Pakistan, ruthlessly abused Bangladesh by 76 runs in the second day international in Dhaka to take a decisive 2-0 in the first three-match series.
Umar Akmal scored 59 and hit 42 off 27 balls as Pakistan has piled up 262-7 after they won and elected to bat the launch in the day-night match at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium.
The total proved beyond the reach of Bangladesh after they were reduced to 19-4 in 10 above and managed only 186-7 despite a maiden international Nasir Hossain a century.
Nasir broke Shakib Al Hasan 100 and made 34, the pair sharing a fifth-position counter 106 runs, but Bangladesh were never in the hunt against the tight bowling Pakistan.
The 20-year-old Nasir, playing only his ninth day as he plundered 11 boundaries and a six before he was dismissed in the final over.
The Seamer finished with four for 36 while off-spinner Mohammad Hafeez has allowed just 15 runs in his 10 over with two doors.
27 victory over the Tigers in 28 one-dayers in Pakistan has left the academic interest only in the third and final match to be played in the port city of Chittagong.
The one-dayers will be followed by two international matches.
Pakistan had won the Twenty20 international by 50 runs and the first day more than five branches at the same venue.
Hafeez, who opened the attack in Pakistan, has lifted the covers and Shahriar Nafees Imrul in later on after Tamim Iqbal Gul had dismissed the aggressive in his second over.
Gul also had the Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim took the ravine, before Nasir and before Shakib has delayed the inevitable with their society of a century.
The innings of Pakistan have turned around to a position of fourth-door 83 between Akmal and Misbah-around l'ul-Haq (37), before Afridi has smashed two sixes and three boundaries late to increase the total.
The Hafeez (32) and the Can of Younis (37) has put on 57 for the second door opener after that had fallen over in the third.
Akmal has raised the rate reaching its half-century off 49 balls 11 daily, directing the Seamer Rubel Hossain to third-man fence.
The 21-year-old fell on the nearby, 39 innings, when he holed out in the deep off Shakib to make Pakistan 176-4.
It soon became 193-5 Elias and rookie Daily Light has collected his first stop when he had Misbah has taken deep in 42 above.