Pakistan players look on during day five of the Third Test match between Australia and Pakistan at Sydney Cricket Ground on January 7, 2017 in Sydney, Australia.

Pakistan fell to another Test loss against Australia, this time by 220 runs in Sydney. Here are Zero Wicket's player ratings for the third Test.

Azhar Ali - 7

Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali hooks a delivery from the Australian bowling during the second day of the third cricket Test match at the SCG in Sydney on January 4, 2017. WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images

Ali was easily Pakistan's best over the entire series, and another solid score of 71 in the first innings will give the opener plenty of confidence for Pakistan's next series against the West Indies.

Sharjeel Khan - 6.5

The debutant fell for just four in his first effort with the bat, but came out much stronger in the second innings with 40 from just 38 deliveries.

Babar Azam - 4

Only made nine second innings runs over the course of the Test, and was dismissed by Josh Hazlewood on both occasions, and twice given out lbw.

Younis Khan - 9

Pakistan's batsman Younis Khan celebrates after scoring a century against Australia during the third day of the third cricket Test match at the SCG in Sydney on January 5, 2017. WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images

An unbeaten 175 from the 39-year-old shows just how illustrious his career has been. A wonderful knock.

Misbah-ul-Haq - 7

Probably his best game all series, and that's saying something. Misbah just couldn't find his groove in Australia this time around.

Asad Shafiq - 6

Pakistan batsman Asad Shafiq (R) cuts a ball away as Australia's fieldsmen Peter Handscomb (C) and Matthew Wade (L) look on on the final day of the third cricket Test match at the SCG, in Sydney on January 7, 2017. WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images

Another middle-order batsman that just couldn't find a consistent stretch of runs, as Shafiq's 137 in the first Test was as damaging as he got.

Sarfraz Ahmed - 7.5

A powerful unbeaten 72 from 70 in the second innings showed Sarfraz's class, but it was ultimately to no avail as his side were never really in the hunt.

Mohammad Amir - 4

A side strain kept the ball out of his hands for Australia's second innings, and another Test with zero wickets to his name just isn't good enough.

Wahab Riaz - 7

Pakistan paceman Wahab Riaz (L) celebrates dismissing Australia's batsman Usman Khawaja (R) during the first day of the third cricket Test match at the SCG in Sydney on January 3, 2017. WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images

Pakistan's best with the ball. Took the key wickets of David Warner in both innings and Peter Handscomb in the first, as the paceman worked tirelessly all Test long.

Yasir Shah - 3

It was meant to be a spinners wicket, but Shah finished with very expensive match figures of 2/291.

Imran Khan - 5

In his only Test of the series, Khan took the big wicket of Matt Renshaw in the first innings, but struggled to make his mark elsewhere.