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Summary

  1. India bowled out for 158 chasing 339 to win
  2. Amir (3-16) starred by reducing India to 33-3
  3. Kohli was caught at point one ball after being dropped at slip
  4. Pakistan 338-4 - Fakhar 114, Azhar 59, Hafeez 57*
  5. Fakhar was reprieved on 3 by a no-ball
  6. Extended highlights on BBC Two at 23:15 BST (23:45 in Wales; 00:10 in NI)

Live Reporting

By Amy Lofthouse and Shajan Miah

All times stated are UK

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Thanks and goodbye!

I think that's my cue to leave.

Thanks for all your company throughout this Champions Trophy. We'll be back for the Women's World Cup and the England v South Africa Twenty20 series.

But for now, I'll leave you with the moment Pakistan became the Champions Trophy winners 2017. In a bit!

What a fight back from Pakistan. From a dismal 124-run loss to a crushing 180-run win over India in the space of two weeks.

Pakistan has beaten the number 1 ranked, number 3 ranked and number 4 ranked team in this tournament #CT17

More from India captain Virat Kohli: "Everyone desire's composure, not just me, but but the players too. We give our best every time we go out on the field and I'm really proud how we have done in the this tournament.

"We have often shown composure in pressure situations, but that is no guarantee. One team has to lose and today was our day to lose because the opposition did much better than us.

"Early wickets are never good, especially in a chase. We thought one big partnership would have set it up nicely. Pakistan had to earn their win and they made us make mistakes. We have no hesitation or shame to admit we didn't play our best game today."

Stephan Shemilt

BBC Sport at The Oval

Pakistan wearing white jackets over all green. Check out when Danny Willet won the Masters. The exact opposite.

Champions
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Pakistan are haring off around The Oval outfield on their victory lap. Arms aloft, draped in the Pakistan flag, twirling around with the trophy aloft in the air. There's a huge crowd of fans applauding and cheering them as they continue their stroll around.

Party time in Lahore!

Henna Saeed

BBC reporter in Pakistan

Lahore
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Lahore
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Sarfraz Ahmed races over to the trophy and lifts it high into the air, and he's instantly swamped by his players. They let out an almighty cheer before they head over to the massive sign that says 'Champions'. Which they are. They're all smiles and the support staff come in now for a big family picture.

'Credit goes to my boys'

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed: "After the India match when we lost in the group stage, I told my boys the tournament hadn't finished yet. Credit goes to my boys. Fakhar is a great impact player, he played like a champion batsman today. Amir bowled brilliantly today but all my bowlers bowled really well. We have a young team and credit to my boys."

Stephan Shemilt

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India on the way back to the dressing room before Pakistan get the trophy. Dhawan did stop for a selfie with a man in a Pakistan shirt, though.

India
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I'm not a fan of these jackets. And they're all the same size! Which seems highly unfair. Mohammad Hafeez is absolutely swamped by his!

From the press box

Hasan Ali. What a story. Not even in the team a year ago. Debuted 11 months ago. 13 wickets in the tournament. Named player of the event.

And here come the Pakistan players. They all receive a white jacket, a handshake and a medal, before they go gather on the podium behind the trophy.

'Pakistan were more intense and passionate'

India captain Virat Kohli: "I want to congratulate Pakistan first, they had an amazing tournament. The way they turned things around speaks volumes for the talent they have in their side.

"I'm disappointed but I have a smile on my face because I'm proud of how my team has performed in the tournament overall. They were more intense and passionate today, they deserved to win."

Stephan Shemilt

BBC Sport at The Oval

A moment for the skipper before he gets his hands on the trophy.

Sarfraz
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Here are the India players, coming up to collect their runners-up medals. They've spent quite a bit of time standing around congratulating the Pakistan players. Virat Kohli is the last to come up, and he gets to have a few words with Nasser Hussain too. He says Pakistan have had an "amazing tournament".

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Shikhar Dhawan couldn't be less interested in his golden bat for the most runs scored in the tournament...

Shikhar Dhawan
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Man of the tournament - Hasan Ali

Hasan Ali goes home with the golden ball and the man of the series award. Thoroughly well deserved, he's been magnificent in the array of conditions Pakistan have played in in this tournament. Pace, accuracy and a nice mix of speeds.

