Australia swept Pakistan with a 220-run win the third and final Test in Sydney, and here are Zero Wicket's player ratings for the third Test.
Matt Renshaw - 9
What an innings for Renshaw. A superb 184 for the 20-year-old, didn't bat in the second innings due to being ruled out with concussion, but his one turn with the bat was more than worth it.
David Warner - 9.5
A quick fire 113 followed by an even quicker second innings 55, and this was David Warner at his absolute best. He's now the only player to ever score a Test century before lunch on the opening day of a Test in Australia.
Usman Khawaja - 7
A poor first innings score of just 13 was saved by an unbeaten second innings total of 79, as the hosts flew to a quick second innings total.
Steve Smith - 7
Smith was named as the Player of the Series against Pakistan, but did most of his work in Brisbane and Melbourne, after being shaded by teammates with the bat in the third Test.
Peter Handscomb - 8.5
The Victorian just continues to dominate with the bat. 110 and an unbeaten 40 from just 26 deliveries meant Handscomb was one of the best once again.
Hilton Cartwright - 6
He only had one chance to impress in his debut, and 37 from 121 is a decent enough start to his Test career.
Matthew Wade - 6
Once again Wade underperformed with the bat, as just 29 will continue to bring up the debate over the wicketkeeping spot for the India tour.
Mitchell Starc - 6.5
The powerful left armer only took two wickets for the match, but was important alongside Josh Hazlewood as the pair played well as the only two seamers.
Steve O'Keefe - 7.5
Four wickets for O'Keefe was exactly what he was after given it was his only Test to impress before India, and he's done his touring selection chances no harm with this performance.
Josh Hazlewood - 9
A brilliant match by the paceman. 7/84 over the course of the Test were phenomenal figures.
Nathan Lyon - 7.5
Five wickets for Lyon in the match, and the pairing of O'Keefe and Lyon looks set to lead the charge in the sub-continent.