LAHORE Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik believes that his team must learn from its disastrous tour of Australia, particularly the batsmen. Pakistans two-run defeat to Australia in Friday nights Twenty20 match at the MCG was another opportunity missed by the tourists, who left for home on Saturday morning. The result ensured a summer whitewash by Australia, who won the three Tests and five one-dayers before they fought back well to pip the reigning world Twenty20 champions. Malik, who captained the side in Shahid Afridis absence, bemoaned his sides inability to back up their good bowling performance, as they bowled Michael Clarkes side out for 127. But Kamran Akmal, with 64 from 33 balls, and his brother Umar (21) were the only batsmen to fire, and even the latter holed out at the start of the final over when his side still had a chance to win. Pakistan finished on 9-125. You always learn from your mistakes and whenever we tour Australia we always learn from here, Malik said. We have to do some hard work on our batting. Pakistan can justifiably look forward to getting home after three months on the road - they played against New Zealand before landing in Australia - but their homecoming is unlikely to be the most welcoming. The Pakistan Cricket Board has already organised a committee to investigate the tours failings, and it will also probe Afridis two-game suspension for ball tampering, in the last one-dayer in Perth. Pakistans next international commitments are two Twenty20 games against England this month, before the world Twenty20 championships in the Caribbean, which starts in April.