The Kangaroos got their first win of the tournament with an aggressive batting by Aaron Finch and David Warner while Bangladesh was at the receiving end.
Umar Akmal played a sizzling knock of 94 and shared a match winning partnership of 96 with Kamran Akmal as Pakistan triumphed against Australia.
The Kangaroos exhibited their strength in the shortest version of the game against the Proteas who surrendered a seven overs rain restricted game at Kingsmead.
The strong Australian side humiliated the depleted English unit by winning the 3rd T20 well led by an attacking unbeaten knock of 49 from 20 by George Bailey.
The Kangaroos continued their dominance against the visiting Englishmen who once again were unable to impress even in the shortest version of the game.
The Kangaroos continued their dominance over the Englishmen since the batsmen of the visitors were unable to chase a rather small target in the final ODI.
The Kangaroos continued with their demolition project against the Englishmen and grabbed the ODI series after the Ashes with a brilliant team work at Sydney.
The misery for the Englishmen continued on the tour when the 23-year-old young gun of Australia, James Faulkner, snatched away the match from the visitors.
Rohit Sharma led the invasion on Perth Scorchers whereas Dwayne Smith and rest of the batsmen assisted him well in the most important match of the event.