Hafeez finished with 80 not out for his ninth Test half-century, his first in 11 innings, while Ahmed Shehzad notched his maiden fifty on his debut as Pakistan, set 302 runs in 67 overs, finished on 158-2.
Quinton de Kock was named Man of the Series for his record 342 runs in the three ODIs against India. He emulated Herschelle Gibbs and AB de Villiers in becoming the third South African to record three consecutive ODI hundreds.
Sri Lanka, led by Dinesh Chandimal, will have to overcome rustiness after most of their recent matches at home against New Zealand were ruined by rain.
The TTCB said on Sunday that its decision to impose a ban on Vijay Outim is to send a strong message that hooliganism in any form would not be tolerated.
Questioned on how he played despite restricted movements, he answered, "I just tried to avoid the pressure on my right hamstring and trying to deviate that pressure." He was all praise for young Virat Kohli's leadership skills.
David Boon, the match referee imposed the suspension after Sri Lanka were found to be three overs short of their target at the end of the match when time allowances were taken into consideration.
The mastermind of the gang, Lalit Solanki, said he placed bets to make quick money.
The triumph meant that World champions India, who won the Champions Trophy last month, continued their dominance in the 50-over format.
Former captain and chairman of selectors Dilip Vengsarkar admits that he has not witnessed a better finisher than the Jharkhand dasher.
India are atop the table with 122 rating points, ahead of Australia (114) and third placed of England (112).
Virat Kohli remained the top-ranked Indian batsman at the third spot, while pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar broke into the top-20
India beat Sri Lanka by one wicket to lift the title with man of the Match Dhoni being the hero of the triumph after striking a 52-ball 45.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who led India to a thrilling one-wicket win over Sri Lanka to lift the tri-series trophy, says his excellent finishing skills have a lot to do with the good cricketing sense.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni remains the only batsman in the history of ODIs to record an average of 100-plus in successful chases - his tally being 2102 in 72 matches, including two hundreds and 14 fifties.
Dhoni said he preferred to use a heavy bat in the final over of the Tri-nation ODI series title clash against Sri Lanka as it was perfect for slogging.
Bravo said he believes with every game he will get better and sooner rather than later, the West Indies will start winning more games.
MS Dhoni finished on 45 not out from 52 balls as India chased down their target of 202 with two balls to spare and 1 wicket to spare.
Needing 15 to win of the last over, MS Dhoni his two sixes and a boundary to steer India to a thrilling victory over Sri Lanka.