Australia eased to a series victory against Pakistan after clinching a five-wicket win in the second one-day international in Dubai.
Pakistan’s target of 215 was comfortably chased down by Australia, Glenn Maxwell scoring 76 runs during a comfortable chase which was completed with almost seven overs to spare.
Pakistan had looked well set when Sarfraz Ahmed (65) and Ahmed Shehzad (61) put on an opening stand of 126, but a subsequent collapse scuppered their chances of victory.
Australia now have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series in the United Arab Emirates.
Sarfraz and Shehzad bedded in well after Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat, the latter being first to his half-century when he hit Nathan Lyon for four.
Shehzad was also uncharacteristically dropped by George Bailey at mid-off before Sarfraz followed him to 50, from 60 balls with four fours and a six.
It all changed when Shehzad pulled Xavier Doherty to mid-wicket and Mitchell Johnson (3-40) returned to the attack to have Sarfraz caught at point.
Captain Misbah-ul-Haq was run out for 15 and Umar Akmal made just five before becoming Johnson's second victim, again with the first ball of a spell.
Asad Shafiq hit Kane Richardson for six and Lyon for four but was then caught off the latter, chipping straight to Johnson for 29.
Shahid Afridi and Wahab Riaz contributed only two apiece and debutant Raza Hasan was run out without scoring - as was Mohammad Irfan to finish the innings.
Hasan nearly had a wicket in each of his first two overs, but replays showed Aaron Finch's edge dropped short of Umar Akmal before a leaping Fawad Alam was unable to cling on to Warner's sweep.
Finch made 14 before being given out on review after edging Irfan to wicket-keeper Sarfraz, who also caught Smith for 12 off Babar to leave Australia struggling slightly on 39-2.
Warner fell for 29 when a lusty blow was only prevented from going for six by the presence on the boundary of the 7ft Irfan, who took a good catch.
Maxwell had made only two when he edged Hasan to slip and was dropped by Akmal but he and Bailey put on 85 for the fourth wicket to give Australia total control.
Maxwell crashed Afridi for six and his 56-ball half-century also featured six fours, while Bailey was run out superbly for 28 by a direct hit from Shehzad.
Maxwell reached 76 from 81 balls before being caught off a top edge, with Brad Haddin (17 not out) and James Faulkner (26 not out) being left to complete the job.