Pakistan A outclassed India A by 128 runs within the remaining of the Rising Asia Cup on Sunday in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Chasing a goal of 353 runs, India A had been dismissed for 224 runs in 40 overs.
Spinner Sufiyan Muqeem brought on every kind of troubles for the Males in Blue by taking three essential wickets together with opener Abhishek Sharma, who scored 61, captain Yash Uninteresting, who was set at 39 off 41, and Harshit Rana, 13, whereas conceding 66 runs in 10 overs.
Mehran Mumtaz, Mohammad Wasim and Arshad Iqbal claimed two wickets every.
For India A, opener Abhishek Sharma was the highest run-scorer with 61 runs in 51 balls.
Earlier, Pakistan A had set India A goal of 353 runs on a very good batting floor.
Center-order batter Tayyab Tahir scored a superb century to assist Pakistan publish an enormous whole on the board after being requested to bat first.
Pakistan had been in a precarious place after dropping 5 wickets for simply 187 runs however Tahir took the assault to the Indian bowlers and scored 108 runs in solely 71 balls with the assistance of 12 fours and 4 sixes. He had a formidable strike-rate of 152.11.
Pakistan had received off to a powerful begin with openers Sahibzada Farhan (65 off 62) and Saim Ayub (59 off 51) scoring fifties and including 121 runs for the primary wicket. Nevertheless, India bounced again with fast wickets within the center overs.
Tahir added 126 runs in 98 balls for the sixth wicket with Mubasir Khan, who scored 35 runs.
Rajvardhan Hangargekar and Riyan Parag took two wickets every for the Males in Blue.
India A received the toss and select to bowl first in opposition to Pakistan A within the highly-anticipated remaining.
India had been unchanged from the semis whereas Pakistan made one change, with Mehran Mumtaz changing Amad Butt.
It have to be famous that India A defeated Bangladesh A by 51 runs within the second semi-final of the Rising Asia Cup on Friday.
Chasing a goal of 212 runs, Bangladesh had been bowled out for 160 runs in 34.2 overs.
Alternatively, Pakistan A beat Sri Lanka A by 60 runs to qualify for the ultimate of the Asian occasion.
Pakistani skipper Babar Azam visited Pakistan Shaheens forward of the Rising Asia Cup remaining on Saturday.