After his side lost the second Test by an innings and 48 runs, which when coupled with the innings defeat of the opening Test capped a miserable tour, Azhar admitted that his side was no match for the their hosts.
"To win Test matches we also have to take 20 wickets and we have to work out how we can do that in Australia".
Yasir also said that even though batting on Australian pitches is as hard as they say, it eventually gets easier once you have weathered the early storm.
"In the end it became a close one because had it been a red ball we probably would've batted again had it been a normal Test match, but it took us time to get those wickets so then the night session was coming again and we saw a few years ago against England that the game can change really quickly under the lights".
Australia's dominance of the visitors in Adelaide was so thorough, Head joined David Warner in the record books - albeit not for any feats of cricketing heroism like Warner's sensational first innings knock of 355.
But sometimes if you score in tough conditions against tough bowling attacks, it gives you the extra boost and the belief that you can make even better strides in Test cricket.
"We have been beaten by a better team". I think what we need to stop doing is trying to compare the pink ball to the red ball.
He made the key breakthrough, dismissing Shaan Masood for 68, when the left-hander didn't get to the pitch of one and picked out Mitchell Starc at mid-off.
But Lyon struck again, with Shafiq getting a thin edge to a flighted ball that carried to Warner at slip and he was gone for 57.
Lyon returned to break another stubborn 47-run partnership between No 6 Iftikhar Ahmed and wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan, with Marnus Labuschagne finally catching a nick at short leg after dropping three earlier chances in the test.
Josh Hazlewood (3-63) bowled Rizwan before the match ended in comical fashion, with Pat Cummins running out Mohammad Abbas (1) after a mix-up between him and last man Muhammad Khan.
"David Warner has just got a triple century".