In front of a partisan crowd that filled the Brabourne Stadium to the brim, Mumbai Indians chased down the target of 131 with three balls to spare to lift the trophy.
The Indian bowlers could not replicate their bowling performance from before the halfway stage, as the Pakistani batters took charge led by captain Bismah and Ayesha Naseem.
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All-rounder Jonassen first played an unbeaten innings of 42 runs off 20 balls to help DC post 211/4 in their 20 overs. And then the Australian picked up figures of 3/43 as the Warriorz were restricted to 169/5.
The 'Women in Blue' had suffered a similar collapse in the Tri-Series final last week against South Africa.
The first T20I match at Chester-Le-Street on Saturday saw the Indian batters coming a cropper against the English bowlers
Meg Lanning took on the attacker's role after the departure of Healy and Mooney. Gardner, too, struck in the middle with a handy 31 to help push Australia's score to 172-4.
India could manage only 132/7 in their 20 overs, then surrendered meekly to England with the hosts reaching the target in 13 overs.
Jemimah Rodrigues top-scored with a brisk 36 runs off 27 balls to help India post 138/6 in a low-scoring match. Sri Lanka could manage only 104/5.