The ODI series has been a topsy-turvy affair for both sides, the series kicked off as New Zealand fired the opening shot after winning the first game by 43 runs, on the back of fiery hat-trick by speedster rent Boult and a temperamental batting display from Ross Taylor, who scored some 80 odd runs.
New Zealand could only face 6.5 overs before rain chased them from the field with their score on 35-1, Colin Munro having been bowled for a second-ball duck by Shaheen Afridi, who took 1-18 off his 3.5 overs in New Zealand's curtailed innings. The action now shifts to the Test matches with the first game to be played in Abu Dhabi on November 16.
Rain stopped play in the seventh over and didn't let up as the umpires called play off around 7am (NZT).
Pakistan put up a strong total on the board even though New Zealand's Lockie Ferguson (5/45) registered his first five-wicket haul in limited overs cricket.
Lockie Ferguson's first worldwide five-wicket haul checked Pakistan's progress and the Black Caps reached 1-35 from 6.5 overs in their reply before the heavens opened.
Sohail and Zaman shared a run-a-ball 108 for the third wicket before Ferguson beat Sohail off a slower delivery and Worker picked up a smart low catch at square leg boundary.
Pakistan's other left-handed opener, Imam-ul-Haq, was rushed to a hospital for precautionary tests after he was hit on the grille by Lockie Ferguson's sharp bouncer before Pakistan built its victory around Zaman and Azam's century stand. His innings included six fours and two sixes.
Kane Williamson sat out due to a groin strain with Tom Latham leading the side.
Going by the experience of the conditions, Pakistan holds the advantage in the last game before the Test series starts.