(Video) Australia register first Test win in Asia since 2011

Australia

Aryan Surana

Nathan Lyon's sterling 5 for 83 and skipper Pat Cummins three-fer ushered Australia to a 115-run victory in the series decider in Lahore on Friday, orchestrating the team's first Test series victory in Asia since 2011. Australia are sitting atop the World Test Championship table, with a points percentage of 75 thanks to five wins in eight matches. Babar Azam was Pakistan's last line of defence but Australia zipped through it with the new ball in hand.

Brief scores: Australia 391 & 227/3 beat Pakistan 268 and 235 (Imam-ul-Haq 70, Babar Azam 55; Nathan Lyon 5-82, Pat Cummins 3-23) by 115 runs.