Australia are through to the semi-finals of the World Twenty20 despite a 32-run defeat by Pakistan.
Australia needed 150 for victory after Nasir Jamshed's 55 helped Pakistan to 149-6 in their Super Eight match in Colombo.
However, the reply was a poor one.
The tournament's top scorer Shane Watson was out for just 8, as was his opening partner David Warner.
Mike Hussey steadied the ship with a resolute 54 not out, but off-spinner Saeed Ajmal took the game away from the Australians with 3 wickets for just 17 runs.
Hussey's unbeaten 54 proved crucial as his side reached the 112-run mark needed to progress to the last four on net run-rate.
They will now be joined by Pakistan after India failed to beat South Africa by the 31 runs required to see them into the last four.
Despite the Indians clinching a dramatic victory over the Proteas by just one run in the final over, they were already on their way home after a below par batting performance saw them restricted to 152-6 from their 20 overs.
The semi-final line up sees the hosts Sri Lanka play Pakistan on Thursday and Australia take on the West Indies the following day.