Misbah-Ul-Haq admitted that Pakistan's incapability in yielding 20 wickets in all three Tests resulted in the dust smacking defeat.
Misbah’s team arrived in Australia after losing its 2-1 home series against South Africa.
The team was confident that it would at least take over the edge on one Test in the series if not all.
Pakistani team was outclassed with the death of their spirit that was marked at Sydney’s Cricket Ground on Saturday when they were shattered to a 220-run abort losing by 3-0.
The 42-year-old Misbah decoded before the media that their benchmarking bowling strength was their forte of pride but it had been a disappointing series when they failed to pick 20 wickets in any of the Tests.
MISBAH UL HAQ BLAMED THE ALIEN CONDITIONS FOR THEIR DEFEAT:
Saturday’s breakdown was recorded as Pakistan’s 12th straight fall in Australia in the four series sweeps since 1999.
Misbah said that if they abstain from touring frequently to Australia or South Africa this is how they would have to taste the defeat.
He had earlier advocated about sending his players to Australia on a regular basis for practicing on the foreign soil for refining their cricketing competencies.
The skipper justified his team’s failure by stating that there were about eight boys who had come to Australia for the first time and had experienced the climatic challenges while playing in a newer atmosphere.
Pakistan’s bowling broil could not help the team any further. Moreover, he said that the spearhead Mohammad Amir remained in the treatment room for much of the time during the series.