In the first match, the Green Caps registered a comfortable 66-run triumph in Dubai on Wednesday, while on Friday, they registered a rather relaxed 11-run win despite Glenn Maxwell heroics.
Despite Pakistan's see-saw performance in both Tests and ODIs of late, Sarfraz Ahmed thinks the T20I series win over Australia is massive, both for records and morally. The third and final match is on Sunday.
This has been an impressive series for Pakistan so far as if one area of their team has not performed to their best so far, one of the other units has stepped up and they have been better than Australia in all departments in the opening two matches.
Sarfraz was full of praise for his team and Shaheen.
"The boys have worked hard in all facets, the result is just the reward. We have to back these players", he added.
"We just panicked a little bit again", Finch said. "We had our chances in all three games", said Finch. And when Pakistan put the squeeze on you, it can get tough.
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Although this is the fourth time that Pakistan defeated their opponents 3-0 in a T20I series in the United Arab Emirates they handed such a crushing defeat to Australia for the first time ever and among all Pakistani fans, former captain Shahid Afridi was also elated.
In response, Australia were bowled out for 117 in 19.1 overs thanks to Shadab Khan's 3/19. Maxwell hit a quick 37-ball half century but could not get the 23 runs in the last over as Australia - chasing 148 to win - ended up at 136-8 in their 20 overs.
Babar top-scored for the hosts for the third straight game before falling to Andrew Tye while Hafeez finished 32 not out.
Megan Schutt lead the way with the ball collecting two wickets (2-15), while spinner Jess Jonassen (0-17) made a successful return from injury.