The visitors, who had made a stumbling start to the series with an 80-run defeat, level the series on Friday with a convincing seven-wicket victory over the hosts.
"We have won this match. We are feeling confident with the victory. Players who did not do that well will look to improve and win the final match," Khaleel said in a post-match press conference.
"Playing overseas is always a matter of excitement for pacers as you get bounce and swing in such situations. It was a good experience playing in Australia. I learnt a lot in New Zealand, as well," he said.
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