The total was Zimbabwe's lowest ever against Pakistan, and the lowest ever recorded in 78 ODIs at Queens Sports Club
Pakistan sealed a series win after strolling to a nine-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the third one-day international on Wednesday.
Pakistan seamer Faheem Ashraf took a career best five for 22 as the hosts were skittled for just 67.
The total was the home side's lowest ever against Pakistan, and the lowest ever recorded in 78 ODIs at Queens Sports Club.
In reply opener Fakhar Zaman then hit an undefeated 43 as Pakistan needed just 10 overs to seal victory and take an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-game series.
Once again Zimbabwe won the toss and opted to bat first, but their slide began as early as the second over.
Prince Masvaure, on his debut, was caught out on a lifter from Usman Khan and Zimbabwe were under immediate pressure at 1 for 1.
The hosts were wobbling at 26 for 3 when matters went from bad to worse when Ashraf came on as first change in the 10th over.
He quickly had Peter Moor brilliantly caught in the slips by Babar Azam before trapping Chamu Chibhabha leg before wicket with a skidding full delivery.
Pakistan race to the series victory!— ICC (@ICC) July 18, 2018
After losing Imam-ul-Haq first ball, Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam guide them to their target of 68 inside 10 overs to win the 3rd ODI by 9 wickets!#ZIMvPAK scorecard ➡️ https://t.co/QvbvkDvdhz pic.twitter.com/zwMhczXGDm
He then had Elton Chigumbura caught behind and castled Ryan Murray as Zimbabwe slipped to a perilous 54 for 8.
Pakistan 69 for 1 (Fakhar 43*, Muzarabani 1-43) beat Zimbabwe 67 all out (Chibhabha 16, Faheem 5-22, Junaid Khan 2-7) by nine wickets