Babar's 50 came off just 40 balls and included a superbly executed upper cut for six off Nathan Coulter-Nile, the bowler only able to watch on as the ball sailed over the third-man boundary.
Meanwhile, Pakistan's 3-0 series win means they will remain the number-one ranked side irrespective of how their upcoming series against fifth-ranked New Zealand and the three-match series between second-ranked India and seventh-ranked Windies pan out.
Pakistan downed Australia by 33 runs in the third and final Twenty20 worldwide in Dubai to register a 3-0 whitewash on Sunday.
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Australia crumbled to a 373-run loss in the second Test against Pakistan, losing 7-75 in their first dig then 4-7 in their second innings. Leg-spinner Adam Zampa hasn't been amongst the wickets but has kept the runs down in both games.
Shadab (3-19) led the way for Pakistan's bowlers, while opening batsman Babar again tormented the tourists with a classy half-century. He was the only player in the squad not to get a start against Australia.
That set the tone for Australia's downfall and, although Marsh (21) briefly threatened a comeback, Hasan Ali (2-14) mopped up the tail to seal a comfortable victory in the final over.
"The journey over the two years has been excellent but it was also tough", Sarfraz said. All the series that we have played, we have played against the top teams and I think we should get the credit for that. He celebrated his return to worldwide cricket after nearly a year in the first game picking up 3/20 and then backed it up with another clinical show in the second T20I returning stunning figures of 4-1-8-1.