Chasing a target of 249, Pakistan were bundled out for a paltry 63 runs in 22.1 overs.
Akram has advised Muhammad Hafeez to give up bowling and just focus on his batting in a bid to extend his cricket career.
Mohammad Hafeez has been suspended from bowling earlier as well.
Saeed Ajmal's time in the limelight was cut short after a temporary ban for chucking saw him return to the sport in 2015 without the same form.
Sethi said the West Indies would come to Pakistan for the next five years each year and Pakistan will go to the USA each year in return.
Kohli has exhibited remarkable batting consistency and astute leadership in all three formats of the game. Kohli not only has a vision for Indian cricket but has also been able to implement measures within the team to achieve it.
The third PSL will have a new -- sixth -- franchise in Multan Sultans.
The former Pakistan captain maintained that sports and politics should be kept separate.
Sharjeel Khan's appeal against a five-year ban over spot-fixing was rejected this week with his lawyer Thursday vowing to challenge the decision in a higher court.
The PCB sources said the tour will now be planned next year when a window is available to both the teams even as the PCB has made no official comment on the fate of the tour.
Pakistan overtook New Zealand twice, after India the first and third matches of the series.
Former Pakistan seamer, Shoaib Akhtar is the latest cricketer to heap praise on the 38-year-old Indian and said that it was nice playing against him.
The Sri Lankan captain had claimed that they had used witchcraft to win the Test series against Pakistan.
Latif and batsman Sharjeel Khan were both found guilty by a three-member anti-corruption tribunal for spot-fixing and other breaches of the anti-corruption code.
Sri Lanka's surprise two-match Test series win against Pakistan this month was down to witchcraft, captain Dinesh Chandimal said Tuesday, drawing mockery on social media.
Shoaib Malik was named Man of the Series for the T20 International series Sri Lanka.
The first two matches, which Pakistan won by seven and two wickets respectively, were played in Abu Dhabi before Sri Lanka flew to Lahore in a 24-hour fly in, fly out arrangement.
Imran Khan said the cricket board deserved appreciation for getting the Sri Lankans to play in Lahore.