Following their 2-0 series win over Pakistan at home, Australia strengthened their hold on the second spot in the ICC World Test Championship Table, but are still a fair way behind India who lead comfortably with 360 points.
Australia arrived at the ground hoping for a quick conclusion to another innings victory but, as they have made a habit of doing across these two Tests, the Pakistanis forced the bowlers to work for it.
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Despite the lopsided defeats, Azhar said they would still take some positives back home.
Victorious Australia captain Tim Paine said: "Probably barring a few slip-ups yesterday in the field, I think we've played some fantastic cricket over the last two Test matches".
Pakistan's unlikely centurion Yasir Shah on Sunday revealed why he was able to score big against Australia in the first innings of the second Test.
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But Lyon struck again, with Shafiq getting a thin edge to a flighted ball that carried to Warner at slip and he was gone for 57.
The new pink ball was taken when they returned and with the lights on it didn't take long to finish off the tail, with Hazlewood clean-bowling Mohammad Rizwan for 45 and Mohammad Abbas run out.
It capped another commanding victory for Australia who exploited Pakistan's inexperienced bowling attack, which includes two teenagers.
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Tougher opposition awaits them with the arrival this month of New Zealand for three Tests - in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.