The spin king's call for up to seven changes to the Aussie side led the bitter reaction to Australia's 373-run walloping in Abu Dhabi.
With his 10th wicket, Abbas bowed down to Almighty.
Australia offered some resistance in the form of Marnus Labuschagne (43) and Travis Head (36) but were defeated after spinner Yasir Shah dismissed the tail, finishing with 3-45.
Asked to identify where improvement must be found ahead of the home Test series against India, Paine homed in once more on Australia's batting.
"There's a lot of collapses throughout our batting group and I think a lot of it can be technical. "(For) some guys (it'll) will be mental and other guys will be tactical, or your plans not being right for certain bowlers. "The way he bowled throughout he was the main factor for us winning the series".
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"It's bitterly disappointing, no doubt".
Captain Tim Paine said he and coach Justin Langer wanted to encourage players to become "better people" as well as improved cricketers after replacing the suspended Steve Smith at the helm following the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.
Abbas, 28, is enjoying a superb series against Australia in Dubai and claimed match figures of 7-85 in the opening Test which ended in a draw.
Mohammad Abbas dedicated his man-of-the-match award to his daughter after setting up Pakistan's big win over Australia in the Abu Dhabi Test.
Serious questions will linger about how Australia managed to end up so far behind the game after an inspired Nathan Lyon spell left Pakistan reeling at 5-57 in the first innings. Tim Paine whips the bails off!
"He (Abbas) challenged our defence and was too good for us". Ahmed will not be playing for Pakistan on the fourth day of the crucial Test against the Kangaroos.