Nasir Jamshed scored another century as Pakistan wrapped up the one-day international series against India with an 85-run win at Kolkata.
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The tourists' total of 250 proved enough to give them a second victory in this three-match series, as India managed just 165 in reply.
Jamshed was the star again, following his 101 in the series-opening six-wicket win at Chennai with 106.
The 23-year-old shared in an opening partnership of 141 with Mohammad Hafeez, which was only ended in the 24th over when Hafeez - attempting to sweep Ravindra Jadeja - missed and was bowled for 76, from 74 balls.
Four runs later Azhar Ali was run out for just two and India got lucky eight overs later when Younus Khan was given out lbw for 10 by umpire Vineet Kulkarni - the batsman got a huge inside edge on Suresh Raina's delivery before it struck him on the pad in front of middle stump.
Misbah-ul-Haq was next to fall, in the following over, when he was lbw off the bowling of Ravichandran Ashwin, for just two.
However, Jamshed continued to flourish and after surviving a run out appeal in the 38th over he reached his century in the 40th with a driven four off Ashwin over mid-off. It carried the tourists past 200.
Jamshed's innings ended when he advanced down the pitch to Jadeja but was stumped by Mahendra Singh Dhoni to leave his team 210 for five. His contribution contained 12 fours and two sixes.
The score had not advanced when Kamran Akmal became Jadeja's third scalp when Virender Sehwag caught him at slip, juggling the ball before bringing it under control - and Jadeja went on to complete a double wicket maiden.
Ishant Sharma had Shoaib Malik caught for 24 by Yuvraj Singh, making the score 236 for seven in the 47th over - and in the next over Saeed Ajmal went for seven when he was caught by Sehwag off Bhuvneshwar Kumar's bowling.
Umar Gul was bowled by Sharma for a run-a-ball 17 - and Pakistan's innings ended with the third ball of the 49th over when Mohammad Irfan was bowled without scoring.
Sharma finished with three wickets for 34 runs and Jadeja three for 41.
India's reply was at 42 in the 11th over when Gautam Gambhir became the first wicket to fall, bowled by Junaid Khan.
It was 55 for two when Virat Kohli was caught by wicketkeeper Akmal for six off Junaid, the last ball of the 12th over.
India's plight worsened when Sehwag was lbw to Gul for 31, leaving them 59 for three in the 15th over.
Yuvraj had made just nine when he was caught by Akmal off Gul and in the 26th over Raina was caught by Akmal for 18, off Hafeez.
India reached three figures in the 29th over but the run rate was climbing noticeably and Ashwin was next to go when he missed a Shoaib delivery and was stumped for three by Akmal.
Dhoni and Jadeja had added 28 for the seventh wicket when the latter went for 13 - caught by Khan off Ajmal, who trapped Kumar lbw just two balls later.
The end was nigh just two balls later when Ashok Dinda was lbw without scoring, giving Ajmal his third wicket of the over and figures of three for 20.
Captain Dhoni showed late resistance, taking over as top scorer and surviving a late chance offered to Shoaib at long-on before reaching his half-century in a last-wicket stand of 33 - the second highest of the innings.
However, when Sharma was bowled by Junaid for two, Dhoni was left unbeaten on 54 and the contest - and series - were decided, ahead of the finale in Delhi on Sunday.