ABU DHABI (AFP) - New Zealand beat Pakistan by seven runs to win the third and final one-day international here on Monday, taking the three-match series 2-1. Pakistan won the first match by 138 runs, while New Zealand took the second by 64 runs. It was, by all accounts, a bizarre game. First New Zealand collapsed and then Pakistan out-collapsed them but New Zealand had sealed the series. Aamer scripted a remarkable comeback along with Ajmal. New Zealand held their nerve to clinch a 2-1 victory in Abu Dhabi. When Aamer came to bat Pakistan needed 126 runs from 26.5 overs with only the last pair on the crease and people had starting leaving the stadium. But both Aamer and Saeed played really well and brought the team very close to win. It went down to the last over, bowled by Jacob Oram, with Pakistan needing eight runs to win, but Ajmal top-edged a pull off the first ball straight to fine-leg where Kyle Mills held the catch. Muhammad Aamer scored his maiden fifty and also made a 10th wicket highest scorer record of 73 runs not out. At the same, Aamer and Saeeds partnership of 103 was the second highest for the 10th wicket.