Golden bat - Shikhar Dhawan

India's Shikhar Dhawan gets the golden bat award. He finishes the Champions Trophy with 338 runs. That trophy is absolutely massive! Looks like the world's biggest chocolate bar.

Man of the match - Fakhar Zaman

For his 114 from 106 balls, which contained 12 boundaries and three sixes, Fakhar Zaman is the man of the match. He made the most of the life he was offered by India, and helped set down that impressive total.

Not only is this Pakistan's first Champions Trophy win, it's their first global 50-over title since the 1992 World Cup. Cracking stuff.

Pakistan have proved so many people wrong (including me)! They've been brilliant in this tournament! Great to see! #CTFinal #INDvPAK 🏏

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Alex Kemp: Well deserved win for Pakistan. Played well throughout the tournament. Commiserations to India.

Waqas Tufail: Every Pakistani on the planet is dancing to this right now.

A word for Hasan Ali, who ends the tournament as the leading wicket taker with 13 scalps.

The closest player to him was Australia's Josh Hazlewood, who took 9 - and 6 of those came in his side's opening game against New Zealand.

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The eighth-ranked side has proved everyone wrong against their biggest rival.

Here it is. The winning moment!

'We kept believing'

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur: "It's been an up and down ride for us but I'm so proud of the boys. The whole group kept believing, we knew we were better than what we showed in the first game against India. That was an aberration. We want to be more consistent as a team. We will work really hard to keep this momentum going."

This is an equally brilliant moment for Mickey Arthur. The last Champions Trophy cost him his job as Australia coach. Now, he's guided Pakistan to victory.

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Waqas Tufail‏: Many congratulations to Pakistan. A young team who collectively played as champions.

Ilyas Najib: Wow! I honestly cannot put this win into words, years of pain are being expressed with tears of joy.

David Pearson: Just seen some India fans at Clapham Junction. Presumed game was over and was going to ask who won. Glad I didn't.

How's stat?!

Pakistan’s win by 180 runs is their biggest ever v India in ODIs in terms of runs, surpassing their 159 run win in Delhi in 2005. #CT17

This is Pakistan's biggest ODI win over India in terms of runs. They came into this tournament as the lowest ranked team. They haven't played cricket at home for eight years. And here they are. Champions.

'I did it!'

Pakistan batsman Mohammad Hafeez, who made 57 not out: "It's a great team effort. After losing the first game, we had no chance to lose again. We showed great character. I'm so happy for the nation of Pakistan who have been waiting for this for a long time."

Mohammad Amir, who took 3-16: "Rohit, Dhawan and Kohli have been in tremendous form so I was looking for early wickets - and I did it."

Here are the moments with the bat and ball that saw Pakistan seal this most unlikely of victories.

First Fakhar Zaman made the most of his extra life by flaying a century...

And then Mohammad Amir swung the ball with pinpoint accuracy to dismiss India's top order.

Virat Kohli leads his men out on the field and there's plenty of handshakes and hugs for the Pakistan men. They're running around like kids in a sweet shop, and the Pakistan fans in the crowd are jumping up and down like they're at a Guns 'n' Roses concert.

Two weeks ago, Pakistan lost by 124 runs to India. They looked lacklustre, sloppy in the field, lost with the bat. And the way they have fought back, the way they pulled together, recovered and then pulled off this remarkable victory, against their biggest rivals, is truly fantastic.

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PAKISTAN WIN BY 180 RUNS

Bumrah c Sarfraz b Hasan 1 (Ind 158 all out)

That's it! They've done it! Pakistan have won the Champions Trophy 2017 and they've done it in stunning style!

Bumrah chips Hasan Ali up into the air, Sarfraz snaffles it up and the fielders go tearing towards each other to hug. A genuinely brilliant performance, and Pakistan are well deserved winners!

Here's that awful run out that did for Hardik Pandya...

Before Jadeja got himself out.

Ind 158-9

So close as Bhuvneshwar lobs the ball up into the air, three fielders come charging in - and the ball drops in the middle of all of them! That's a nice, tidy over from Junaid, while the party is well and truly kicking off in the stands.

Hasan Ali is wafting his hands to the crowd, asking them to keep on shouting. Just one more wicket for Pakistan to complete an amazing, entertaining, remarkable, unlikely victory. So many adjectives. Take your pick.