Abbas first had Head caught by wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan, who was standing in behind the stumps for Sarfraz Ahmed with the Pakistan skipper sent to hospital after suffering from headaches having been struck by a Peter Siddle bouncer while batting on day three.
Abbas, on a slow turning pitch, again jolted the top order with four quick wickets in the first hour on day four.
The moment was not missed by the Twitterati with the majority calling Azhar Ali's run out the "most weird run out" in cricketing history.
Nothing short of a miracle will be enough for Australia to avoid a crushing defeat in the second Test after Pakistan's batsmen showed no mercy in the series-decider.
The victory, after Australia were set a 538-run target, allowed Pakistan to wrap up the two-match series 1-0 after Australia fought back to draw the first Test in Dubai last week.
Australia were without key batsmen Steve Smith and David Warner - both banned a year for their role in the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa in March.
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"I don't think it is, if it was Australia on the other end, then that's the game of cricket", Lee said. In the last 10 years, the Aussies have played 26 matches and won just three!
Asked to identify where improvement must be found ahead of the home Test series against India, Paine homed in once more on Australia's batting. Our bowlers toiled pretty well on that wicket.
Now boasting one of the best records in Test cricket of all time, let alone for 2018, the right-arm paceman has been tipped for glory by South African great Dale Steyn.
"It's hard to swallow. We had some momentum from the first Test, started really well here but it went a bit pear-shaped to be honest all over the field", he said.
"First of all it was disappointing. we laughed about it afterwards". The first Twenty20 worldwide is in Abu Dhabi on October 24followed by the next two in Dubai later this month on the 26th and 28th.