Captain Aaron Finch plundered an unbeaten half-century alongside opener David Warner as Australia thrashed Pakistan by 10 wickets in the final T20 International in Perth to wrap up the series.
Australia – who had won the second match by seven wickets in Canberra after the opener in Sydney finished as a no result because of rain – rattled past their victory target of 107 from just 11.5 overs.
Finch finished 52 off 36 balls, which included three sixes, while Warner made a rapid 48 as the hosts reached 109 without loss.
After losing the toss, Pakistan were sent into bat on a fast pitch which offered plenty of bounce as paceman Mitchell Starc struck twice in successive deliveries during the third over.
Captain Babar Azam (six) and recalled opener Imam-ul-Haq (14) both fell cheaply before Iftikhar Ahmed’s rapid 45 helped the tourists post 106 for eight. Kane Richardson also took three wickets for 18.
Cox shared a Kent record stand of 423 with Jack Leaning and hit 238 not out against Sussex.
Harmer took eight for 64 in the second innings.
The South African believes changes to the Kolpak rules have dashed his England chances.
The opener is hoping England’s top order can fire in the final two Tests against Pakistan.
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