SYDNEY: Australia clinched a series clean sweep with an emphatic 220-run win over Pakistan in the third Test in Sydney on Saturday.
The tourists were all out shortly before tea on the final day for 244 chasing 465 runs with paceman Josh Hazlewood and spinner Steve O'Keefe both snaring three wickets.
Pakistan's hopes of holding out for a draw evaporated with the dismissals of leading series runscorer Azhar Ali and veteran Younis Khan before lunch.
Wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed topscored with a fighting unbeaten 72 off 70 balls.
Australia completed a series clean sweep after a 39-run win at the Gabba and an innings and 18-run victory in Melbourne.
It was Pakistan's 12th straight defeat since their last Test win in Australia in Sydney 22 years ago.
David Warner was named man of the match for his scintillating hundred before lunch on the opening day, while skipper Steve Smith was announced as the official player of the series.
The tourists lost four wickets in the first session after resuming at 55 for one.
The highest target successfully chased down in the fourth innings at the Sydney Cricket Ground was Australia's 288 for two against South Africa in 2006.
Azhar Ali lasted just six balls into the final day before he was out in a soft dismissal on his overnight score of 11.
He tried to work Josh Hazlewood to the leg-side only to bunt the ball back to the bowler for an easy return catch.
Azhar finished as the highest Pakistan runscorer in a series in Australia with 406 at 81.20.
Babar Azam followed in Hazlewood's next over, trapped leg before wicket for nine to end a disappointing series with a total of just 68 runs from six innings.