"Huge congratulations need to go to Mickey Arthur, Sarfraz Ahmed, the support staff and players for showing great character and turning the team's fortunes around".
Zaman couldn't resist the length ball outside off stump, so he poked at it and only nicked it.
The South Asians arrived in Britain for the eight-team, one-day global tournament as the lowest-ranked side, packed with players still trying to find their feet at the highest level and given little hope of emerging victorious.
"The Champions Trophy 2017 has been a memorable event and Pakistani fans will remember it for a very long time indeed".
The replay showed medium-pacer Jasprit Bumrah overstepped.
Fakhar got another life, and the Pakistan opener embraced it. Zaman's 114 off of 106 balls earned him the Man of the Match award in the final.
Amir and Hasan Ali's three wickets each guided Pakistan to bowl out India for just 158 runs in 30.3 overs. Fakhar even got in some spin bowling, stepping in when an injured Imad Wasim couldn't finish the 20th over.
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Zaman's figures of 3.3-0-25-0 were ruined only by Hardik Pandya hitting two consecutive sixes.
"It sort of feels surreal really, to be honest", said Arthur.
"Reaching the final you obviously have to have a good tournament which the boys have pulled off".
"Victory in the final has its own significance, it has added to the confidence of the little-known players who performed superbly and has given a new identity to the team after losing to India", they said.
Special arrangements were made to broadcast the final live in community halls, cinemas and parks. I am happy with the brand of cricket we have been playing and want to continue the momentum.
The Pakistan Observer called the team not just champions, but "legendary champions".
Their defence of the title they won in England in 2013 foundered against the team who began the campaign ranked below all other competing nations at eighth, and lived up to that billing in an opening group match in which they lost to their greatest rivals by 124 runs.
Hafeez, who smashed an unbeaten 57 off 37 balls to help take Pakistan past thee 300-mark, said the win was for everyone in his homeland.
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