And, the fall of wicket started with Finch's own wicket in the opening over after he gave quite a room against Pakistani bowler Imad Wasim.
Paceman Faheem Ashraf and Shaheen Afridi both took two wickets apiece for Pakistan.
Set a target of 156 after Aaron Finch elected to field in Abu Dhabi, Australia were bowled out in 16.5 overs for their equal third-lowest total in a T20 global. However, they were blown away in a dramatic opening six overs after which they found themselves six wickets down.
Australia's hopes of taking the lead in the three-match series were soon over as they made a horrendous start to their reply, slumping to 22-6 with spinning all-rounder Imad taking 3-20 in his first global for a year. Nathan Coulter-Nile's 34 helped Australia go past its previous lowest T20 score of 79 made against England at Southampton in 2005 before he was the last man to be dismissed.
"That Powerplay was horrific.it was like a vehicle crash in slow motion", Finch said at the post-match press conference".
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The Australian captain, Aaron Finch, took the responsibility of their tragic defeat as he himself failed to lead the batting line up even against a target of just 155 runs. The second wicket stand between Babar and Mohammad Hafeez (39), top scorer in his country's first ever t20 worldwide, against England at Bristol in 2006, prospered and took the score to 105 in the 14 over and their side well on course to reach the 200 mark.
Australia left out Mitchell Starc but still picked three seamers in Nathan Coulter-Nile, Andrew Tye and Billy Stanlake.
Finch also told that their performance in the first T20I was so poor that they should now consider a change in the squad for the second match.
"I think when that many guys get bowled it's obviously alarming, particularly on a surface that didn't swing a hell of a lot".
In the end, Australia got all out for 89 as the host secured a dominant victory showing cricket fans around the world exactly why this ruthless side are the top team in the world.