Pakistan wrapped up their tour of the West Indies with an 11-run win in the 2nd T20 international to complete a one-day double over the world T20 champions.
Shahid Afridi became the first player to hit 400 sixes in an international career before Zulfiqar Babar struck a last-ball six to give Pakistan a win over West Indies.
West Indies have retained 10 members of the squad that lifted the World Twenty20 title for the back-to-back T20Is against Pakistan.
Pakistan scrambled a four-wicket victory off the penultimate ball in the fifth and final one-day international against the West Indies at the Beausejour Stadium on Wednesday.
Pakistan defeated the West Indies by six wickets on the Duckworth/Lewis method in the fourth one-day international at the Beausejour Stadium on Sunday.
West Indies number 11 Jason Holder smashed 14 runs off the final over to earn his side a dramatic tie with Pakistan in the third ODI in St Lucia.
Darren and Dwayne Bravo provided the foundation for success as West Indies beat Pakistan by 37 runs in the second ODI to level the five-match series 1-1.
Afridi is eager to impress on his comeback and West Indies would feel he is not done with them yet as they face Pakistan in the 2nd ODI.
Afridi returned to international cricket with a blistering fifty and a career-best 7-12 as Pakistan recorded a thumping 126-run win over West Indies in first ODI.
Dwayne Bravo won and chose to bowl in the first international game in the country in more than two years, citing the overcast conditions and the showers expected later in the day as reasons for his decision.