England, the first test team to clean sweep all three matches in Pakistan, triumphed by eight wickets in the third and final game on Tuesday in Karachi.
Following their victories in Rawalpindi and Multan, England easily chased down a score of 167 after holding Pakistan to 216 in the second innings.
Zak Crawley (41) and Ben Duckett (82 not out) put England off to a quick start with an opening partnership of 87 runs, but Crawley was finally bowled by Abrar Ahmed.
On day four’s morning session, though, a 73-run partnership between captain Ben Stokes and Duckett sealed the victory. Rehan Ahmed, an all-arounder for England who was shifted to the third spot, scored 10 runs before the leg spinner lost his off-stump.