Hosts chased down target of 300+ for the first time in ODIs, getting to 309 with four wickets and an over to spare.
Ahmed Shehzad's fifty helped visitors to chase down 125 after Hasan Ali and Shadab Khan took two wickets apiece to limit hosts to a below-par total.
The home side easily chase down below par target of 138 with seven wickets and over five overs to spare.
Hosts failed to chase down 133, losing by three runs after a fantastic bowling display by the visitors.
Writing in his exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, Aamir Sohail retraces the steps of Pakistan's victorious World Cup campaign in 1992, explains why the team owes a lot to Imran Khan and Javed Miandad for their contributions to the ultimate victory, expresses his views on PCB's decision to ignore Imran Khan from the commemorative video tribute for the 1992 World Cup winners and examines what he believes is the PCB's inept handling of the PSL spot-fixing affair.
The debutant took 3/7 off his four overs as the visitors chased down 112 thanks to Shoaib Malik's unbeaten 38*.
Writing in his exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, Azhar Mahmood shares his views on the impressive group of youngsters whom he supervised in the recently concluded camp for the West Indies tour, explains the importance of fitness as a key criteria for selection in the Pakistan team, his expectations from Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz to win more games for Pakistan and pays tribute to the late Bob Woolmer.
Writing in his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Mohammad Zahid examines the issues related to the ongoing PSL corruption scandal, the poor state of domestic cricket in Pakistan, how PCB can learn from the manner in which Cricket Australia looks after their fast-bowlers and why Pakistan must move on from Umar Akmal.
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Three wickets for Mohammad Asghar and two apiece for Wahab Riaz and Hasan Ali derailed Quetta's chase as they fell well short in chase of 149.