HARRARE - Pakistan put together 116 runs against Australia in the second T20 in Harare after the team's top order had endured a horrific collapse.
After the top five batsmen were out for just 47 runs on the board, middle-order batsman Asif Ali staged a late resurgence with 22 runs off 20 deliveries.
Shoaib Malik, who became the first male player to complete a century of T20Is today, was run out for 13.
Faheem (21) and Shadab (29) then helped Pakistan reach 116 in their second match of the Aus-Zim-Pak tri-series being played in Zimbabwe.
Aussie pacer Billy Stanlake took four wickets for his teams, giving away only eight runs in his four-over quota.