Earlier, Mitchell Starc took advantage of a green-tinged pitch to help Australia restrict Pakistan to 106-8 after being sent in to bat by Finch. Starc took the key wicket of Pakistan captain Babar Azam, then hit the stumps of No. 3 Mohammad Rizwan to be on a hat trick in only the third over.
Haris Sohail survived the hat trick ball but the damage was done, with Iftikhar Ahmed (45) Pakistan's only batsman to make a significant contribution. Starc took 2-29 while Kane Richardson had 3-18 on a bouncy pitch.
"Our bowlers have done the job this series, so full credit to them," Warner said. Babar, the world's No.1-ranked T20 batsman, scored only six before being trapped lbw by Starc, with the decision confirmed on video review.
Seamer Sean Abbott (2-14), representing Australia for the first time since 2014, fell to his knees and pumped his fists after dismissing Imam-Ul-Haq with a short-pitched delivery which the opener top-edged to Ben McDermott at midwicket. Abbott was named man of the match.
Steve Smith hit an unbeaten 80 off 51 balls to lead Australia to a seven-wicket win over Pakistan in the second Twenty20 on Tuesday in Canberra. The first match was a no result because of rain in Sydney.
Smith didn't need to bat Friday but was awarded the player of the series. "It was nice to score a few the other day, and be consistent," Smith said. The teams will now play two test matches, the first beginning in Brisbane on Nov. 21 and the second, a day-night test, from Nov. 29 at the Adelaide Oval.
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