Pakistan beat Australia by 33 runs for Twenty20 clean sweep

Pakistan to bat first in final T20I against Australia

Pakistan beats Australia to secure clean sweep Twenty20 series win

With the series already in the bag, Pakistan made two changes, replacing Fakhar Zaman with Sahibzada Farhan and Shaheen Afridi with Usman Khan - all four from the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, illustrating how hungry and determined Pathans are in capitalizing the opportunities, they were perhaps denied in the past.

Australia reinforced its spin department and brought in experienced off-spinner Nathan Lyon while dropping fast bowler Billy Stanlake.

On Monday, it was announced that Babar Azam, who struck two half-centuries in the three-match series to aggregate 163 runs, had leapfrogged Aaron Finch to reclaim the top spot.

Due to their continuos flops with the bat in hand, Australia sluped to a shameful 3-0 T20I whitewash at the hands of Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Pakistan justified their world-number-one ranking in the shortest format of the game, following a 66-run thrashing in Abu Dhabi with an 11-run win in Dubai.

Australia was once again derailed at the outset with D'Arcy Short getting run out for two in a controversial manner with replays showing he had grounded the bat but was given out by television umpire Riaz Rashid.

Carey, promoted to open the innings, smashed two fours and two sixes in Imad Wasim's first over of the innings but they lost wickets at regular intervals.

In reply, Australia were bowled out for 117 in 19.1 overs, with Ben McDermott and Mitchell Marsh scoring 21 each.

Zampa was the last man to fall as Hasan Ali (2-14) wrapped things up, sending Australia home with their tails between their legs.

Pakistan beat Australia by 11 runs in the second fixture to clinch its 10th consecutive Twenty20 worldwide series.

Captain Sarfraz Ahmed says it was a good team effort. However, Babar and Farhan scored 50 and 39 runs respectively.

"Any time you lose 28 wickets in three games in T20 cricket, that's not going to win you many games at all".

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