England secured a 3-0 series whitewash with a Super Over win over Pakistan in the final T20 international in Sharjah.
After the two sides both scored 154 from their 20 overs, Chris Jordan bowled a terrific Super Over, conceding only three runs to Shahid Afridi and Umar Akmal, bowling the latter off the final ball.
Needing four to win, England sent in captain Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler to face Afridi but the pair struggled to get the leg-spinner away, taking five balls to secure a thrilling victory.
After returning England skipper Morgan had earlier won the toss and decided to bat first, Aamer Yamin (1-12) removed Jason Roy lbw first ball.
Despite the early wicket, Joe Root (32 off 22 balls) hammered four fours and a six, putting on 48 for the second wicket with James Vince (46 off 45 balls) - who was dropped by Sohail Tanvir (2-36) off his own bowling in the second over.
Vince was on just four at the time, but Tanvir, who dropped a couple of sitters in the series, couldn't really be blamed this time, with very little time to react to the ball blasted back at him.
Pakistan did get a second breakthrough, and a third, in the sixth over, as Afridi (2-19) - who took 3-15 in defeat in Dubai on Friday - removed Root and Moeen Ali in consecutive deliveries.
Root was bowled, attempting a huge heave to leg, while Moeen cross-batted the ball straight back to Afridi who took a sharp return catch.
Vince denied Afridi his hat-trick by safely defending the first ball of his next over, and Morgan (15 off 14 balls) smashed Anwar Ali (1-35) over long on for six as England again looked to accelerate.
But their efforts were thwarted, with Morgan first bowled by Shoaib Malik (1-8), and then Buttler run out for only two in the 11th over, reward for a Pakistan side that looked much sharper in the field than in the first two T20Is of the series.
Sam Billings then fell for eight, top-edging Anwar, a ball after hitting his only boundary as England slipped further into trouble at 88-6 with still over seven overs to bat.
Chris Woakes - who was dropped on 19 by Anwar at third man - blasted three superb sixes and one four in a 24-ball 37, putting on 60 for the seventh wicket with Vince.
Woakes fell first ball of Tanvir's final over, and Vince off the penultimate ball - both finding Akmal at deep midwicket - but their efforts helped England post a competitive 155-run target.
Pakistan's reply got off to a calamitous start as David Willey (3-36) bowled Ahmed Shehzad, attempting an ugly heave across the line, and Mohammad Hafeez - whose shambolic running has been a feature of the ODI and T20I series' - was run out.
Willey added a third wicket in the third over, trapping Rafatullah Mohmand lbw first ball to reduce the hosts to 11-3.
Shoaib Malik hit a sensational 75 off 54 for Pakistan, rebuilding initially with Mohammad Rizwan (24 off 23 balls), the latter punishing Jordan (0-39) for three fours in one over, before falling to a terrific clawed catch by Adil Rashid (1-29) off his own bowling.
The catch was referred to the third umpire, and although slow-motion replays suggested some doubt as to whether Rashid grabbed the ball cleanly, the decision stayed in the bowler's favour.
Moeen (1-22) got in on the act by adding the wicket of Akmal for four in the 12th over, but England's spinners were then targeted, with Afridi hitting both for sixes in their final overs, and Malik smashing Moeen for a second from his.
Malik brought up his fifty, off 39 balls, in the 15th over, as he hit Woakes for back-to-back fours, only to be trumped by Afridi, who smacked Willey for a huge six over midwicket in the next.
Willey got his revenge, by bowling Afridi round his legs, leaving Pakistan still needing 27 from the final 15 balls, but Malik cracked two fours from Willey's final two balls to turn the match in Pakistan's favour once again.
With 10 needed from the final over, Tanvir tonked Woakes for six over long on second ball, but Woakes (1-26) recovered brilliantly, picking up the key wicket of Malik off the penultimate ball, and then denying Pakistan the two they needed to win from the final delivery.
Tanvir managed to scamper through for a bye to take the match to a Super Over, but Jordan's incredible effort with the ball helped England finish their tour of the UAE with another win.