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Pakistan edged a low-scoring contest to wrap-up a 3-0 series whitewash against Bangladesh in Chittagong.
Despite only three Pakistan batsmen posting double figures in their below-par 177 all out, the total proved too steep for Bangladesh, who slumped to just 119 all out in reply.
Shoaib Malik (3-6) and Mohammad Hafeez (3-27) - two of 11 different spinners to bowl during the match - were too hot for the Tigers, who have now lost 22 consecutive ODIs against Pakistan.
The win completes a 3-0 ODI series victory for Misbah-ul-Haq's men and the tourists will look to extend their unbeaten run on tour when the two-Test series begins at the same venue on Friday.
Pakistan secured an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series on Saturday but, after winning the toss, their batsmen struggled on a turning wicket at Chittagong at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
Mohammad Hafeez fell for a duck in the first over, chipping a slower ball from Shafiul Islam into the covers, and Asad Shafiq made just seven before he was bowled through the gate by Shakib Al Hasan.
And the home fans were celebrating again in the 12th over when Younus Khan (26) threw away a start to leave his side in trouble at 39-3.
Misbah and Umar Akmal led a fourth-wicket counter-attack with a partnership worth 94, but Pakistan then lost their last seven wickets for 44 runs.
Misbah (47 from 89 balls) steadied the ship in typical fashion along with Akmal (57 from 84 balls), but the captain then played at a wide delivery from Abdur Razzak and steered the ball to short extra-cover.
Akmal attempted to improve the scoring rate but completely missed a delivery from Elias Sunny and was easily stumped, while Malik lasted just two balls before hitting a return catch to Razzak.
Shahid Afridi (nine) perished attempting a typical big hit and with none of Pakistan's last six batsmen reaching double figures, the home side had a great chance of claiming a rare victory.
Mahmudullah took three wickets from just seven deliveries bowled, the second of which handed Bangladesh wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim his 100th ODI victim.
But home hopes of victory suffered an immediate blow when key batsman Tamim Iqbal was bowled by off-spinner Hafeez from the opening delivery of the reply.
The run chase was briefly put back on track thanks to a half-century partnership between Shahriar Nafees and Mahmudullah, but after a 20-minute delay due to floodlight failure, Bangladesh crashed from 61-1 to 83-6.
Nafees had made 25 before he was pinned lbw by Saeed Ajmal (2-6) and spin also did for Mushfiqur (0) and Mahmudullah (35) as three wickets fell in the space of 14 deliveries.
With Bangladesh reeling, Pakistan turned the screw with the wickets of Shakib and Nasir Hossain in successive overs, leaving the home side tottering on 83-6.
Farhad Reza (21) and Alok Kapali (12) produced a spirited fightback, but when the former was wrongly adjudged lbw to Ajmal after a thick inside edge onto his pad, the game was up.