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Summary

  1. Pakistan win with 12.5 overs to spare
  2. Azhar 76, Fakhar 57
  3. England collapsed from 128-2 to 211 all out
  4. Root 46, Bairstow 43, Stokes 34
  5. Hasan 3-35, Junaid 2-42
  6. Highlights on BBC Two at 23:15 (23:45 in Wales & NI)
  7. Final at The Oval on Sunday

Live Reporting

By Kal Sajad and Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye ...

So that is all from us for today, as England are knocked out of the Champions Trophy after a heavy loss to Pakistan.

You can watch highlights of the match on BBC Two at 23:15.

Join us tomorrow as Bangladesh face India in Edgbaston at 10:30 BST, the winner playing Pakistan in Sunday's final.

Enjoy your evening, goodbye.

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John: Don't over analyse, we just didn't play well today. It happens in sport. England playing the right brand of cricket.

More from England captain Eoin Morgan: "We were the only unbeaten side in the tournament in what was a very tough group and we did it our way. We played really positive smart cricket, so there are some big positives to take.

"The fact we've produced brilliant performances in this tournament and then play like that on this wicket is extremely disappointing."

On Jonny Bairstow's future: "We'll have to wait and see as we don't play another ODI until the middle of September. Jonny is in the T20 squad and is going to play, we're fortunate we have guys like him that can step in."

Hasan Ali enjoyed another great day with the ball, picking up three wickets for the third consecutive game.

He has also just been taking selfies with his man of the match trophy. Hope he has turned data roaming off.

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed: "Credit goes to the bowlers and the batters who finished it very well. We adapted to conditions, we knew if we restrict them we could easily chase it down.

"Every game is a knockout game and I told my boys to play their game and not worry about the result.

"Both India and Bangladesh are playing good so either of them can be in the final."

Jonathan Agnew

BBC cricket correspondent on TMS

I feel sorry for Stokes, he must have been frustrated, knowing he could make a difference, but he knew he couldn't get out, so couldn't take risks.

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Pakistan deserve all the credit for such a comprehensive win against the tournament favourites and the hosts.

Waqas, Mitcham

The perfect game

Chris Woakes

England all-rounder on Test Match Special

Pakistan opted to bowl first, which we all thought was the wrong decision, as we thought the pitch would deteriorate and become harder to score on. England got stuck in the middle period after starting well, and then were even well set at 100 for 2 but we lost our way in the middle period. When the ball got older it looked harder to bat and we struggled to gain momentum. Pakistan have played the perfect game, they're peaking at the perfect time.

England captain Eoin Morgan: "One thing we didn't do was adapt to conditions, which I thought Pakistan did extremely well.

"Full credit to them, they outplayed us on this wicket.

"We did prepare for a used wicket but 211 wasn't a good score. 250/270 would have been. This pitch is a test, the Champions Trophy is a test, you can't have home conditions for any side."

Chris Woakes

England all-rounder on Test Match Special

We've seen England play some brilliant cricket throughout this tournament, they won all three matches in the group stage and came into this game with confidence. The dressing room will be bitterly disappointed.

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What a humiliating performance! Buttler has got to go. He looks devoid of any confidence.

Tom, Crewe

Jonathan Agnew

BBC cricket correspondent on TMS

A more one-sided one-day match you won't see. Pakistan had all the time in the world to spare. It's been an absolute thrashing. England were in the game at 128-2, but from then on it was Pakistan all the way with the ball and then they came out with a bang with the bat.

Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez celebrates
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Man of the match Hasan Ali: "It was a big match and we were focused on our bowling. The way I bowled against South Africa is the same way I bowled today.

"I stuck to my plans and Azhar Mahmood (the bowling coach) helped me a lot. Tomorrow is my brother's birthday and I dedicate my man of the match award to him."

Pakistan beat England by eight wickets

Eng 211 all out (49.5 overs), Pak 215-2 (37.1 overs)

It's done in style, Stokes is pulled for four. England look dejected, Pakistan team with high fives and cuddles in the dressing room.

England are out of the Champions Trophy, Pakistan progress to the final where they will meet India or Bangladesh.

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My friend put a £1000 bet on England to win. Before the game he text me to say it's the easiest money he was ever going to make.

Irfan in Bradford

Pak 211-2

Morgan chucks the leather to Moeen, who looks reluctant in taking it.

You can see why, he bowls two wide, short deliveries and they're both given the same treatment - clobbered to the boundary.

Scores are level, England fans making their way out of the ground.

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Sahil Oberoi‏: This feels like the 1992 World Cup - Pakistan hammered in their first game and against all odds have made it to the final.

Don't know how much difference it would have made to the game, but here's that missed stumping chance ...

Pak 201-2

Ben Stokes, uncharacteristically, took 64 balls for his 34 runs today.

