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Live Reporting

By Callum Matthews

All times stated are UK

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    We're going to leave it there for today.

    You can read Tom Rostance's report of Pakistan's win here.

    You'll find Tom Fordyce's in-depth feature with Chris Gayle here.

    We'll see you tomorrow from 09:45 BST for West Indies v India at Old Trafford.

    Until then.

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    Well, well, well. That final qualification place is now firmly up for grabs.

    And who was saying we'd have a load of dead rubbers at the end of this group. It's bubbling up nicely now this World Cup.

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    Haris Sohail was run out in spectacular fashion by Martin Guptill with Pakistan needing two to win.

    Sarfaraz Ahmed crunched a four off the first ball of the final over to wrap up a six-wicket victory.

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    Haris Sohail (68) and Babar Azam (101*) shared a magnificent 126 for the fourth-wicket to take Pakistan to the verge of victory.

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    Mohammad Hafeez and Babar Azam shared 66 for the third wicket before Hafeez hit Kane Williamson to deep mid-wicket to fall for 32.

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    Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq both fell cheaply to reduce Pakistan to 44-2.

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    Colin de Grandhomme was run out for 63 before Jimmy Neesham hit the final ball of the innings for six as New Zealand posted a respectable and what many thought was a match-winning 237-6.

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    Kane Williamson edged a beauty behind from Shadab Khan to leave New Zealand 83-5 before Jimmy Neesham and Colin de Grandhomme shared 132 for the sixth wicket.

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    Pakistan started well as they reduced New Zealand to 46-4 with Shaheen Afridi taking three wickets.

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    Right, let's have a recap of all the best action.

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    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    Pakistan will believe they can do something special now.

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    Charles Dagnall

    BBC Test Match Special at Edgbaston

    This is a really wonderful couple of weeks coming up. It's wide open.

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    Jeremy Coney

    Ex-New Zealand captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Santner, at the moment, isn't quite doing the job in terms of wickets in the middle. He's relying on Ferguson to do his bit. The fifth bowler - there's a slight question mark about the Neesham/De Grandhomme axis. There are a few little cracks in the New Zealand armoury.

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    Aatif Nawaz

    Comedian on TMS

    You'd rather be in Pakistan's seat right now. You'd expect Pakistan, performing to their potential, to beat Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Whereas England losing to India, that wouldn't be a shocker to anyone - and likewise to New Zealand. Pakistan will feel really good about this.

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    Jeremy Coney

    Ex-New Zealand captain on BBC Test Match Special

    New Zealand need to improve their batting. They've tried to set twice and they're losing early wicket too often. They're being saved by partnerships a little bit, and usually one partnership. I feel that there are still question marks about the batting and when they'll be under pressure against England and Australia, their bowlers will put them under more pressure than New Zealand have had so far.

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    Where do New Zealand go from here?

    They've probably got enough points to go through but their final two games are against Australia and England so they might lose all momentum going into the semi-finals.

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    Aatif Nawaz

    Comedian on TMS

    There were nine teams in 1992, though!

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    Charles Dagnall

    BBC Test Match Special at Edgbaston

    The parallels with 1992 continue!

  19. 'One of the best innings I have ever seen'

    Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed: "The crowd always support us and get behind the team. Thank you very much to all the supporters. Fielding is very important, we had not fielded well as a unit in previous matches but worked hard and the way we took catches was great.

    "Whenever we are in a corner we play our best, it was a great team effort. All the bowlers bowled well and there was some of the finest batting I have ever seen. 240 was not an easy target and we just wanted to play the 50 overs. Babar played one of the best innings I have ever seen. They handled the pressure so well.

    "We are not thinking about 1992, we are going match by match."