Michael Hussey and Glenn Maxwell starred to lead Australia to a three-wicket win in the third and final One Day International on Tuesday at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Hussey scored 65 for his 39th fifty and Maxwell hit a 38-ball 56 not out to round off a challenging chase of a target of 245 in 47 overs. -Photos by agencies

Mohammad Hafeez plays a shot. -Photo by AFP
Mohammad Hafeez plays a shot. -Photo by AFP
Australia players celebrate taking the wicket of Kamran Akmal. -Photo by AFP
Australia players celebrate taking the wicket of Kamran Akmal. -Photo by AFP
Abdur Rehman celebrates after taking the wicket of Australian batsman David Warner. -Photo by AFP
Abdur Rehman celebrates after taking the wicket of Australian batsman David Warner. -Photo by AFP
Kamran Akmal (R) celebrates after stumping out Australia's captain Michael Clarke. -Photo by AFP
Kamran Akmal (R) celebrates after stumping out Australia's captain Michael Clarke. -Photo by AFP
Michael Hussey reacts after the dismissal of his teammate Matthew Wade. -Photo by AFP
Michael Hussey reacts after the dismissal of his teammate Matthew Wade. -Photo by AFP
Michael Hussey (R) and Glenn Maxwell were crucial in Australia's win over Pakistan. -Photo by AFP
Michael Hussey (R) and Glenn Maxwell were crucial in Australia's win over Pakistan. -Photo by AFP
Australia pose with the trophy after winning the series 2-1. -Photo by AFP
Australia pose with the trophy after winning the series 2-1. -Photo by AFP
Mitchell Johnson celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's Nasir Jamshed. -Photo by AFP
Mitchell Johnson celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's Nasir Jamshed. -Photo by AFP
Pakistan's Abdur Rehman, second left, celebrates with his teammates after taking the wicket of Australia's Matthew Wade. -Photo by AP
Pakistan's Abdur Rehman, second left, celebrates with his teammates after taking the wicket of Australia's Matthew Wade. -Photo by AP

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Hal White
Sep 04, 2012 07:24am
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