Aaron Finch strike an unbeaten fifty as Australia stormed to a 10-wicket victory in excess of Pakistan in the 3rd Twenty20 global, sealing a 2- triumph in the a few-match collection. He finished with 52 off 36 balls while Warner was unbeaten on 48 off 35.
Steve Smith had hit an unbeaten 80 off 51 balls to lead Australia to a seven-wicket win over the tourists in the second Twenty20 on Tuesday in Canberra.
In an interview previous year, Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell highlighted his mental health problems.
"Warner and Finch batted very well, and hopefully our bowlers can learn from that", Rashid said through an interpreter. "We have no doubt he will fit well into the team". Only two runs came in the last two overs as Pakistan finished with a poor 106-8 off its 20 overs. Australia were also ahead in the first match of the series before it was called off due to rain.
"But it's really good we're playing good cricket".
Richardson took most wickets (6) in the series. Maddinson's withdrawal also means that he will not be considered for a spot in Australia's Test squad for the upcoming series against Pakistan.
"My mum said to me once - I was having a bit of a lean patch, and she said, "the next ball is the first ball of the rest of your career", Abbott explained, adding that his mother was in tears at his inclusion in the match.
The result illustrated the huge gulf between the two sides in the given condition. Only Azam and Ahmed have shown signs of life in the batting department this series and, again, no one else stood up.
A fired up Mitchell Starc is what the Perth crowd was treated to from the first ball of the final T20 against Pakistan.
Opener Imamul Haq, brought into the team for the out-of-form Fakhar Zaman, didn't fare much better.
Pakistan selected two debutants, with middle-order batsman Khushdil Shah and 19-year-old pacer Muhammad Musa coming into the team, alongside Mohammad Hasnain and Imam-ul-Haq.