Pakistan won the one-day international series against Zimbabwe with a 3-0 whitewash by taking the closing match with 28 runs to spare at Harare Sports Club here yesterday.
Pakistan, having been put into bat by the hosts captain Brendan Taylor, set a target of 270-5 with Zimbabwe making 242-9 in reply.
Pakistan captain Ul Haq said the policy of sending out a young and relatively inexperienced team had paid off. He said: "This is all a good sign for the future of Pakistan cricket and from that viewpoint alone it was worth coming."
Pakistan, who had scrambled to a five run win in the opening match and took the second by 10 wickets, were always the dominant side.