1.6 Smith ventures to his left from second slip and gobbles the edge up in front of first slip. Nice and full, swings away outside off, Azhar follows the curve of the ball. Drives away from the body and nicks behind 15/1
    16.5 Sharjeel can't clear the long boundary, Warner snaps it up at the edge of the deep midwicket boundary. He lets out a big roar. Tossed up outside off, not much turn. Sharjeel goes down on one knee. Toe-ends a slog sweep. First wicket for Zampa, and that's a major blow for Pakistan 119/3
    13.6 Azam holes out to long-on running to his right. Good catch from Hazlewood. That's the major difference between the two teams. Good length and outside off, Azam drops down to one knee, attempts a slog-sweep, and skies it to Hazlewood. The bat twisted in Azam's hands, sucking all the power from the shot 88/2
    29.6 floated in on a good length outside off, Hafeez gets slow and goes for the slog sweep, it climbs on him slightly and takes the top of the bat and carries easily to deep midwicket on that long boundary 183/4
    35.5 Warner simply loves the SCG. He runs in from deep midwicket, attacks the ball, and pockets a low catch. Excellent judgement. He then turns back towards the crowd, lets out a roar, and thumps his chest. He enjoyed that catch. That's how you do it, Pakistan. Pushed through outside off, Malik drops to one knee and skies a slog-sweep. Only toe-ended it in the air... 215/5
    36.4 Pat Cummins calmly settles under the skier. Two wickets in two overs right after drinks. Starc digs it short and outside off. Slower bouncer. Umar has a limp pull at it, plays way early, and top-edges it into the hands of Cummins at short fine leg. Umar never really got going 218/6
    40.3 quick skidder from Zampa, fizzes in with the arm, beats the inside edge as Rizwan plays across the line and is pinged on the front pad above the knee-roll. The finger goes up. Nothing on Hotspot. Nothing on RTS. The tracker shows it would carry onto hit the top of leg stump. Umpire Gaffney's on-field call is vindicated. Rizwan's review in vain 245/7
    43.4 Imad shuffles a long way across the off stump, Hazlewood follows him with a very full ball. Imad aims to scoop it away over the keeper. Does not get enough bat on ball and ends up tickling a catch behind to Wade 267/9
    41.5 back of a length and outside off, 141ks, Amir, having backed away, slashes again, this time edging it behind to Wade at a comfortable height 252/8
    not out
    43.5 Australia beat Pakistan by 86 runs and sew up the series. Junaid bags a first-ball duck. Full and swerves in slightly, breaches Junaid's defences and hits the off stump 267/10
    9 (lb 5, w 4)
    267 all out (43.5 Overs, RR: 6.09)
    Fall of wickets: 1-15 (Azhar Ali, 1.6 ov), 2-88 (Babar Azam, 13.6 ov), 3-119 (Sharjeel Khan, 16.5 ov), 4-183 (Mohammad Hafeez, 29.6 ov), 5-215 (Shoaib Malik, 35.5 ov), 6-218 (Umar Akmal, 36.4 ov), 7-245 (Mohammad Rizwan, 40.3 ov), 8-252 (Mohammad Amir, 41.5 ov), 9-267 (Imad Wasim, 43.4 ov), 10-267 (Junaid Khan, 43.5 ov)
    MA Starc7.004216.00246030
    JR Hazlewood8.505436.11286100
    PJ Cummins8.004515.62234000
    TM Head10.006626.60223300
    A Zampa10.005535.50254110

Match Notes

Pakistan fall behind


Pakistan's scoring rate in overs 21 to 30. They had scored at 6.9 runs an over in the first-20 overs.

Warner's fifth


Centuries by David Warner in ODIs this season in just 13 inns. Equals Matthew Hayden's record for most hundreds by an Australia batsman in any season.

Pak rein in Warner


Balls it took David Warner to get his fifty (6 fours, 1 six) in this innings. He scored only 20 runs (1 four) off his next 35 balls.

So close, yet


Century opening stands for AUS in their last 17 ODI innings at the SCG. The last one came against Pakistan, in 2010.