He also holds the record for the fastest to seventh, 13th, 14th and 15th ODI ton in world cricket.
Imamul Haq and Babar Azam share unbroken 190-run stand for second wicket, leading Pakistan to a nine-wicket victory in 3rd ODI.
“He [Babar] batted us out of the game. I took some things on board for my own game to learn from that innings,” says Labuschagne.
The 27-year-old cracked 104 off 108 balls in only his fourth ODI, while Travis Head struck 89 and Marnus Labuschagne hit 59.
Pakistan head coach Saqlain Mushtaq rules out concerns that Men in Green played in the first ODI under any physiological pressure.
Opener's 72-ball 101 guides Australia to a challenging 313-7 as his team bowls Pakistan out for 225 in 45.2 overs.
Wicketkeeper Josh Inglis tested positive on Monday, while spinner Ashton Agar failed his test today.
The three-match One-day International begins with the first game on Tuesday.
Smith says he does not regard the injury as a major issue; Mitchell Swepson announced as replacement.
Chasing 351 to win, Pakistan folded for just 235.
On the final day of the final Test, Babar Azam's side lost a series they only ever wanted to draw.
Khawaja hit the century and Smith became the fastest batter to 8,000 Test runs before Aussies declared the innings on 227-3.
“We have given ourselves a really good opportunity [to win], in front of the game and hopefully we will bat well," says Cummins
Australian skipper Pat Cummins finished with 5-56; Azhar Ali completed 7,000 Test runs.
The visitors owed their recovery to a third-wicket stand of 138 between Khawaja and Smith.
”It’s a different feeling to play in front of a home crowd, at my home ground. I can’t explain this feeling,” says Babar Azam.
Australian players and officials have been given the status of state guests, according to the government directions.
“Reverse swing is going to be the biggest factor in the last Test," says Cummins.
“Their intensity and their aggression are going to be a big part of fast bowling, it has to be," says the former Australian quick.
Says he "piled misery" on Australia and "played an all-time great knock" to raise the team's hopes of an unlikely win.
"We will try our best and produce a result in our favour in Lahore," says Pakistan's head coach.
Australia were scheduled to play three ODIs and one T20I in Rawalpindi.
The wicket at Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium will be something of an unknown as it hosts its first Test since 2009.
England great Michael Vaughan, Indian journo Rajdeep Sardesai among those who think there is no finer batter in the game today.
Captain’s clutch knock may have ended in a heartbreak but he still managed to enter his name in record books.
Babar Azam misses out on maiden double century, Mohammad Rizwan gets a 100 as second Test is saved.
Set a daunting 506-run target, Babar knocked his sixth Test century to guide Pakistan to 192-2.
Babar Azam's 36 was the highest score for hosts; Mitchell Starc was pick of Australia bowlers, claiming 3-29.
“I think the pitch has started to show signs of inconsistency, lot of spin from this end,” says Australia's Alex Carey.
The elegant left-hander makes an unbeaten 127, including 13 fours and a six.