Captain Kane Williamson left Black Caps for most games, but went on to fight the second T20 against Pakistan.
Early in the early stages of Kane Williamson, he was unable to cope with another twenty-two defeat on the New Zealand side.
Williamson's diving left-handed grabbed dangerous Fakhar Zaman (24), but the Pakistani champion continued in the shortest format while at the Black Caps 153-7 race he followed Dubai's sixth victory. They tried to keep home with three bullets.
This meant that Pakistani Pakistani Sarfraz Ahmed completed a remarkable 11th straight T20 victory over 2-0 and one on Monday (NZT), while the New Zealand collapse resulted in eight last nine defeats.
Just like in Abu Dhabi, New Zealand, the first international series was not far in the seventh months, but a fighting hardened, confident Pakistani caught the most important moments. The overnight international series will not be coming soon as the Black Caps begin to build the World Cup.
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"Thank you for playing Pakistan, it was a very clear pattern that was played in the last games and played very well," Williamson said.
"The first half was clinic for us and we had a good score on this surface and we were not far with the ball as we saw in the last game and this game is very small. There are balls here or a few shuttles when we're in trouble, but it's important to a little better. "
Pakistan went early and, despite the departure of Fakhar, season 13 was 96-1. New Zealand's terrain was up and down, and they longed for the decisive fall of Colin de Grandhomme from Ish Sodhi at Asif Ali at 17 o'clock.
Sodhi and Colin Munro placed the brakes on a hard track and was in balance. But he has the key in hand, and veteran Mohammad Hafeez has taken 14 from three balls of Sodhi to get the recipient the necessary breathing space.
When Tim Southee (1-26) led the way and clashed with the ball, New Zealand ended the fight and the pursuit went through Adam Milne as Pakistan needed seven.
Milne removed Shoaib Malik with his second ball, but the host came home to a Hafeez border.
Your coach, Gary Stead, spoke earlier, got 150. It was a fight, but thanks to the impressive power of Corey Anderson, tourists went to break, they felt they had to defend something.
Anderson unbeaten from 44 of the 25 balls was a vital contribution to boosting the stuttering New Zealand inning after the bat was decided.
It looked healthy in comparison: Pakistan twice overcame Australia last month for the 147-6 and 150-5, and on Thursday, 148-6 in Abu Dhabi, proved to be too much for New Zealand.
When Anderson arrived, Black Caps was 13th in 83-4, after Ross Taylor (3) tried the two.
After taking over her first international members in 17 months, Anderson showed her value while slightly lowering the length of the yorker to her leg, four four and two six.
He helped tourists get 27 out of the last two laps despite the 18-year-old Shaheen Afridi 3-20.
Otherwise it was a mixed bag. Munro's (44, 28) opening ceremony began vigorously in New Zealand, while Glenn Phillips (5 out of 12) again fought internationally.
Pakistan was released to the visitors, poorly placed in the team, missed the odds, Mohammad Hafeez and 32 of Munro.
Munro was refreshed when he was well set up and departed while Pakistani spinators re-applied the brake.
The upgraded de Grandhomme (4) slowly gained momentum, as Williamson (37 to 34) helped restore the competition and gave the platform to Anderson.