The 2-Test series was drawn 1-1. This is the overall summary:
Pakistan leads 21-17 overall. They also lead 9-8 for matches in Sri Lanka as well as 9-6 in Pakistan. However they are tied at 3-3 for matches in neutral countries.
We look at individual performances, starting with
Most runs (750 or more):
The most centuries are 10 by Sangakkara, followed by 8 by Aravinda and Younis Khan.
The most 50+ scores are 22 by Sangakkara, followed by 14 by Younis Khan.
Sangakkara has the most runs, followed by Younis Khan by some distance.
Mathews and Azhar Ali have the most runs among current players.
Highest innings (150 or more):
Matches between these teams have generally been high-scoring, with a triple century by Younis Khan and 250+ by Jayasuriya follwed by several other double centuries. The highest score in this series was 160* by A Shafique (that too in a 4th-innings chase).
Highest batting averages (Minimum 20 innings, 30.00):
Sangakkara’s average of 74+ is considerably more than the next (Inzamam with 59+). Mathews and Karunaratne have the highest averages among current players.
Highest strike rates (Minimum 1000 balls faced, 45.00):
Unexpectedly, the highest strike rate was 70+ by Sarfaraz Ahmed followed by Dilshan at 63+. Babar Azam and Karunaratne have the best figures among current players.
To be continued: https://abn397.wordpress.com/2022/08/01/review-of-pakistan-sri-lanka-tests-jul-2022-part-2/