The Australian cricket team thrashed Pakistan by an innings and five runs to win the first Test match at the Gabba in Brisbane.
With this win, Australia sealed their third victory in the ongoing ICC World Test Championship.
They also took a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.
Here are the records scripted in this match.
Pakistan managed 240 in the first innings after stumbling midway.
Left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc (4/52) was top notch.
In reply, Australia rode on two match-winning centuries by David Warner (154) and Marnus Labuschagne (185) to post 580.
Pakistan managed 335 in the second innings with Babar Azam (104) scoring a ton.
Josh Hazlewood (4/63) was terrific.
Starc (3/73) chipped in as well.
Warner slammed a 296-ball 154 that was laced with 10 fours.
This was his 22nd career Test century.
Warner now has 817 runs at the Gabba in Tests.
He went past Allan Border (779 runs).
This was his fourth century at this venue.
Marnus Labuschagne slammed his maiden career Test century (185).
He amassed 20 fours.
Hazlewood claimed six wickets in the match and now has 190 career Test scalps. Starc (seven scalps) now has 222 career Test wickets and surpassed Peter Siddle (221). Pat Cummins has raced to 48 Test wickets this year in just nine matches.
Babar Azam slammed his second career Test hundred.
Mohammad Rizwan scored a valiant 95 runs in the second innings.
This was his maiden career fifty in Test cricket.
Asad Shafiq (76) scored his 24th career Test fifty.
Yasir Shah (4/205) has races to 207 career Test scalps.
He needs two wickets more to get past former Pakistan legend Saqlain Mushtaq (208).
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