Pakistan on Tuesday became the first team in Test history to lose nine wickets in the final session of a Test as New Zealand completed a 2-0 series win in Hamilton.
Pakistan collapsed from 131 for no loss to 230 all out in just 25 overs to suffer a 138-run defeat in the second Test.
Neil Wagner took three wickets in a span of just six balls to seal the win for the Kiwis and their first series victory over Pakistan since 1985.
Pakistan openers Sami Aslam and Azhar Ali made 91 and 58 respectively, but their departure triggered the collapse.
The loss saw Pakistan slip from second to fourth in the International Cricket Council Test rankings, while New Zealand climbed one place to sixth.