (fifty and 5wi):
It is difficult to choose among these.