You don't see this too often, Morgan has too many fielders outside the circle and it is signalled a no-ball by the square-leg umpre.

The result? A free-hit. The outcome? Hafeez hoicks it long-on for a six.

Babar follows that with an exquisite cover-drive for four. An elegant shot - stand, strike, deliver, admire.

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Vanhunks‏: Please don't say you had an off day. It demeans the sheer brilliance of Pakistan today.

Pak 187-2

Pakistan need another 25 runs with 8 wickets and 15 overs remaining

Jake Ball with a slightly wide one and it's cut through point by Hafeez. Would have been four had it not been for a smart spot of fielding by Bairstow in the deep.

The Barmy Army and every England fan has been waiting for that Pakistan collapse. There were so many questions about their batting line-up prior to this game but they have found the gaps and boundaries alike. The England bowlers too short first up and their backs have been against the walls since.

Last throw of the dice?

Come on Pakistan, engage peak Pakistan cricket and collapse from here. We all know that funny cricket is better than good cricket #CT17

Missed stumping

Pak 183-2

Adil Rashid is done for the day and, most likely, is done for the rest of the tournament. He has one wicket to his name but he should have two. He darts a quicker one in, Babar, coming down the wicket, gets in a tangle and Buttler is poor behind the stumps. The wicketkeeper can't hold on for what would have been an easy stumping chance.

How does Babar react to that? By staying in his crease and cracking the ball over the long-off boundary for six.

How's Stat?!

Andy Zaltzman

BBC Test Match Special statistician

Since the last World Cup, of matches played between the eight teams at this tournament, Pakistan's bowlers have the second worst record, only Sri Lanka were worse.

Pak 176-2

That brings the experienced Mohammad Hafeez to the crease and he is off the mark with a gentle punch through the covers.

It was an important knock from opener Azhar Ali, who looks to have played a massive role in getting his team to the final, barring something short of a miracle.

Dan Norcross

BBC Test Match Special

Very unlucky that in the end, it could have gone anywhere. You never know, but I think we all know it'll make no odds.

WICKET

Azhar Ali b Ball 76 (Pak 173-2)

The opener's fine innings comes to an end. A slower ball bumper outfoxes Azhar, who advances down the wicket, tries to slap it away and instead bottom edges it into the stumps.

A muted celebration from England.

Pak 173-1

Azhar 76, Barbar 30

Adil Rashid gives it some flight and Babar again targets that long boundary in the deep covers for three.

Azhar misses out on a short and wide and Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur shares a little smile from the balcony.

Vic Marks

Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

There's a different type of pressure to tournament cricket compared to five-match series. It's legitimate to ask the question if England, who have improved massively as a one-day team, have faltered under the pressure of tournament cricket.

Pak 169-1

Pakistan require another 43 to win

Morgan turns to Jake Ball who goes for three.

The chanting, singing and vuvuzeling is back in full force from the Pakistan fans. Their team has made this look like a completely different track to when the hosts were batting.

The required runs per over now down to just 2.26.

From the press box

England's run without winning a global ODI event about to extend to 19 tournaments. Seven countries have won at least one

Pak 166-1

Babar Azam chips one up and over the covers but it can't quite reach the boundary, cleaned up in the man in the deep. They run three.

A good over other than that for Rashid.

We have 20 overs remaining, Pakistan need 46.

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The most inconsistent thing Pakistan could have done was to play consistently well today.

Soban, a Pakistan fan

Pak 163-1

The sweetest of straight drives from Babar. Pitched up from Plunkett and timed to perfection, whistling past the stumps at the opposite end and racing to the boundary.

Eoin Morgan has tried his best to keep morale up in this innings, clapping and encouraging his bowlers throughout. But for the first time I've seen him looking frustrated, he has the face of a teenager who didn't get the latest games console for Christmas.

Vic Marks

Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

Pakistan have gone about their business brilliantly today. Their bowlers were flawless. They got a little bit of movement and bowled on a length.

Eng 157-1

Too short from Rashid and Babar rocks back and strikes it though mid-wicket for four. A few more like that from the leggie and it won't take Pakistan too much longer to chase down this target.

Babar has done well since he has come in, scoring at a run-a-ball and showing maturity beyond his 22 years of age.

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Pak 152-1

Nothing really going England's way, Babar top-edging a pull which lands safe.

A decent over from Plunkett, conceding just three.

There's an air of inevitability about this game and you can see that from the body language of the England fielders.

The Pakistan fans have quietened down a tad. I imagine that will pick up as their side get nearer to the total.

Vic Marks

Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

England might have been spooked by the pitch, but Pakistan are racing along.

Pak 149-1

Azhar 65, Babar 18

Cheers, Amy.

Pakistan picking up the ones and twos with a repertoire of scoring shots - worked off the hips, paddle-sweep, cover drive, square cut.

Seven from the over, 63 more needed.